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Multi-accounting is not the main issue here. Money laundering is the problem.

Player A & Player B are both being funded from Player A's card. These 2 people may not be "family" in the biological sense, but they are financially linked.

In a way that is not transparent to either the site, or the other players.

 

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Indeed, when two players are financed from one bank account, it does not look fair. But I understand people who are comfortable with this, I have now arrived in another country for work and it is surprising to me that joint bank accounts for husband and wife are prohibited here, but I got used to this, it is convenient.

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On 3/23/2022 at 11:03 AM, PhilGreen111 said:

Multi-accounting is not the main issue here. Money laundering is the problem.

Player A & Player B are both being funded from Player A's card. These 2 people may not be "family" in the biological sense, but they are financially linked.

In a way that is not transparent to either the site, or the other players.

 

Perhaps that is why multi-account is prohibited.

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Today I discussed this situation with my husband, we had a similar situation, only with a bank account. I wanted to open a joint financial account and have credit accounts linked to both of us at the same time. With the help of via fit my money , I found where I can get the best conditions for obtaining a loan, but at the time of registration we were refused to open a joint account. Since the credit history must be transparent and calculated for each client separately. Such an analogy can be drawn here too, if two people use one bank card for two different accounts, this is not transparent, and some people may perceive this as some kind of fraudulent element.

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