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Online Casino Payment Service Aims at Foreign Regions

NETeller was once one of the most popular of e-wallets to offer their services to the online casino gambling public. However, the firm did not have an easy ride since the closure of the United States gambling market last October. The company had to return funds to online casino players, but could not find the legal frame to do so in light of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. After long debates and struggles against the American authorities a settlement was reached and NETeller return the funds to their owners.

Now, the company announced that it expects growth in other regions and that it sees the matter with the United States authorities as closed. Investigations into the online casino payment service provider cleared it from any illegal involvement and the company is looking at rebuilding its name. NETeller will focus on regions outside of North America, namely the Asia-Pacific region, and will offer its platform of online services to customers around the world. The company still has wonderful products to offer the online gambling community as well as for other online markets.

Online gambling as a whole is becoming an international phenomena and NETeller would do wise to join the general trend of offering services to other markets but the American one. Currently, there are legal developments that might end up with the reopening of the United States online casino market, but for now the best thing for an online firm to be doing is to explore other parts of the globe. NETeller is based in the Isle Of Man and will be welcomed in many markets. Isle Of Man is a well respected licensing authority that hosts many of the online casino business’ biggest names. International customers of NETeller can still use their services and enjoy the company support and assistance.

OCA News Editor

Keeping up with the latest trends in entertainment, Matt Holden brings celeb news to the front page of OCA. Matt loves numbers games and researches the highest paying lottery draws to play.

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