How to get money back from full tilt poker?

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Contact [email protected] from the email address registered to your FTP account, informing them of your old username, old address, and include a scan of your photo ID and a current utility bill. The new improved support team will work with you to guarantee you are repaid.

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Once you have money on the card, wait 1 hour and follow the directions on the package the card came with. Then go to Full Tilt and deposit with the Visa option. VOILA!

It is as follows, as quoted: If you have been unable to withdraw your money from Full Tilt Poker, you may wish to contact the Victim/Witness Coordinator at the U.S. Attorney’s office and ask that you be afforded the rights of a crime victim as outlined on their website.

The latest round of Full Tilt claims. In October, the Garden City Group (GCG) — selected by the DOJ to handle the remission process way back in 2013 — announced the ninth and likely final wave of refunds to affected players. These most recent payments total approximately $2.7 million.

Naturally, it has to be assumed that non-U.S. players will get their money back far more quickly. The Bernard Tapie Group will be very eager to get Full Tilt Poker running again (and begin recouping their multimillion dollar investment), so it will act as quickly as possible to repay non-U.S. customers.

On September 16 th, the Garden City Group (GCG), hired by the U.S. Department of Justice, began the process of remissions for U.S. players with a remaining balance on Full Tilt Poker. You can file a petition on the FullTiltPokerClaims.com web site. The deadline for filing was November 16, 2013 – but the GCG is still accepting petitions (see below).

The only credible scenario where this could still work out is Full Tilt going back online without allowing cashouts for some time & then casing out players' money from the ongoing revenues. This might even be possible, as Full Tilt Poker has an incredible strong brand and many players would potentially still take this risk.

Then put the start date as 01/01/2005. – The reason why I chose this date is because this is the earliest date that Full Tilt Poker will allow you to go back to. Then click Submit. – Then your account history will be pending for a minute or two while Full Tilt Poker gets all your data and puts it in a file for you. Once it’s ready there will be a “download” link there for you to click on.

PokerStars acquired all of the Full Tilt assets and agreed with the DoJ to make all rest of the world players’ outstanding balances, $184 million, available for withdrawal within 90 days. The additional amount of $150 million for the reimbursement of US players was to be handled separately.

Pokerstars will also acquire the Forfeited Full Tilt Assets from the Government. PokerStars’ acquisition of the Forfeited Full Tilt Assets will be complete upon the Government’s receipt of a $225 million payment from PokerStars, which must take place within six days of the entrance of today’s settlement.

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