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Paypal and Sportsbooks?

1877dade27ed94d574ba4f2e2f19c113?s=110&r=r&d=retro
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Are there still books out there using paypal? I read 5dimes has this as a form of payment.

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Topic starter Posted : 02/04/2015 4:15 am
fa24781f84e2e6819e172551bba7d3f3?s=110&r=r&d=retro
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photographer;803047 wrote: Are there still books out there using paypal? I read 5dimes has this as a form of payment.

IF you are outside of North America paypal can be used to deposit. 5Dimes has an option for Paypal but not sure US players can use it. I looked at Banking options last night and saw it but didn't pay attention as I know US paypal will not allow gambling transactions other than Fantasy Sports.

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Posted : 02/04/2015 6:52 am
1877dade27ed94d574ba4f2e2f19c113?s=110&r=r&d=retro
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You have to believe there are people using VPN to access those sites.

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Topic starter Posted : 02/04/2015 7:07 am
fa24781f84e2e6819e172551bba7d3f3?s=110&r=r&d=retro
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photographer;803054 wrote: You have to believe there are people using VPN to access those sites.

I am sure they are... but the sportsbooks I know verify your ID on a payout request and refuse to send to paypal to North American players. Not saying there aren't some that do send via paypal, but not that let it be known to many people.

Books have always had alternative payout methods to longtime and trustworthy players they don't advertise on their websites.

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Posted : 02/04/2015 7:12 am
1877dade27ed94d574ba4f2e2f19c113?s=110&r=r&d=retro
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There are very few payment processing companies that exist and fewer ever single day.

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Topic starter Posted : 02/04/2015 7:18 am
9481948516ac47138bc1ff3b4e19cf6d?s=110&r=r&d=retro
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There are certain books that use pay pal but need be a client for awhile very risky to use it on their end

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Posted : 02/04/2015 9:01 am
BigDaddy
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i'll never understand why this is discussed on open forum

just makes me scratch my fucking head.

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Posted : 02/04/2015 9:06 am
9481948516ac47138bc1ff3b4e19cf6d?s=110&r=r&d=retro
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BigDaddy;803074 wrote: i'll never understand why this is discussed on open forum

just makes me scratch my fucking head.

No one mentioned certain books.

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Posted : 02/04/2015 9:07 am
fa24781f84e2e6819e172551bba7d3f3?s=110&r=r&d=retro
(@dirty)
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BigDaddy;803074 wrote: i'll never understand why this is discussed on open forum

just makes me scratch my fucking head.

I feel the same way and why I answered like I did. No specifics.

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Posted : 02/04/2015 9:10 am
BigDaddy
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its the words in the title

call it something else

i'm done ranting it never does any good anyways.

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Posted : 02/04/2015 12:05 pm
fa24781f84e2e6819e172551bba7d3f3?s=110&r=r&d=retro
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BigDaddy;803102 wrote: its the words in the title

call it something else

i'm done ranting it never does any good anyways.

Non US sportsbooks can use paypal, so I think the title is fine

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Posted : 02/04/2015 12:38 pm
SharpSquare
(@sharpsquare)
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long as book names specifically are not being used don't see the problem. Esp since non-US players can legally use it.

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Posted : 02/04/2015 7:49 pm
PuckMan
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The majority of countries can't use PayPal - not just the US... Basically, only bettors in the UK, Australia and some European countries (Countries that regulate online gambling) can use PP... In Canada we haven't been able to use Neteller or Skrill since the start of this year either, although there are still lots of options for us...

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Posted : 02/04/2015 8:32 pm
9481948516ac47138bc1ff3b4e19cf6d?s=110&r=r&d=retro
(@contest-guru)
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PuckMan;803155 wrote: The majority of countries can't use PayPal - not just the US... Basically, only bettors in the UK, Australia and some European countries (Countries that regulate online gambling) can use PP... In Canada we haven't been able to use Neteller or Skrill since the start of this year either, although there are still lots of options for us...

good to see you Puck!

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Posted : 02/04/2015 11:47 pm

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