If the balance is less than €5 then the whole amount will be deducted

If the balance is less than €5 then the whole amount will be deducted

5.8.2 Proof of ownership of payment method – depending on the deposit method used, this may include a copy of the credit card used, screen shot of the e-wallet or a recent bank statement;

5.9 In certain circumstances we may also have to ask you to provide information in relation to your source of funds and source of wealth. We may further suspend withdrawals to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations including our anti-money laundering and fraud prevention obligations where we have a suspicion in relation to Your Player Account.

We retain the right to lock Your Player Account and suspend any further deposits, if you fail to provide us with the information and documentation requested

5.10 In the case of GB-players, if on completion of age verification, you are shown to be under the age of 18, your Player Account will be closed.

This includes supplying a source of wealth declaration and any http://www.casinosreview.ca/craps supporting documentation as to the declared source of wealth, including but not limited to, bank statements and payslips

5.11 In the case of non-GB players, if we are unable to confirm that you are of Legal Age then we may suspend Your Player Account. If you are proven to have been under the Legal Age at the time you made any gambling or gaming transactions, then:

5.11.2 Any Winnings and/or Bonus Funds which you have accrued during such time will be confiscated and forfeited by you and you will return to us any such funds which have been withdrawn from Your Player Account;

5.11.4 In the event that a player under the age of 18 creates an account, but then plays again when over 18, we deem any use of our system as an acceptance of the then current terms and conditions and we shall not refund deposits and allow the player to keep any winnings

5.12 Subject to the amount, we are obliged to request ID/POA and proof of payment if the withdrawal account is different to the deposit method used

6.1 In respect of GB customers, if Your Player Account remains inactive (i.e. you have not logged-in to Your Player Account via the Website) for more than 30 months and the balance in Your Player Account is zero, Your Player Account may be closed and deleted.

6.2 In respect of GB customers, if Your Player Account remains inactive (i.e. you have not logged-in to Your Player Account via the Website) for more than 30 months and there are any Deposit Funds in Your Player Account, we reserve the right to close Your Player Account in which case we will attempt to contact you to arrange for any Deposit Funds to be returned to you (subject to these Terms and except where it is necessary for us to delay or withhold the payment to you of all or some of your Deposit Funds to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations including our anti-money laundering and fraud prevention obligations) and any Bonus Funds will be forfeited.

6.3 In respect of non-GB customers, unless otherwise prohibited by local regulations, if a player account remains inactive (i.e. when no login is performed via the Website) for a period of more than 12 months, we are entitled to charge a monthly account maintenance fee of €5, starting on the 13th month of inactivity. Following 12 months of uninterrupted inactivity, we will send a reminder mail to you via the e-mail address saved in Your Player Account details. Upon receipt of this reminder mail, you will have 30 days to log into Your Player Account and also to withdraw funds. If no login is registered within this 30-day period, €5 of Deposit Funds, or in the absence of Deposit Funds, Bonus Funds, will be deducted from the balance. From the 12th month of inactivity onwards a monthly charge of €5 will be incurred and deducted from the real money credit or bonus money credit of the player account accordingly. Provided that if the account is inactive due to a definite period of self-exclusion, inactivity fees shall not be charged during that period and resume 30 days following the expiration of the definite self-exclusion period.

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