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partypoker axes fees for inactivity

partypoker has finally eliminated account inactivity fees. partypoker players will no longer be charged fees for inactivity on their accounts. This is really good news especially for a casual player like myself.
Good job, partypoker!

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (18 November 2017 @ 17:29 GMT)


     
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this is certainly good news .... and it raises this poker room all the higher in the ranking of poker rooms ..... I also play at this poker room not very often ..... for example when money comes from BRM)))) ..... so it's great ..... I hope that soon there will be news about new good updates on the party

     
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definately good news was a dumb rule.

     
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I didn't know they charged you for account inactivity but that's a great news!

     
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Yes I too dont know there is such thing like account inactivity fee, I am not big player and later in time not play very often but noe i play most times in party poker so this fee is not my problem still to some players it is good to see that no such fee now is in partypoker. One more plus to this room

     
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That is a very good change. That inactivity fee is a rip off in the first place.
All sites that still have it should follow their example.
Also a bad thing with the inactivity fee is, that many sites dont warn you that you are about
to get charged. They just send and email informing you of the deduction, if you have money in the account.

     
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This Kind of fees are a scandal in my opinion, because they have nothing to pay for inactivate accounts. And this was a good way to eliminate the fees. I don´t Play at Everest Poker at this reason par example. And at first the poker rooms have to informate Players, before they steal Money from the poker account.

     
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Indeed. They are not losing anything by keeping an account in their records,
so that fee is just a way to get your money at the end.
Most of the rooms dont even bother to warn you, and others sending a mail to tell you that
in a specific time period, they will deduct the money from the account.
Then you log in and the money is already gone. No way to get the money back again.
I think that room was mansion poker.

     
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No lo sabia , que cobraban por inactividad, pero es bueno saber que ya se elimino eso,.

     
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Posted by NICOLL775:
No lo sabia , que cobraban por inactividad, pero es bueno saber que ya se elimino eso,.

dear friend if you want to understand you write in English ..... I would also like, for example, I could write in Russian and would not be understood by most of the members of the BRM ..... as far as I remember it is written that the messages should be written on English ...SPASIBO Blink

     
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I didnt even know that they fee for this kind of things and its stupid that they want to charge your account if you are not active for some period!what if something happen to you in life and you cant be at your software!but its good that this option is not active anymore!

     
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Posted by fpuds:
I didn't know they charged you for account inactivity but that's a great news!


bad news not good. Players who were inactive want to play again in this room because party poke will come with very good tournaments in 2018.

     
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Posted by dule-vu:
I didnt even know that they fee for this kind of things and its stupid that they want to charge your account if you are not active for some period!what if something happen to you in life and you cant be at your software!but its good that this option is not active anymore!

I have about the same situation ... when I have some money on my account in PartiPoker I usually play .... almost every day .... and the result or zero or I withdraw the winnings .... so I was surprised to learn about fine for an inactive game ..... well, well that it was canceled because it is not right

     
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I suppose that if you play freerolls and if you log in,that is enough to stay active on party poker!probably this was situation like on skrill,if you dont log in at your skrill account for year,you will get penalty!so this is good solution for everybody!

     
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well yeah this is good news sort of, now also kinda strange to read about this account inactivity fee, what a fcukin relict this is in modern times, not sure many bigger poker rooms have this sort of nonsense rules, but hey party ditched it, and this is where the story ends.

     
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Many sites used to have this in the past, and im not talking only about poker sites.
For a fact currency exchange sites still have this fee.
And no warning at all.
Just an email to tell you that your money got less, because they put your hands on it. Smile

     
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hi all, i had a another question , is there a way to sell partypoker tickets ?
greets braulio

     
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what I want them to change that modality of points ... there are no benefits for short stack players like me ... that change that modality

     
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I am sure that they will not change their method of earning points,this cashback program,because this is only few months old thing and they dont change this in short time!maybe year will pass till they change that,but who ask us!they just want more profit!

     
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This is really good news for everyone, especially those who don’t play for a while and have little amounts in their accounts. I got hit by this once and wrote a letter complaining and got a refund, but now there is no need as it’s all free! Guess they will take the missing fee from somewhere else in the partypokersphere !

     
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