Ecocard

clj7221

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
Location
U.S.A.
I had a 7000 dollar cashin at BelleRock casino the other week. I had the cashin in through Ecocard. Took about 7 business days to go in to my bank. Had no problems at all.

Last night I had a cashin at All Jackpots casino. I arranged to have the cashin through Ecocard and also called the casino to make sure they DO NOT put it in Click2pay ( they made that "mistake" a few months ago and as we all know click2pay will not do cashins for American Players. But David who is part of this casino was very kind he wrote me here and made sure it would not happen again.) I will post back and let you know if all Jackpots follows through this time with My Cashin.
 

Simmo!

Paleo Meister (means really, really old)
Joined
May 29, 2004
Location
England
<moved this out of the limelight seeing as Ecocard is the main US salvation right now ;) >
 

CasinoForumu

Dormant account
Joined
Mar 28, 2006
Location
Bursa
I had a 7000 dollar cashin at BelleRock casino the other week. I had the cashin in through Ecocard. Took about 7 business days to go in to my bank. Had no problems at all.

Last night I had a cashin at All Jackpots casino. I arranged to have the cashin through Ecocard and also called the casino to make sure they DO NOT put it in Click2pay ( they made that "mistake" a few months ago and as we all know click2pay will not do cashins for American Players. But David who is part of this casino was very kind he wrote me here and made sure it would not happen again.) I will post back and let you know if all Jackpots follows through this time with My Cashin.

Now, they definetly will do, as you didnt leave any chance to them for a mistake. Waiting good news from you.
 

clj7221

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
Location
U.S.A.
I had a cashin sent to c2pay of 1,600 and they told me they do not do cashins. It sat in there for weeks and all I could use it for was my deposits to play in casinos since no other choice was available. Also, many casinos such as Bellrocke does not accept Click2pay as a cashin choice.

For the record, C2P is still processing withdrawals for US customers via wire transfer, as reported in a recent thread.
 

oldandboring40

Dormant Account
Joined
Mar 26, 2006
Location
us
just started using ecocard. made my first withdrawl which showed as cleared in my account but has not shown up in my bank account. it has been about five days since it clreared. hope it shows up monday.
 

EasyRhino

Dormant account
Joined
Sep 17, 2006
Location
San Diego
You know, I've created an ecocard account, but haven't funded it. And I doubt if I will bother until one of three things happens:

1) click2pay shuts down my account.
2) I find a good casino that a) accepts US players, and b) takes ecocard but not c2p
3) the fees for depositing and withdrawaing via ecocard drop to less than c2p. (looks like both require wires for withdrawal, but c2p can still be funded more easily)

Course, I said similar things about neteller before they shut down. Sometimes you gotta do whats you gotta do.
 

clj7221

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
Location
U.S.A.
The first withdrawal takes a little longer. 7 to 10 business days. If it's a large withdrawal they will ask you to fax them information IE Drivers License , Utility bill etc..Let us know when you get your cashin.


just started using ecocard. made my first withdrawl which showed as cleared in my account but has not shown up in my bank account. it has been about five days since it clreared. hope it shows up monday.
 

ballysdb

Dormant account
Joined
Apr 28, 2006
Location
Long Island NY
I also have an Ecocard account but have never funded it. It seems so complicated with the choices of banks in different countries. Why would I choose one bank over another? Maybe I just have a mental block with this. Any help would be appreciated. Also, being from NY is all this not even worth my time? Thanks Debbie
 

eduun

Most Annoying Forum Member of 2008
Joined
Jan 16, 2007
Location
usa
as a us player, you cant fund by bank account but by western union or money gram!!!
 

ballysdb

Dormant account
Joined
Apr 28, 2006
Location
Long Island NY
Thanks Eduun. When you try to fund with Ecocard don't they ask you to pick a foreign bank that they will deposit the money into? This is why I haven't done it yet. I think I will really screw it up! Thanks for any help:)
 

eduun

Most Annoying Forum Member of 2008
Joined
Jan 16, 2007
Location
usa
no, read their depositing section carefully, you make a person to person send. They give you all of the details on their site, its alot easier than it sounds!! click on western union receiver details on their site
 

clj7221

Dormant account
Joined
Dec 10, 2003
Location
U.S.A.
ALL Jackpots

Thank You AllJackpots. The 4000 dollar win I had on Sunday was put in Ecocard as of today!



I had a 7000 dollar cashin at BelleRock casino the other week. I had the cashin in through Ecocard. Took about 7 business days to go in to my bank. Had no problems at all.

Last night I had a cashin at All Jackpots casino. I arranged to have the cashin through Ecocard and also called the casino to make sure they DO NOT put it in Click2pay ( they made that "mistake" a few months ago and as we all know click2pay will not do cashins for American Players. But David who is part of this casino was very kind he wrote me here and made sure it would not happen again.) I will post back and let you know if all Jackpots follows through this time with My Cashin.
 

Mike031

Banned User - violation of <a href="http://www.cas
Joined
Feb 13, 2007
Location
not loserland *lol*
I have also an Ecocard Account, but withdrawal fees are $ 10.- and that's really too much!

Btw. i also found out, that the "Bank Account Datas" on all MG Casinos by "Direct Bank Transfer" are exactly the same, as on "Eco Card" so it looks like, that Microgaming is the owner from Eco Card, or have anyone another explanation for this fact?
 
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