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UseMyWallet / Quicktender Payouts Begin Arriving

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/24/2011
UseMyWallet / Quicktender Payouts

We were skeptical but, to their credit, UseMyWallet / Quicktender payouts began arriving to players in Europe, Canada and the United States.

The eWallet solution came under fire from the US Government, which froze some of the companies funds hitting bank accounts in the States during a two week period in early May.   As a result, UseMyWallet / Quicktender closed its doors, leaving players wondering if they would ever receive their funds again.

Then came word that the company would begin paying out customers provided they were able to accept funds in the form of euros.  Many of the larger international banks operating in the United States are able to convert euros to US dollars.  Community banks are not always in the same position to do so.

SubjectPoker.com reported that account holders have begun to see these funds.   

Currently, only users with balances that had cleared before the site went offline on May 25th have reported receiving their funds.

Unfortunately, anyone who had funds in transit during the first two weeks in June and a number of big name online gambling sites aren’t so lucky.  UseMyWallet / Quick Tender claims these funds are in the hands of US authorities, and, based on what we at Gambling911.com have been told, they are probably being truthful.

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher 

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