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    szk1983
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    Paypal deposit

    Hi guys, I was just wondering if there is anyway I can make a deposit to a good book using paypal. I would rather do that, then to wait three days for the paypal money to hit my bank account in order to deposit. Thanks for the help.

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    Paypal transactions for gaming is against the law and reputable books won't offer that service. However, the last time I check DimelineSportsbook (SBR Rated D+) was accepting transaction via that method.

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    wrong, betfair uses paypal, it is not illegal

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    Quote Originally Posted by wtf View Post
    wrong, betfair uses paypal, it is not illegal
    I kept thinking from a U.S. standpoint sir. You would be correct about BetFair. Also, Ladbrokes accepts Paypal as well.

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    it is illegal and aginst paypal T&C

    They would be aiding offshore i.e. illegal gambling websites.
    http://www.oag.state.ny.us/media_cen...aug21a_02.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcracer View Post
    it is illegal and aginst paypal T&C

    They would be aiding offshore i.e. illegal gambling websites.
    http://www.oag.state.ny.us/media_cen...aug21a_02.html
    A few Euro books won a court case and are allowed to use PayPal for gaming transactions. Albeit, it's a very small geographical area that can though.

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    yea yea , everyone on earth lives in america , i know

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    sorry as an American sometimes I forget that Earth is not just a synonym for USA

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    There's people that live outside the US?

    Must be a nightmare!

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    paypal CEO was one actively trying to get the internet gaming law passed in the u.s, ( the anti internet gaming law), yet they have no problem providing the service in the U.K. If you are against your company being involved in that business , then be consistent

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    Get yourself in a time machine back to 2001

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    Quote Originally Posted by bettilimbroke999 View Post
    There's people that live outside the US?

    Must be a nightmare!
    The worst part, we are not protected from ourselves nearly as much as free Americans are.

    We are going to hell in a handbasket with gambling, loose women and drugs, and no proper government intervention!

    I envy Americans......

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespeculator View Post
    paypal CEO was one actively trying to get the internet gaming law passed in the u.s, ( the anti internet gaming law), yet they have no problem providing the service in the U.K. If you are against your company being involved in that business , then be consistent
    Yea, the USA won't let us offer our services for gambling transfers, let's stop all our business in other countries...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcracer View Post
    it is illegal and aginst paypal T&C

    They would be aiding offshore i.e. illegal gambling websites.
    http://www.oag.state.ny.us/media_cen...aug21a_02.html
    Offshore gambling websites aren't illegal. Using them from the U.S., is.

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    So I take it I should take from this thread that there is no way for me to make a deposit with paypal

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    Quote Originally Posted by szk1983 View Post
    So I take it I should take from this thread that there is no way for me to make a deposit with paypal
    Unless you live in a certain geographical area in Europe. Then I feel that's a very accurate statement sir.

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    bwin also accepts paypal payments (only if you live in europe)

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