With Neteller gone, US players have been in a scramble to find a way to deposit and withdraw from their online poker accounts. Full Tilt Poker, Poker.com, and Absolute Poker have released similar emails hinting new US payment options for the near future.
Bodog has also stated that they have been thinking ahead and already have alternative payment options for players from the USA.
Thank you for your continued play at Full Tilt Poker.
As you are probably aware, events completely unrelated to online poker have sparked significant changes within the payment processing industry over the past week, forcing many companies to either leave or suspend their operations within the United States.
We apologize for any inconvenience these changes have caused, and want you to know that we remain committed to providing you with great payment processing convenience and the fastest customer service possible. Unfortunately, given the unusually high volume of email generated in recent days, we have been unable to respond to our players as quickly as we would like.
Rest assured, however, that we are working to remedy this situation as quickly as possible and that:
* We’ve contracted with new payment processors who are committed to the U.S. market – These processors all use payment systems unaffected by last week’s developments, and will become available starting this week.
* You may withdraw money by check – If you are withdrawing $300 or more from your player account, you may request your funds by check. Please read our rules for requesting a payment by check.
* Our processing speeds will return to normal – Once our new payment processors come online, you will see a variety of new, convenient deposit options for your use, and withdrawals processed within our normal time frames of 48 hours or less.
We thank you for your patience during this time of transition and want you to know that we remain dedicated to providing you with full access to all of our games and tournaments, and the best online poker experience possible.
Full Tilt Poker