SBC News 666Bet customers launch ‘Give Us Our Money Back’ online petition

666Bet customers launch ‘Give Us Our Money Back’ online petition

666betAn online petition on campaigning site Change.org has been launched by angry 666Bet customers, who have been unable to withdraw their personal funds from the operator since its operational license was temporarily suspended by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) on 19 March.

The 666Bet customers are livid at the lack of communications that the operator has offered during its suspension. The UKGC stated that during the suspension process, 666Bet operations should be able to process any player withdrawal, further stating that no restrictions had been applied on withdrawals.

Last week the operator sent a public statement which insisted that its customers would be paid once the company operations had been granted appropriate approval by the UKGC to re-open 666Bet and Metro Play operations. The operator stated that it was doing “all it can to return customer funds” and that it would have further news on its suspension shortly.

The Change.org petition claims that some 666Bet customers are owed between £5000-£60,000. The petitioning customers further state that earlier attempts to withdraw their funds from the operator had been reversed.

666Bet have made no comment on the allegations concerning their player’s withdrawal attempts. Please click the below image to access Change.org 666Bet petition. 

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