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Does Mb Allow Gambling?

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#1 kaice

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Posted 16 July 2010 - 06:05 PM

Hello friends I want to know whether I can use moneybookers in betting sites. Most registered betting sites accept only moneybookers. So does MB allow betting sport in a country that is restricted by MB to gamble - Syria? Will Mb consider betting sites as gambling ?



#2 christmas_

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Posted 17 July 2010 - 01:01 PM

I believe MB considers betting sites as gambling. Look, as long as money is involved, it is called gambling already. Betting sites, definately you need money, right ? As said above, as long as money is involved, it is called gambling. Maybe you can try it out about your case, you know ? No harm trying.

#3 kaice

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 06:31 AM

I believe MB considers betting sites as gambling.

Look, as long as money is involved, it is called gambling already. Betting sites, definately you need money, right ?
As said above, as long as money is involved, it is called gambling.

Maybe you can try it out about your case, you know ? No harm trying.

What you mean no harm trying? Moneybookers closing account on a simple reason with all your money gone with the wind . So it is very dangerous trying such a thing that is against their policy. But why they have such a policy where the other processors don't? I wonder.

#4 financialbooster

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 12:19 PM

yes they allow, you can use their service only if it is a licensed gambling site. you can read about it in their terms. there is a lot list of prohibited transactions, here is the link to the terms, http://www.moneybook...help.pl?s=terms if your using prees ctrl+f and search for gambling word and you will find the terms of it.

#5 mukeshsuthar

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Posted 03 December 2010 - 06:09 AM

i think mb not allow gambling.

#6 christmas_

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Posted 19 December 2010 - 03:25 AM

i think mb not allow gambling.


Wrong
If you do some research and slowly go to different betting/gambling websites and see, you will see MoneyBookers is accepted as one of the payment methods to bet and gamble on.

Therefore, MB does allow gambling. But I believe there are terms and conditions for using their services to bet/gamble

#7 andry777

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Posted 28 March 2011 - 05:37 AM

@christmas
Oh really? I never knew websites of casino or gambling site which allowed to use MoneyBooker as payment processor. I think MB is connected to local bank, similiar like Paypal so it's hard to believe if it allowed to be used in gambling.

#8 bulastika

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Posted 28 April 2011 - 04:58 AM

@christmas
Oh really? I never knew websites of casino or gambling site which allowed to use MoneyBooker as payment processor. I think MB is connected to local bank, similiar like Paypal so it's hard to believe if it allowed to be used in gambling.

Then do some research instead of speculating all the time. MB main clientele are in betting industry. So if you don't know how to use or have MB account don't dispute other comments if you don't have any idea what MB for.
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Now about gambling.
Here is the rules:
They don't allow

Unlicensed lotteries or gambling services

11.2. It is strictly forbidden to make payments to or to receive payments from persons or entities offering illegal gambling services, including (but not limited to) illegal sports betting, casino games and poker games. We may suspend or terminate your Moneybookers Account at any time or refuse to execute or reverse a transaction if we believe that you directly or indirectly use or have used your Moneybookers Account for or in connection with illegal gambling transactions. Countries where online gambling is illegal include the United States of America, Turkey, China, Malaysia and Israel. This list is not exhaustive and it is your responsibility to ensure that you do not use our services for transactions that may be considered illegal in your jurisdiction.

They use the word illegal. Since must of their clientele are legal casino and sport betting sites and also poker site and to follow the antimoney laundering law.
So legal gambling site yes they allow.
Illegal gambling site they don't.
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Its took me only five minutes to do some research.

#9 vladstoy

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Posted 03 January 2013 - 10:42 AM

I think they allow gambling. One my friend over the internet just exchange money with me on Skrill, just to be able to play games and gamble on the net. Maybe they need just "legal" gambling websites, but which is legal and which is not? Who can judge about that?

#10 Posterking22

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 09:48 PM

Moneybookers is accepting gambling sites, because a lot of mlm programs and sport betting sites are using moneybookers for deposits and withdrawals.

#11 sinip

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 09:57 AM

I think they allow gambling. One my friend over the internet just exchange money with me on Skrill, just to be able to play games and gamble on the net. Maybe they need just "legal" gambling websites, but which is legal and which is not? Who can judge about that?

All gambling/betting sites are regulated by appropriate authority in the country of origin. You can usually find the info at the every legal betting site (Bwin, Betfair, etc...)

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#12 doncht

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Posted 09 August 2014 - 06:17 PM

From what I know, people use Perfect Money recently. 


Not investing by impulse. smile2.png


#13 sinip

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Posted 10 August 2014 - 11:39 PM

Not so much in on-line gambling. Nope.

Skrill (Moneybookers) is still THE king in that field. :)


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