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    Hi al

    I have been using Neteller for the past few months but have encountered a few problems with my account being locked as I commit such heinous crimes as logging on from 2 different locations (I live in 2 countries!)

    Can anyone recommend any methods by which sportsbooks etc can pay me my commission and that I can have that money transferred to a regular account or even a credit card?

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    I am sure there may be other methods, but maybe if you discuss the issue with Neteller they might flag your account and track the two IP's that you do use.

    You also could set one location up to be the only one used (I would recommend if you like this idea use the one that you are at the most).

    You would need Windows XP Pro, Media Center, Vista, or a server product. Turn on remote desktop, and when you are at location 2, remote into location 1 and open the browser, go to neteller, do your banking and then log off.

    There are many factors to consider if you want to do this, such as a firewall at location 1, port forwardinmg through the firewall and the router, and if you use a software firewall such as Zonealarm, Norton or another, you will have to allow the incoming traffic from the specific IP at location 2.

    The first solution of talking to Neteller and enlisting their help and advie would be the way to go if the other parts seem unreasonable...

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