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  11-May-13, 21:56   #1
Moneybookers Update 0 

Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 54 (M)
Posts: 3361
I heard there were some changes with the U.S. regulations and Moneybookers and decided before I make an attempt to cashout my Mobpoints I'd call their support (moneybookers).

I really didn't expect any changes when it comes to the utilization of moneybookers services in relationship to the stipulations the U.S. forces them to abide to when it comes to cashouts from a gaming site and, as expected, they still can't allow this type of cashout.

The U.S. government can blow me and they should do a good job since I pay them well with the amount I pay in every two weeks from my job. These pieces of poop take over $450 from my paycheck every two weeks and then want to control what I do with the rest of my check. That beside everything I buy after paying the taxes out of my check, they tax everything else; gas, smokes, food, cloths, property. This country is getting dicked or I should say the working people in this country are getting it hard right in the face.

I'm sure our forefathers didn't have this intent when they wrote the constitution or implemented taxes. How is this fair? What the fk.? I could help people who really need it with this money they steal from us, then dictate what rights we have. Done venting! Sorry All! I'll be moving when I retire, if able to retire! These Fks running this country into the ground.

  11-May-13, 22:25   #2

Joined: Sep '11
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 35 (M)
Posts: 3007

Change country!!!

  12-May-13, 04:37   #3

Joined: Feb '12
Location: Canada
Age: 58 (M)
Posts: 5915
I'm thinking Moneybookers is required to report these types of cashouts for tax purposes....yes/no...?

It's probably the same here in the Great White North... Haven't found out yet,...I just keep recycling all my winnings back into more and more poker until the day I hit it BIG....

Then I'll have to figure out a legit way to get around all that nonsense... Evil

  12-May-13, 16:09   #4
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 41 (F)
Posts: 12450
That thing with the taxes happens everywhere green.
They even tax the taxes if they can lol.
The only thing that changes is the amount of it depending on country.
If the things change in USA moneybookers will be back for sure.
For example at the end of Full Tilt they stopped dealing with then.
After their reopen they are back on business with Full Tilt again.

  12-May-13, 19:46   #5
Joined: Apr '11
Location: Romania
Age: 29 (M)
Posts: 6668
I think the frustration for you must be huge right now, especially now after you had some hopes...

The only thing i could wish you is that in the next future you'll eventually be able to cashout from moneybookers.

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