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Full Tilt Poker Bank Transfers Appear to be Getting Back to Some Degree of Normalcy

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Feb/08/2011
Full Tilt Poker

Gambling911.com has been following complaints related to Full Tilt Poker (the number two online poker room in the world in terms of traffic) and its inability to process many bank wires in recent weeks.

The good news for players is that a number of people are reporting bank transfers now going through.
On the TwoPlusTwo.com posting forums, several players have reported bank wires taking an average of 6 days to process.

The problem for both Full Tilt Poker and the world’s largest room, PokerStars, has been an inability to offer the eCheck deposit and withdrawal method that is among the most popular.

An ongoing investigation being conducted by the US Attorney’s Office out of Baltimore, Maryland, has resulted in the indictment of key payment processing facilitators doing business with both card rooms.  All of those named in the complaint have since agreed to cooperate with US authorities. 

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- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com 

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