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Skrill deposits no longer allowed on Lock Poker

Skrill deposits no longer allowed on Lock Poker

Lock Poker is no longer able to process deposits via Skrill (formerly Moneybookers), although players of the room can still request withdrawals via Skrill through the Lock cashier. Lock has had much trouble with its withdrawal waiting times, with some players complaining about waiting weeks and even months for their money to arrive and this latest setback to their cashier might raise even further distrust and probably also alarm on online boards.

A Skrill spokesperson was not able to clarify the reason for suspending deposits on Lock Poker, but did say in a statement to poker news website, “Skrill can confirm that it is to end the facilitation of deposits to Lock Poker, effective immediately. As a result, Skrill will no longer accept uploads or deposits to Lock Poker but will continue to process withdrawals, enabling customers to receive any funds due to them. Skrill reserves the right to suspend functionalities of any Merchant Account in accordance with the agreed Terms and Conditions.”

Lock has recently made a move from the Revolution Network and into its own propietary poker platform. The cashier for the new platform was suposedly rolled out prior to the move and was to offer the same deposit and withdrawal methods as during their stay at the Revolution Network, and would also include a few new options.

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