Update: Full Tilt Gets Another Blow

Suspension of license triggers Moneybookers' decision

After the Alderney Gambling Control Commission announced the suspension of Full Tilt Poker's license, the poker company received another blow, this time from online cash processor Moneybookers, which decided to pull its services from the poker provider.

It has been stated by a Moneybookers affiliate manager on June 29: "Our customers are the most important part of our business. That is why we have, from today, stopped accepting deposits made to Full Tilt Poker.

"Over the last couple of weeks, we've become aware of a situation where Full Tilt has not honoured customer pay-outs and we've been working to try and resolve this issue on our customers' behalf.

"Unfortunately this hasn't been possible and today's suspension of their licence by the Alderney Gambling Commission has validated our decision.

"We apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers and hope you understand that extraordinary circumstances, beyond our control, have brought about this action."

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