A new character flies into the poker Marvel universe as India’s PokerDangal swoops in to save the day for disgruntled Pokermet customers.
My boy has found a website that for a fee enters you into a raffle where you can win anything from the insides of a balloon to the latest high tech gadgetry that turns people on.
My son asks: “I want to know if it’s safe to deposit money?”
I advise him that it’s not a problem giving your bank details to reputable companies, it’s the dishonest ones that cause you to set fire to your belly button hairs in frustration.
“Do your due diligence,” I suggest, adding, “You do know you’re gambling, right?”
My boy quizzes me while dodging the gambling question: “Aren’t all companies reputable until they are dishonest?”
Full Tilt was a reputable company.
PKR was a reputable company.
Pokermet was a reputable company.
All three of the above online poker rooms fell into a state of disrepair that affected player funds. PokerStars donned a cape and rescued the first two. PokerDangal aims to do the same with the third, and likely, for the same reasons.
PokerDangal to Make Pokermet Player’s Whole
It seems that in the not too dim and distant past, Pokermet (an online gaming site run by Kolkata-based XLN Media Solutions Pvt. Ltd), established business problems that led to the site ceasing to operate, and a lockdown on players funds ensued.
It’s not a problem of the scale of Full Tilt or PKR, but to the 10,000 registered users, of which 2,000 were depositing players, it is.
PokerDangal to the rescue.
Xeta Networks Pvt. Ltd’s subsidiary to the rescue!
PokerDangal has acquired the assets of XLN Media’s flagship online gaming business, and the deal sees them return every penny to those 2,000 registered users within a 45-day timeframe.
PokerDangal went live in October 2017, with founders Varun Mahna and Varun Puri expressing a desire to help redefine poker in India adopting the tagline where skills meet fortune. The poker site runs Texas Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha cash games and tournaments.
If you’re a Pokermet player with money locked up on site, you can expect word from your superheroes in the coming days.
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