• Rumors eWalletXpress Leaving US Market Over Federal Warrants

    17 November 2010

    Newspaper

    According to some reports, one of the last remaining U.S payment processors, eWalletXpress, has stopped processing U.S. transactions. As of last Friday, those U.S. players that have accessed there eWalletXpress account have been greeted with no banking options for deposits and have seen a message only that refers to “technical difficulties”

    Some are now complaining over several popular gambling forums that there has been no other information forthcoming, no emails being returned and no phone calls being answered. According to one source, this message was sent to merchants recently,

    “We regret to inform you that we are no longer able to continue service at this time due to a federal warrant issued to seize our funds…..”

    As we are reporting this, casinos all over the web are removing eWalletXpress as a viable depositing option.

    We contacted live support on the eWalletXpress site and when we inquired about possible interruptions in U.S accounts we were told that all issues concerning U.S. and Canadian account holders were being worked on and accounts will be up as soon as possible. When we asked about the federal warrant and possible seizure of accounts, the chat was ignored and eventually cut off by the support person.

    We will update again when more information is available.

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