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Jumpman Gaming To Make Changes Following CMA Investigation

Thursday, Aug. 30th 2018 7:18 AM

CMA

Jumpman Gaming
Making Changes

For quite some time now we have taken issue with the restrictions around withdrawals that Jumpman Gaming sites have put in place but it would seem that these have all changed thanks to an investigation carried out by the Competitions and Marketing Authority (CMA).

On Wednesday 29th August 2018, the CMA published a press release naming both Jumpman Gaming and Progress Play as two firms that have formally agreed to remove the terms and conditions that stopped players withdrawing their own money in one go. At first glance we could see that there has been a change in the daily, weekly and monthly withdrawal restrictions but this does not appear to have been as a result of the advice by the CMA.

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More Changes Afoot As CMA Announce Enforcement Action!

Tuesday, Mar. 6th 2018 7:09 AM

CMA

Enforcement Action
Coming From CMA

For many years now we have always questioned some of the rules around withdrawals from various bingo sites; you’ll find many examples in multiple articles on our site. For a long time we believed the Cozy Games product to be the worse. The reasons were many (high wagering requirements, minimum withdrawal amount of £50 and of course, the previous low cap on withdrawals).

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) seem to be catching up with the issues that we have been raising for many a year. There is an investigation underway around the restrictions put in the way of players withdrawing their money from online gambling accounts.

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CMA Probe Gambling Companies

Thursday, Nov. 3rd 2016 7:39 AM

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CMA
Investigate

When it comes to being able to withdraw your winnings if you get lucky at an online bingo site (or any other gambling site), we’ve all come to expect that we have to meet certain wagering requirements. However, it would appear that not all sites are making this as easy as it may be should be.

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) have launched an inquiry as to whether customers of gambling sites are being treated as fairly as they should be. The industry as a whole has agreed to cooperate fully with the CMA’s investigation.

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