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Pink Ribbon Bingo Lowers Withdrawal Limit

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The team at Pink Ribbon Bingo has made some improvements by making it easier to withdraw your winnings!

 

They have just lowered the minimum withdrawal limit to £10, plus new members will benefit from a reduction in wagering requirements to £20 before being able to request a withdrawal for the first time.

 

The final change is a reduction in the re-deposit amount down to £10. You are now eligible for a 50% bonus on all deposits of £10 or more.

 

Play bingo and do some good. 15p out of every £1 or their gross profits each month  go to the Breast Cancer cause.

 

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Great news froggy, lower restrictions are always welcomed.

 

For all bingo players of good will, certain percentage of winnings can also be donated directly to the charity.

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Very nice improvements, hope they all join in and do the same, it makes me feel good that this bingo site donates from profits for a good cause.. seems to be a more trustworthy site eh?

 

I know this is far fetched and away for now,but maybe this might help open more doors and sites to the USA by offering and making these types of deals..(i can't word it right but you know what i mean. like a tax exemption if they option to donate..) and i wonder how many others donate a portion of profit to organizations..  quite frankly i dont think any of it is a "legal or illegal".. i sincerely beleive its the fight or say.. its all about the money and who gets the cut (distribution) is what sits like a solid brick wall.

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I appreciate a good cause and less restrictions too. I know what you mean Imagin.ation . The only way it would probably work is if the cause was a portion to the US government.  :/

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I'd never tried playing Bingo. According to a recent news, New York Lawyer General Eric Schneiderman wants there to be a more clearly described relationship between charities and transparency. Too many companies make sweeping claims, but too little is delivered. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month - along with its ubiquitous pink ribbon brigade - has authorities wondering whether charitable contributions are being used more to fund promotional product placement, rather than the most important work of charities.

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It's that way with all charities, one has to wonder or inquire what % of the proceeds are actually going to help the intended recipients.  And how much is going to the administrators and staff.  It's an age-old problem.  Most land bingo games around here in Texas are not-for-profit. 

 

Even the ones operating daily have some sort of affiliation with or help groups to raise money for their charity or church.  Texas has strict licensing requirements for the folks working the bingo halls.  Still, there are some that get away with raking in the money and doling out little if any to the charity for which it was intended.  Spend your bingo dollars wisely, and if you want to support a charity by playing bingo, check into where the money goes.

 

I think it's good that the online sites are beginning to show interest in the 'community' and contribute charitably to those in need.  I am not at all sure how regulation occurs or who is the regulating authority.  So I don't know how one would check up on the legitimacy of the charitable contributions claims.  Anyone have any ideas as to how we can verify how much money is being actually processed into the charity?

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