Ewallets

luarod

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Jun 7, 2011
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Madrid
Hi guys,

I have always used my credit card and I was thinking of switching to an ewallet. Is it really worth it?
 

KasinoKing

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As long as you're not in the USA, then absolutely YES in my opinion.
I've been using Neteller for about 8 years; it's very fast, very easy and there's no fees for depositing or cashing-out with the casinos.
So it's much better than CC if like me you play at lots of different casinos, because you can cash-out from one and deposit into a different one totally free of charge! :thumbsup:

Obviously there are Neteller fees if/when you cash-out from them to your bank, but you shouldn't need to do that very often.

KK
 

luarod

Experienced Member
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Jun 7, 2011
Location
Madrid
Hey KK,

Thanks for the info. I think I will give it a shot. Makes sense having one common wallet for everything, never thought about it that way... I was just lazy to set up an ewallet.
 

Dipity

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Mar 20, 2011
Location
UK
I use moneybookers, same thing really with no fees for withdrawing to and depositing from your current balance.

There is an initial minor % based fee for funding your account to begin with, but withdrawing to your bank account costs a flat €1.80 fee, regardless of the amount you withdraw.

I love moneybookers because I can request a withdrawal, they normally confirm around 6pm the same day, and it lands in my bank account the very next morning \0/

My one grip is that MG casinos will not process back to moneybookers if I've used a CC at their casino before - they insist on processing back to my CC :(
 

Lucky Loser

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Jan 4, 2010
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Planet Earth
I use moneybookers, same thing really with no fees for withdrawing to and depositing from your current balance.

There is an initial minor % based fee for funding your account to begin with, but withdrawing to your bank account costs a flat €1.80 fee, regardless of the amount you withdraw.

I love moneybookers because I can request a withdrawal, they normally confirm around 6pm the same day, and it lands in my bank account the very next morning \0/

My one grip is that MG casinos will not process back to moneybookers if I've used a CC at their casino before - they insist on processing back to my CC :(

I agree MB is great. Next day $2 withdrawals direct to my bank account.

Its also much cheaper than using my CC for foreign currency conversions - 2% compared to my banks 3% so its a no brainer to use them.

All the MGs I play at allow me to withdraw to MB even when I make a deposit by CC. I do this all the time so it must the casino you play at.
 

Dipity

Dormant account
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Mar 20, 2011
Location
UK
That may be so actually, I set a withdrawal just now at GoWild and noticed my preferred method was CC! I reset it to Moneybookers, so we'll see, live chat flushed it for me, so shouldn't take long.
 

azzy

Newbie member
Joined
Jun 14, 2011
Location
finland
Yes it is.

You dont need to pay any percent costs if u deposit money via ewallets neteller/moneybooker. You can also easily deposit to ewallets via credit cards without any costs.

ewallets have mostly times faster payments and you dont need use your bank account
 

SlotMonster

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I would recommend Moneybookers, not seeing on the fact that they closed my account for no reason and still don't allow me to re-open it :D
 
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