Need advice on withdrawing money

    • prg09
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      Hi,
      i have some small br @ party which i want to withdraw now. Originally i deposited money from a mastercard and it only turned out later that withdrawal to such a card is not supported...:( (
      So i found out the following: i open a moneybooker (=mb) account, put there $25, deposit that money to party thru new mbr account. then i can withdraw my BR + my $25.
      Do you think such a scenario is allowed? is there a waiting period between opening / linking an mb account and withdrawing money to mb account?

      Thank you for your help in advance.

      All the best prg09.
  • 12 replies
    • HannesZ
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      Hey prg09,

      This will work. If you deposit via Moneybookers you will need to accumulate 15% of the amount in PartyPoints. So for example you deposit $25 then you will need to get 3.75 PartyPoints.

      After this you can withdraw the whole money to your Moneybookers account.

      Good luck on PartyPoker,
      Hannes
    • kenthmp
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      Joined: 19.04.2009 Posts: 485
      Hi,

      If I will deposit via Entropay do I also need to get 15% of amount in PartyPoints before I can withdraw?
    • HannesZ
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      Yes, this applies to all deposits methods and inter account transfers.

      If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

      Cheers,
      Hannes
    • prg09
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      Hi HannesZ,
      can somebody plz tell me if this is still true:

      This will work. If you deposit via Moneybookers you will need to accumulate 15% of the amount in PartyPoints. So for example you deposit $25 then you will need to get 3.75 PartyPoints. After this you can withdraw the whole money to your Moneybookers account.


      Ty in advance for ur help.
      prg09
    • nativehero2007
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      Try Electronic Bank Transfer through pay pro.... i withdrew thru them easy as pie
    • prg09
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      Hi,
      tyvm for ur answer. however, what i rly wanted to ask is that if it still holds that
      if i deposit $25 then i only need 3.75 PartyPoints to withdraw my $$$.
      prg09
    • prg09
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      ?(
      any1 knows how to delete a post when i double posted?
    • patszerdonk
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      Originally posted by prg09
      Hi HannesZ,
      can somebody plz tell me if this is still true:

      This will work. If you deposit via Moneybookers you will need to accumulate 15% of the amount in PartyPoints. So for example you deposit $25 then you will need to get 3.75 PartyPoints. After this you can withdraw the whole money to your Moneybookers account.


      Ty in advance for ur help.
      prg09

      NO!!!! DON'T BELIEVE HIM!!!!

      He is "Head Admin". A big sharp. He's capable to bluff!!
      Believe me, b/c I'm only usual member. A fish. That's mean I'm playing ABC poker.... I'm never bluff!


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    • IngridN
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      Originally posted by prg09
      ?(
      any1 knows how to delete a post when i double posted?
      We don't delete any posts. We only move them to an area which is not visible for you guys.

      Why are you asking prg09?

      Ingrid
    • prg09
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      Hi Ingrid,


      We don't delete any posts. We only move them to an area which is not visible for you guys.

      Why are you asking prg09?

      Ingrid

      i asked this bc if i bring my cursor over the "edit post" button* a short text appears saying "Edit / Delete Posts". That's why i thought it is possible for me to delete my post...

      Concerning my other question: do u think it is still true what HannesZ wrote in the 2nd post of this thread to my original question?

      Thank you for ur help in advance.

      All the best, prg09.

      * I mean that "edit post" button which can be seen above each post in a thread..
    • MarcPS
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      Joined: 09.11.2010 Posts: 1,077
      Hey prg,

      yip, what hannesz posted is still correct.

      he's a bit of a ninja with this stuff ;)

      Marc :)
    • prg09
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      Thank you very much!