i suggest that you email "firstname.lastname@example.org" & ask sebastian for an update on your withdrawl request.
i did this on a weekly basis & kept my emails polite & courteous & eventually i received the funds to my moneybookers account
ok money is on my moneybookers account Thanks for help
Hello everybody. I requested for the withdrawal of 500euro at 25.02.2010 and 250euro at 27.02.2010 from my stryyke account to the moneybookers account and still don't have money yet on account. I wrote many times for they, but I just received answer like as "Your payout is in proceess, it is our prior to speed the procedure to satisfy your request as soon as possible...". What can I make to do to received money? Please help me. Sorry for my English.
Hello, welcome to the forums.
Originally Posted by bako82
Stryyke are a slowpay bookmaker and that has been the case for as long as I can remember. By the end of today, your wait will have been 6 and 5 full business days respectively. In all the time I can remember hearing about Stryyke, I do not recall payments being processed in that time frame. However, I also do not recall reading about a player not receiving a withdrawal. This isn't much help when you're waiting but that's how it's been as far as I'm aware.
For a time, Danuska who was working at Stryyke, was conversing with our players and putting some pressure on the company's payments department to make payments quicker. In several cases, her intervention did mean payments were sped up - they were still not fast by any stretch of the imagination. Sadly, because of her helping players, she lost her job. Therefore, at this time, we see nothing to think players can expect any faster a payout than what a very general average payout seemed to take months ago and that is to say players should expect a wait of a month or more. It is not acceptable to wait that long of course but there is little reality in thinking you'll receive payments in 5 or 6 days that's for sure.
I suggest you read the following post as your best bet as to try to get your payment through faster but as I and many have said before, the LGA (regulator) is not held in high regard to put it politely: http://www.thegamblingtimes.com/boar...tml#post209329
This is a joke. I received message from Stryyke, I quote:
"We still need to confirm your address and need you to send me your most recent copy of a bank statement clearly showing your name, address and the date. You can block out any information on your transactions as we don’t need to see these.
If you don’t have a recent bank statement then you could send me a recent copy of a utility bill such as landline telephone, electricity, gas or water. Looking forward to receiving your documents in order to complete the verification process of your withdraw request.",
when 2 weeks ago I received this message from Stryyke, I quote: "Please be sure the money will be transferred to your Moneybookers account as soon as possible, no more documents are required". These guys do it everything to delay withdrawal my moneys.
Stryyke continues to struggle with player payments
The Malta-based bookmaker has been struggling to keep up with player payments for almost two years now. As soon as players report payments (several last week including one that had originally been requested in October 2009), new complaints are submitted.
Bookmakers Review appreciates that the owners of Stryyke do not give up and run (just like others did), but after almost two years of problems dealing with payments to players, we do not really see how can the company survive without a major cash infusion or an industry bailout.
Meanwhile, just few months after launching, ChanceRoom announced it will close its poker and casino activity as well as its sportsbook.
Last month, MyBet closed its betting exchange to concentrate on its sportsbook offering.
Doesn't sound particularly encouraging, does it?
I have around EUR180 which I requested to withdraw earlier this month- think I'll make a note in my diary to chase next month....
stryyke management rejects payments due to alleged fraud
stryyke has rejected 5 payouts of the 13 slowpays submitted to xxx on the grounds of fraud. stryyke players have not reported receiving an explanation of the infractions committed nor receiving their deposits back.xxx is inquiring with stryyke on whether or not the claims of fraud will be substantiated. Even in cases of obvious fraud, the industry standard is to refund deposits. In total €13,889 is owed to 13 players with the earliest payment request initiated in August of 2009 update this report pending stryyke managements explanation.
This week we had a report of a payout for 600 Euros requested in November. This was done three days after she reported it to the LGA apparantly so that appears to be the best route to go down at the moment.
Have a plan and stick to it
I requested a a withdrawal on 3rd March for around EUR 180, and decided to leave it for a few weeks to see whether it would be processed. It wasn't.
However, I chased them yesterday and received an email back from CS within a few hours, apologising for the delay and stating that the money had been transferred to my MB account (which it was ).
Clearly the slow payout is a problem, but I must say that I was pleasantly surprised to have such a quick response to my email.
I have been using them for a fair few flutters over the past month or so and losing- maybe they realise this and want to keep me onside?
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