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Full Tilt Poker Check Problems Persist: Bank Wires Working

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jan/25/2011
Full Tilt Poker

The world’s second largest online poker room, Full Tilt, is advising customers not to cash or deposit any recently issued checks. 

One member of the popular TwoPlusTwo.com posting forum noted:

“I cashed out via check December 17th 2010. today is January 24th 2011 and I still haven’t received my check. today full tilt poker support contacted me and told me when I receive the checks do not try to cash them because they will be returned!”

Customers who substituted the eCheck option for bank wires were reporting fairly swift payouts on a whole however.  One forum member claims to have been paid within 24 hours of his request.

Full Tilt Poker is at the center of a US Attorney’s Office investigation out of Baltimore, Maryland whereby a handful of payment processors doing business with the company were recently charged. 

Full Tilt itself has not been formally charged with any wrongdoing. 

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- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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