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Great news for those of you who use Neteller, Skrill, or Webmoney to withdraw funds from your partypoker account because they are free to use with immediate effect.

Feedback from you, our valued customers, showed you were unhappy at having to pay a fee to withdraw funds from your accounts. In July 2015, withdrawal fees for MasterCard, Visa, and bank transfers were removed, and since then our team has been busy working behind the scenes with Neteller, Skrill, and Webmoney to scrap theirs. The discussions have proved fruitful and now all withdrawal methods are free to use.

We hope that these changes, part of our ongoing Poker for the People campaign, will be positively received by the partypoker community and go some way to show that we listen to your thoughts and go the extra mile to help create the online poker site that you want to play at and be part of.

Change Comes in Time For Powerfest

Withdrawal methods being free of charge is obviously great news at any time, but these latest positive changes come at the perfect time because Powerfest is right around the corner.

With at least $5 million guaranteed to be won across 98 events over a four-week period, anyone winning big or small is able to cash-out to any method they wish without worrying about losing any money to transaction fees.

Latest in a Long Line of Positive Changes

This latest development is the latest in a long line of recent positive changes to improve the experience of partypoker players. From tweaking the tournament schedule, the launch of the Power Series and Powerfest, new and exciting promotions, continuing efforts to level the playing field for everyone who plays at partypoker, and bringing cash back to the loyalty store, we are showing that we really are the committed to giving poker back to the people.

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