Canadian Friendly Casinos?

bebo67

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Jun 22, 2013
Location
Ontario Canada
Since I've departed ways with anything to do with Crazy Vegas, Golden Riviera.........now House of Jacks. Im looking for a Canadian friendly casino, which means has options for me to deposit. I'm only playing at VS, and would like 2 so I can switch back and forth. Any ideas?
 

helafast

Spinning in the Great White North
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Apr 19, 2018
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Toronto, Canada
I tend to try to find casino's that accept INTERAC so I dont' have to pay the fees for prepaid MC or paysafecard - but I really haven't found one that I liked so much I would recommend. Since VS and Slotsmillion are the only ones that still have BTG for Canadians, they get a lot of my deposits.

Sorry I couldnt be more help, but I look forward to seeing other replies. Out of curiosity, was there something with House of Jack that turned you off playing there?

Helafast
 

bebo67

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Jun 22, 2013
Location
Ontario Canada
I tend to try to find casino's that accept INTERAC so I dont' have to pay the fees for prepaid MC or paysafecard - but I really haven't found one that I liked so much I would recommend. Since VS and Slotsmillion are the only ones that still have BTG for Canadians, they get a lot of my deposits.

Sorry I couldnt be more help, but I look forward to seeing other replies. Out of curiosity, was there something with House of Jack that turned you off playing there?

Helafast
Hey thanks! I had issues with Crazy Vegas and Golden Riviera that had been cropping up. Consistent 70% rtp for months on end, their defiance of not posting rtp's on their games, pulling out of MGA and not licensing in a jurisdiction that would save a players butt if something could happen. Also a serious issue that I won't get into that I had to do a PAB. All VPL finally closed shop last month and Jack Of House is left. They dont advertise their license ( we don't need to know, and they don't have to do it. Their words) And they don't offer a viable deposit method for Canadians. No paysafe and TD Canada Trust has all outgoing casinos blocked.
 

lockinlove

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Jan 17, 2014
Location
Canada
Not sure why Scotia changed it but I can longer use interac online. They changed my card to visa debit.

Not many casinos left that have BTG like above. I think its either slotsmillion or videoslots. Could try leovegas but no BTG. Maybe guts and rizk. But again no BTG

I think its Mondays that slotsmillion has a ladies night 40% parachute reload bonus.
 

Balthazar

The Governor
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Woodbury
I heard that Slotsmillion no longer allows BTG for Canadians?

Videoslots is where it's at if you like BTG and fast (free) payouts. I've made hundreds of deposits with them over the years, dozens of cashouts and never had one single issue.
 

bebo67

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Jun 22, 2013
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Ontario Canada
:laugh::laugh::laugh: Laughing in a good nature way @ how everyone is assuming I like BTG. :p I dont. Lol . Thanks for all the suggestions. I will be staying with VS ( didnt intended on leaving) Im going to give Slotsmillion a try. I like their layout and game selection :)
 

Sonict

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Mar 25, 2017
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Ontario, Canada
The only thing about SlotsMillion to keep in mind is that for "Bank Wire" cashouts, they pay out in EUROs so not only do you get hit with a conversion fee, once the funds get to your local bank, you are also charged $15 ( Scotiabank for me ) for an incoming bank wire fee. You should use "Ecopayz" as there will be no fees to get the funds out of the casino. Like any e-wallet, if you do a cashout from Ecopayz to your bank account, while there is no bankwire fee, you would have to pay Ecopayz around $15 which is high. :/

Also keep in mind that SlotMillion does not do weekend cashouts. They will be processed on Monday to Friday only. The one saving grace is that you can "lock" your cashout so you won't be tempted to use it.
 

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