Players at Bodog Europe recently reported that they received an email notifying that the casino is being more particular in who gets entertained as a player. The email says that Bodog Europe will no longer be processing transactions in the playerâ€™s jurisdiction starting from August 30th 2012. In order to protect the funds, Bodog Europe will adjust all player balances to zero after the said date; players will still be able to withdraw their funds but not in the usual automated way. The customer support team at the online casino will provide the further details.
The problem that led to a few rumors about Bodog Europe was that they did not give an apparent reason for the shutdown of accounts. Some of the rumors seen at the online casino forums were about the franchise holder who had problem processing payments and in some jurisdictions therefore have to quit the online casino business and also that Bodog Europe will be following the current industry trends by providing services to specific nationally regulated jurisdictions.
Bodog Europe immediately released a statement in response to these rumors that clarifies that Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Israel, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan are the only affected countries. And that they wanted to focus on the jurisdictions where they can offer their best product since offering a high level of customer service is what Bodog brand is known for.