Today, online casinos offer a wide range of depositing and withdrawal options. Here we provide your with all the necessary information on how to “bank”
with an online casino.
Traditionally credit or debits cards are the most common purchasing options for casino players. MasterCard and VISA are accepted with almost all the online casino. AMEX and Diner’s are less common. MasterCard is more conservative towards gambling and therefore transactions are more likely rejected than with VISA. Certain banks like City Bank Group, Deutsche Bank and other have decided not to accept gaming transactions. To avoid the inconvenience of not being able to deposit and place a few bets on a rainy night at home, we have some good alternatives for you:
The following purchasing options are safe and secure, convenient and widely used by gamblers.
is a so called eWallet and is an efficient way of transferring money from and to an online casino or to other Neteller account holders. Transactions are made in real time. You can open a Neteller account online in different currencies: US Dollar, UK Pounds, EURO, Canadian Dollar or Australian Dollar.
started years after Neteller, but has become very successful in Europe and the rest of the world. click2pay offers their service in an impressive 180 countries. click2pay works similar as Neteller, funding can be via credit cards and wire transfer.
is another popular internet payment solution. Widely used by the German speaking gamblers, Moneybookers has a multi-lingual website, customer service and a wide network of local funding partners.
is a prepaid card. You can purchase Ukash cards in UK Pounds and EURO in POS across Europe and online. The advantage of prepaid cards is you don’t need to disclose any personal or financial information.
is an Austrian based company which came on the gambling scene couple of years ago. By now, most of online gaming sites offer paysafecard. The cards care available in values of 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 EURO in Germany and Austria. paysafecard is planning to roll out POS in various other European countries.