Good morning folks,
Well first things first let me apologize for my absence in giving advice lately. Yet I've sort of been in busy mode at work.
Second of all, for those of you who want a step by step tutorial on how to operate Circle or Coinbase, I'm afraid I'm probably not going to be your guy. As Coinbase and Circle has both limited my account until I can provide proof my personal income (peace of cake, paycheck obviously this wouldn't be my issue providing) and the source of where I get my coins. This is the part that would be harder to fudge, because they obviously at some point originated from a gambling site. So honestly, I can say this. Both sites have wonderful tutorials on how to set up your wallet and how to add money to it. Yet also be careful as both sites can also become traps rather quickly if your try to sell too many coins in a short period of time. My limit came about 20 coins at each site over the course of 2 weeks, before they started asking questions.
Also I have given up on selling coins as a 3rd party seller, mainly because my methods of cashing out my coin for cash are becoming more and more limited as my days continue. My only real route is Pay Pal, but from past experience you can only sell so much through pay pal before they also start asking questions in reguards as to where your funds came from and so on and so forth. I used to be able to use some prepaid cards to do person to person transfers. Yet most prepaids are starting to catch on that there being used as a middle man for selling things. So if you do too many transfers in a x period of time or do transfers over x amount. More than likely your card will be shut down.
Then I used to be able to sell over Moneygram and Western Union, but they too have started asking questions. Wanting forms filled out and so on and so forth.
So I suppose in short this is the end of for me for now. I really don't want to go back to using prepaids to fund my gaming account and then having to figure out a way to cash it back out honestly. I figured Bitcoin would have been my golden solution. Yet honestly it's become more of a headache because of some of the massive wins I have amassed. It all comes down to honestly just our government is way too worried about people's sources of income and stick there noses in more places than they need be.
I will restate though, probably for the average person who doesn't hit it huge on a casino. You will more than likely never have one single issue with Coinbase or Circle. If your average buy in is for $20 to $50 and maybe your cashing out $300 to $500. I would say you'll never have an issue. It's when you maxing out your $2,000 limit per week on withdrawals 2 weeks in a row. Is apparently when they start to ask lots and lots of questions.
Then as for 3rd party, god bless anyone who can actually cheat the system enough to actually make it work for them. Yet because I'm not a registered money transfer service and also because I don't have a business in of itself. Moving money around is apparently harder than one would think.
This announcement in itself is also me stating I'll probably visit less until I can figure out some better way to move my money and possibly coins around. Without having to deal with constant headaches us players here in the US deal with daily to play online.
Thank you for all the comments, encouragement, and suggestions over the years. Yet this is me throwing in the towel for online gaming. Until it becomes less of a headache for the US player to play online. I think I'll stick to Mystic Lake and Jumers for now.