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Deposits and withdrawals the big difference

By: kellyh5291 @ 06:21 (EST) / 441 / Comment ( 6 )

So I have finally had my chance to withdraw from pokerstars. Unfortunately I realised how hard it is to withdraw. Firstly you can make a minimum deposit of $10 but you can only withdraw a whopping 10x that amount which is $100 which is strange as hell. I though uk law was against this. 

Has anyone else noticed how wrong this is? 

Im hoping to get some more information and maybe report somewhere. In my case I couldn't even withdraw $100 I had to withdraw $120. 

Would anyone be willing t sign a petition regarding this?

i think under responsible gambling laws you should be able to withdraw exactly what you put in.

i would go to pokerstars about this but from past experience and the rules I have no say against them.

pokerstars have the last say over anything if we raise any issues with them. 


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