Casino Processing Fees

sparkles

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Im not sure if this is a worthwhile subject or not.

Another thread made me think more about this.

I think its would be good to know, what Casinos, players are aware of that do charge Processing Fees, to ewallets etc.

I only have experience with Neteller.

But Id be interested to know what others have come across.

Just ignore this if its a dead duck
 

Simmo!

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The only time I've ever come across players paying processing fees on normal play (ie: excluding fraud, abuse, money laundering etc) is actually for a good reason LOL. 3Dice do "instant" ewallet withdrawals up to $2000. But a player can choose to withdraw more instantly if they are prepared to pay the fee, which the software calculates and deducts from the withdrawal. A fantastic idea IMO.

It's certainly not a standard practice for any casino to charge players for a normal withdrawal on normal play to the best of my knowledge.
 

De Beuker

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I only know Purple Lounge have a fee of $1.- for every withdrawl.
This is clearly stated in their T&C's and is also mentioned on the withdrawlpage itself, you cannot miss it.
You can withdraw as little as $10.- and as their witdrawls are almost instant I don't have a problem with this small fee.
 

Simmo!

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I only know Purple Lounge have a fee of $1.- for every withdrawl.
This is clearly stated in their T&C's and is also mentioned on the withdrawlpage itself, you cannot miss it.
You can withdraw as little as $10.- and as their witdrawls are almost instant I don't have a problem with this small fee.
Actually now you mention it, I think the few remaining Crypto's using Ecash charge a dollar too.
 

jroller

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most casinos out there pay for everything.. i remember using instadebit through neteller and the fee is usually huge.. casinos always took care of that, no charge to me. like someone here said, why play online when u have to pay for fees on both deps and withdrawals and then to cashout to ur bank another fee on top of exchange fees? online casinos won't last long doing that
 

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