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Casino Banking Help

Online casinos offer an array of banking methods so that players can deposit and withdraw at their convenience. From electronic bank transfers to vouchers and cheques – there is undoubtedly a system you can use. My first advice, however, is to investigate your chosen online casino for its reputation and secondly, to make sure that it not only allows you to deposit through your chosen method but also to withdraw.

NETeller: One of the most popular forms of payment on the Internet. It’s quick, easy and secure, with each account holder having a unique account number, a robust password system and access to a range of reports. Nearly all casinos will happily allow you to deposit and receive your winnings using this system; some may even offer NETeller deposit bonuses! Please note: US residents are not permitted to use this system (please visit the NETeller website for a full list of restricted countries).

Moneybookers: A very popular and rapidly growing payment method on the Internet, Moneybooker’s popularity stems from its ease of use and account registration. Only an email address is needed and the information you provide is protected securely – Moneybookers is regulated by the FSA (Financial Services Authority). There have been a few email scams, but, as always, easily avoided by never providing personal information via email to banks.

Credit/Debit Cards: A trusted method of payment, cards are protected by banks and by rigorous security systems. All casinos will accept deposits from cards; good casinos will pay your winnings back to them and promptly.

ECOcard: A very private system, with no personal details required to open an account and is therefore much like Moneybookers. However, believes the latter is favoured by casino operators, and in a lot of cases, also by players.

UKASH: A voucher based system available in the UK only and popular with players. Vouchers can be bought at many UK retailers which can be redeemed via a unique code for casino chips. However, this system cannot be used to withdraw and casinos will have to find a suitable alternative (cheque for example).  The voucher system normally limits the amount played and is a good option for those with a strict budget.

Cheques: Most casinos will offer this method but it isn’t popular. Being based on the postal service, delays are common (some gaming operators are based overseas and it may take a great deal of time) and in rare cases, cheques can be lost in transit. For big payments good casinos will use a private express postal service (e.g. FedEx, DHL etc)

Wire transfer: This system sometimes has the highest applicable fees (not from the casinos but from the banks themselves). However, it is quick, reliable and secure and popular with high rollers.

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