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Online gaming operator ceases trading

MustardBet has confirmed it is no longer taking bets

An online gaming operator based on the Isle of Man has ceased operations with immediate effect.

MustardBet, which also holds a licence in the UK, has pledged to refund customer balances and deal with all unsettled bets as soon as possible.

The company was based at Cumbrae House on Market Street in Douglas.

No reason has been provided for the closure, but the firm has confirmed its website will remain active for the next 28 days.

That will allow customers access to their account balances, transaction history and withdrawal of funds, before it goes offline on 11 November.

A live chat is also available for customers with queries which provides a chance to interact with MustardBet staff online.

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