I would like to know how Paste and Pay / Paste n' Pay is still listed as a deposit option for any player?
This company is null and void, kaput, not in business! Yet it is still offered on many sites and here at LCB, why?
Paste and Pay / Paste n' Pay
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- I hope you're right Chocolateman, this was the only option a lot of us Americans had for many sites.
I've had so many of them tell me "you can use VISA, MC or debit card" Sorry, I'm not going that route. Been there done that, had enough rejections. We need a good, solid option if they aren't going to use Bitcoin.
- Thanks guys!
I just find it absolutely amazing that the online casinos that offer paste n' pay as a deposit option haven't immediately removed the option.
I have closed my account at paste n' pay BUT.....I wanted to see what would happen if I tried to deposit a voucher at 3 Dice; everything went as usual. No warning or disclaimer, absolutely nothing. How are they getting money for the vouchers from a corp that is no longer in business? HUMMMMM????
I then asked one of the casino reps at the site, why they were still offering paste n' pay, because the corp is no longer! She had no idea what I was talking about and just replied, "they are working on getting a different deposit method for U.S. players." This is not new news as this has been the usual reply for quite sometime now!
This whole paste n' pay situation and the online casinos that still offer it for depositing has raised tons of red flags for me! I think I'm going the route Chocolateman suggested and use bitcoin as my depositing choice. At least at this point they are still solvent.
Again, guys thanks for the feedback!
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- at November 12, 2015, 16:20:54
We contacted a few casinos and they confirmed to us that they accept Paste and Pay as a deposit method but currently it is not available.
We also contacted Paste and Pay and this is their answer:
" We are currently experiencing technical issues and our team is working on resolution.
We apologize for the inconvenience caused."
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- at November 13, 2015, 15:14:15
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