Gambling 911 – Not the best timing as the FIFA World Cup is set to begin this week but BetFred.com customers from variously countries across the globe were advised this weekend they can no longer bet online with the company.
BetFred.com has opted to pull out of the German and Canadian markets as well as a host of other countries including the Ukraine.
An email sent out to these customers advised that they have 30 days to withdraw any funds they have on the site. The new policy applies to both new and existing customers.
BetFred.com was encouraging affected customers to move their funds to partner site Mobibet.com, which is based out of Curacao.
The BetFred.com brand name appears to be concentrating solely on the UK market from this point forward.
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