Click2pay Debit card

love2winalot

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 10, 2009
Location
Philippines/Visiting Las vegas
Hiya. I have had a click2pay debit card for a couple of years now. For those who may not know, here is how the process works.

Deposit into casino via click2pay
Play, and Win
Make a withdraw from the casino, back to click2pay, "usually 24 hrs", where i play at

It now shows up as your Ballance, at click 2 pay.
Make withdraw request from your Ballance, to the Debit card.
Several days later, you can go take the money out from an ATM.

There is NO method to see your actual balance on your debit card, unless you use a ATM, to Check balance. It CAN Not be done on Click2pay web site. So, you just have to keep your own record, and this is OK.

The proabelm, "for me", is that it takes about 30-40 minite drive, to get to Subic, to get to the closest ATM machine. So, my question is this. What is the longest you have waited, after withdrawing to your click2pay debit card, for the money to actually be on the card?

It has been between 4-8 days for me, on average, but i am now on day 9, and it is not there yet. Thanks if you can post your expierience, and time frame info.
 

me_and_ed

Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
CAG
MM
Joined
Jun 2, 2006
Location
Vancouver
High fee's, no tracking, C2P double dipping on exchange, as well local banks in Canada charge a currency exchange fee on top.......card sucks!!!
 

love2winalot

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 10, 2009
Location
Philippines/Visiting Las vegas
Hiya. Yea, all the fee's suck. But an Expat in the Philippines can not get a debit bank acct, only a passbook acct. Meaning, you have to walk into the bank, take number, wait in line for the one teller they have, just to get a lousy $50.

So, I am kind of stuck, having to use a processor that issues a debit card. Neteller, and Moneybookers, do not allow transactions in the philippines.:mad:
 

1366613

Senior Member
Joined
May 29, 2008
Location
A
same with entropay debit card except that you can check your balance online with no fees. there are some fees when you use ATM.
 

alfred666

Experienced Member
Joined
Mar 29, 2004
Location
online
Hi love2winalot,

I was/am using this card quite regularly. Max I have waited under normal circumstances was 6 or 7 days I believe.
It happened 1 time though, that such a transfer from the wallet to the card simply disappeared. After a while (I guess two weeks) I contacted Click2Pay, explained my problem, they investigated and credited the missing funds within one or two days.

BTW, Click2Pay support can lookup the balance on the card for you, they even provide you with a full statement for your card on request (manually, by email).

Talk to their support.
 

sagera

Newbie member
Joined
Feb 25, 2008
Location
Canada
The fastest they have credited my card was 1 day. The longest 15 days......I called support and they had told me they were experiencing technical problems at the time.
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
Hiya. Yea, all the fee's suck. But an Expat in the Philippines can not get a debit bank acct, only a passbook acct. Meaning, you have to walk into the bank, take number, wait in line for the one teller they have, just to get a lousy $50.

So, I am kind of stuck, having to use a processor that issues a debit card. Neteller, and Moneybookers, do not allow transactions in the philippines.:mad:

I saw something on Neteller about them launching their service in the Phillipines, which could make them a viable alternative. The Neteller card once worked this crappy way, but the new Net+ card now links directly to your Neteller account, and there is no step needed to transfer to the card, if you see it when logged in to Neteller, it can be withdrawn straight away.

The one big problem is that when Neteller is "down for maintenance", which has been quite a bit lately, you will waste that 60 mile drive because this also shuts down the Net+ card. You would have to check with Neteller first to ensure they are up & running before embarking on the journey. Avoid the early morning hours UK time, as this is when Neteller tends to shut down when maintenance is due, and since it often overruns, leave the journey as late as possible so that it coincides with the afternoon UK time, which is probably going to be very late in the evening in the Philipines. You could also go "at the crack of dawn" in the Philipines, and you will probably make it before Neteller starts the maintenance cycle.

Moneybookers seems to have less downtime, but customers have more problems with their accounts, and support is either impossible to contact, or useless.
 

love2winalot

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 10, 2009
Location
Philippines/Visiting Las vegas
Thanks. I used Neteller all the time many years ago, but they froze my acct when i tried to use their card here in the Philippnes. They said this country was on the, 'Black" list, and then a couple years later on the, "Grey" list, so Maybe now the Philippines is on the Green list? I will go check it out.
 

love2winalot

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 10, 2009
Location
Philippines/Visiting Las vegas
Neteller update

Hiya; Well i signed up for a Neteller acct, and they approved it, and then froze it. They called me, and said I had an account with them, "From over 5 years ago". I had long since tossed out all the information as they no longer serve the USA.

They said i needed to send it docs, and do a change of address. I sent them in today. I will see what happens. I told them, i of course, need a new card, and will be using a bank in the Philippines, and not America.

I was kind of surprised they had kept my information on fille, for a restricted/closed acct. for so many years.
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
Joined
Oct 14, 2004
Location
United Kingdom
Hiya; Well i signed up for a Neteller acct, and they approved it, and then froze it. They called me, and said I had an account with them, "From over 5 years ago". I had long since tossed out all the information as they no longer serve the USA.

They said i needed to send it docs, and do a change of address. I sent them in today. I will see what happens. I told them, i of course, need a new card, and will be using a bank in the Philippines, and not America.

I was kind of surprised they had kept my information on fille, for a restricted/closed acct. for so many years.

Well, they can't claim they don't know who you are.

It may be best in these situations to enquire about the reactivation of a long dead account, rather than simply wade in and register for a new one.

This would affect many people from the US who had their accounts forcibly closed, but who are now resident in a different country that Neteller accepts customers from.

Check also whether Neteller will allow GAMBLING transactions from the Philipines, as there are some countries that Neteller will serve, but only for non-gambling related services, such as the Net+ card and online shopping.
 
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