EWalletXpress ??

Mousey

Ueber Meister Mouse
Joined
Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
Anyone signed up yet? Anyone know if it's a Rival exclusive sort of thing, or if it'll work anywhere? Online gaming exclusive? or will it work with other merchants? USA friendly?

I've finally got the FAQ to load...
 

bb28

Dormant Account
Joined
Nov 18, 2006
Location
US
I started the signup process just in case but right after I input my name and address details it then asked for deposit amount. I backed out as I didn't want to complete it yet as I haven't heard any info about it, other than what was on the website. I noticed they do have phone support unlike QT which is a plus.
 

Pocketdiggers77

Gamester
Joined
May 9, 2006
Location
On Top of Old Smokey
Ive used it. Its a rip off IMO. I cancelled my account. I think CLub World accepts them. A lot of sportsbooks accept them. I think the casinos will hold your funds until they clear the bank similar to firepay and instacash if you use the instant cash feature and the cost is like 8%. I was getting killed with fees so I called and asked them to cancel the account.

PD
 

AuntieIdiot

Dormant Account
Joined
Dec 23, 2004
Location
land of forbidden gambling
I have had an EWalletXpress account for a few months now and haven't had any problems. The fees are 8.8% (I believe), which is kind of high. But it works. I can't think of any MG casinos that accept EWalletExpress, but Club World, Bodog, and 3 Dice all accept it. I have never had any withdrawals paid to my EWalletXpress account so I don't know much about that.
 

lojo

Banned User - repetitive violations of <a href="ht
Joined
Jan 18, 2007
Location
USA
Pretty easy to look at the 'related threads' below.

wtf? Casino get 5% card edge 8% you got to be kiddin me. Muck that bidness funky. Wake UP!
 

RobWin

closed account
Joined
Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
Anyone signed up yet? Anyone know if it's a Rival exclusive sort of thing, or if it'll work anywhere? Online gaming exclusive? or will it work with other merchants? USA friendly?

I've finally got the FAQ to load...

EWalletXpress is owned by Navaho Networks and all of the MiniVegas Group of casinos have been using their service for quite some time now...their fees are way too high though...use as a last resort if you can't figure out no other way to deposit...hope this helps.
 

Mousey

Ueber Meister Mouse
Joined
Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
Pretty easy to look at the 'related threads' below.

wtf? Casino get 5% card edge 8% you got to be kiddin me. Muck that bidness funky. Wake UP!

Yes, Lojo, but I want personal experiences, answers, recommendations, not more questions. :D

The fees all these places are charging ($ to load my prepaid, $ to deposit to QT, $ if we ever want to get money out of QT into our hands, etc.) are not making me happy.

And as Ewallet seems to deal with pulling money directly out of bank account... I don't think I want to go there.
 

RobWin

closed account
Joined
Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
Yes, Lojo, but I want personal experiences, answers, recommendations, not more questions. :D

The fees all these places are charging ($ to load my prepaid, $ to deposit to QT, $ if we ever want to get money out of QT into our hands, etc.) are not making me happy.
And as Ewallet seems to deal with pulling money directly out of bank account... I don't think I want to go there.

Not making me happy either...:mad: The casinos need to be taking care of these fees especially if they want to get more US players back playing again, in the long run it would pay off for them in "Customer Retention" I believe...just my opinion..:cool:
 

thisisvegas

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 18, 2007
Location
Canada
For making deposits and withdrawals at thisisvegas the players do NOT pay for the fees, we cover them. I believe all Rival casinos now have eWalletExpress but I am only certain of thisisvegas, Paradise 8 and Cocoa Casino. You can double check with the support team for the rest of the Rival casinos but I am certain they have the same policy and I am getting this double checked.

John
 

bb28

Dormant Account
Joined
Nov 18, 2006
Location
US
For making deposits and withdrawals at thisisvegas the players do NOT pay for the fees, we cover them. I believe all Rival casinos now have eWalletExpress but I am only certain of thisisvegas, Paradise 8 and Cocoa Casino. You can double check with the support team for the rest of the Rival casinos but I am certain they have the same policy and I am getting this double checked.

John

Hi John,
I'm not sure I'm clear on your above statement. Are you saying that the above casinos pay the fee (8% ?) that we would be charged for making a deposit transaction?

Thanks,
BB
 

Mousey

Ueber Meister Mouse
Joined
Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
eWalletXpress does promise 24 hr CS and even has a phone number for support. What a great idea! (QT is sort of lacking in that area. LOL)

So far, even with QT, there is no charge (fee) to players to transfer from QT to casino, or casino to QT. I am assuming it would be the same with Ewalletxpress.

However, players are hit with fees when initially funding ewallets, and again, upon getting any monies from the wallet into our hands (check, ACH, whatever).

I even checked with an MG casino today about getting a check mailed out instead of withdrawing to QT, simply because I don't want much in QT at any one time (NETeller made me really paranoid), but CS said processing a check would take at least 21 business days, and after questioning, yes there might be further delays with a check. **sigh** So my little cashout is going to QT, and I'll have to find out how to get money out of QT -- and I don't think they'll mail a check anymore and it has to go to your bank, and I don't like that. Plus there's that fat fee ... 10%?? ... on withdrawals.

Thank you Mr. Gonzales and the DoJfux for all the fun and laughter. :rolleyes:
 

thisisvegas

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 18, 2007
Location
Canada
I just got confirmation that all Rival casinos will cover your fees for withdrawals and deposits to the casino. They do however charge users a fee for making a withdrawal from your eWalletExpress account.

John
 
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