Canbet UK deposit and withdrawal problems, the UK licensed online sports betting operator, has stopped taking in new wagers and deposits due to an ongoing “systems malfunction” as the company describes the situation, which has affected cashier operations throughout the entire company.

Canbet, which was previously owned by International All Sports Ltd. from Australia, has stated the problem is an ongoing one and that software updates and fixes have been deployed but that these have failed to resolve the technical issue.

As a result of this failure and because of the many problems which Canbet customers are facing at the moment, management took the decision to stop trading temporarily and until the company is able to once again, operate without limitations.

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