Advice sought on e-wallet transfers

chuchu59

gambling addict
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Hey guys,

I just knew that I will not be able to use my moneybookers account to perform any gaming transactions in future. Is it possible to send my MB balance to my neteller or ecocard account or maybe those of my wife? All advice is appreciated.
 

chuchu59

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It's almost near impossible to deposit to either Moneybookers, Ecocard and Neteller directly from my place. The first cycle began when I won some free money at a casino which they credited to my MB account without having used this way as a deposit. I was then able to link up this MB account with a sportsbook account and then the funds flowed freely. The trouble is I deposited with MB at several casinos and they are only willing to let me withdraw using this method. If I can manage to get even a small amount to my Ecocard or neteller accounts I could use them and deposit at the casinos and withdraw at will using these new methods.
 

vinylweatherman

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Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
It's almost near impossible to deposit to either Moneybookers, Ecocard and Neteller directly from my place. The first cycle began when I won some free money at a casino which they credited to my MB account without having used this way as a deposit. I was then able to link up this MB account with a sportsbook account and then the funds flowed freely. The trouble is I deposited with MB at several casinos and they are only willing to let me withdraw using this method. If I can manage to get even a small amount to my Ecocard or neteller accounts I could use them and deposit at the casinos and withdraw at will using these new methods.

Do Moneybookers actually HAVE "non-gambling" related merchants, or are we going to see the Neteller fiasco all over again in another part of the world, and with another eWallet.
You may find that Moneybookers will reject withdrawals from the casinos, who will then be FORCED to find an alternative method to pay you.

If Moneybookers have not yet started blocking such transactions, try to find a casino/sportsbook that is more understanding, and deposit all your money in Moneybookers there, and play for a while so that they get a reasonable amount of action, and when Moneybookers pull the plug, withdraw from them.
Ideally, you want one that would use your Neteller based on verifying you, without you having to have deposited with them.
However, if Moneybookers have decided to stop processing your gambling transactions, Neteller will most likely follow, and you will have the same problem all over again.
 

tim5ny

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Jun 8, 2003
I'm in the U.S.A....and one of the forbidden states! If I can do it than you should have no problems! Just have to know where to play.
 

chuchu59

gambling addict
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Do Moneybookers actually HAVE "non-gambling" related merchants, or are we going to see the Neteller fiasco all over again in another part of the world, and with another eWallet.
You may find that Moneybookers will reject withdrawals from the casinos, who will then be FORCED to find an alternative method to pay you.

If Moneybookers have not yet started blocking such transactions, try to find a casino/sportsbook that is more understanding, and deposit all your money in Moneybookers there, and play for a while so that they get a reasonable amount of action, and when Moneybookers pull the plug, withdraw from them.
Ideally, you want one that would use your Neteller based on verifying you, without you having to have deposited with them.
However, if Moneybookers have decided to stop processing your gambling transactions, Neteller will most likely follow, and you will have the same problem all over again.

The problem is not on the casinos' side. It happended all of a sudden. On Tuesday, I was still able to deposit via MB but when I tried to perform a transaction at another casino yesterday there was a statement at MB after being directed to the MB site) which states that it is their policy not to allow transactions related to online casinos or sportsbooks. There was no advance notice and hence my funds at the casinos could be in limbo if this is a 2-way thing. I would have thought that I should at least be given a week to sort them out.

Whether or not Neteller or Ecocard will follow MB I have no idea. However, 2 weeks ago I received a notice from MB that they have just allowed uploading of funds from Hong Kong. It is possible that the authorities may have imposed blocking gaming transactions as a condition. Nevertheless, that would have been a good opportunity to let me know that they will soon disallow such transactions.
 

Jasminebed

Game old gal
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Mar 13, 2008
Location
Ontario
Neteller does not accept gambling transactions (payments or deposits) from Canadians. I recently signed up at Slot-o-cash, and they only have e-wallets available for withdrawals. They suggested Ecocard, but when I went to the ecocard site, they charge $30 (US i think) for withdrawals to your bank account. Since my deposits are always under $100, this just makes it too expensive for me to contemplate. At least I got some game play for my $35 deposit, with 35 bonus, but was very far from meeting WR even after extended play.

I would pay a modest fee for a check or money order, and would be willing to pay a higher fee for a bank wire if necessary.

Too bad, because I enjoy the Rival Slots, and could use a little variety in my MG and 3Dice life.
 

ksech

Dormant account
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Jul 27, 2007
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Here
I use Quick Tender. When I have a significant win I'll deposit at intertops. They offer 1 bank wire for free once a month.
 

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