Lock Poker Stop Accepting Payments Through Skrill
Lock Poker has stopped accepting deposits made through the online e-wallet Skrill however, players are still able to withdraw their funds through a Skrill account.A Skrill spokesman said, “Skrill can confirm that it is to end the facilitation of deposits to Lock Poker, effective immediately. As a result, Skrill will no longer accept uploads or deposits to Lock Poker but will continue to process withdrawals, enabling customers to receive any funds due to them.”
Players have complained that withdrawals from Lock Poker are extremely slow and can take months. Lock Poker’s payment processing is considered the slowest in the industry by those who monitor cashouts.
The Director of Social Media for Lock Poker, Shane Bridges, said, “Lock made the decision to suspend deposits through Skrill as we are focusing on clearing up our cashouts.”
Recently Lock Poker moved from the Revolution Gaming Network and set up its own independent poker room. Bridges said that a new cashier “was rolled out prior to the launch with our existing options, and now we have several new options that will roll out in the coming month after the new software goes live.”
The Business Development Manager of Poker at Skrill said that it is possible that the service will be reinstated in the future.