How can USA players deposit?

vmccarty

Dormant account
Joined
Nov 8, 2007
Location
USA
Hi I've a question I hope someone can help with....I have a Moneybookers account..great,but I can't use it to deposit at ANY casino online...Soooo...How does an American player deposit? Thanks for any help :)
 

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
I use Quicktender
Click2pay
Ewallet

I deposit with them all an have
withdrawals to them all
also I have had money transfered to my checking
From all cept Click

You have to have a invite from a
casino to have a Quicktender account

so you could email umm say the Belle Rock Group
an tell them you would like a invite
then u fund via moneygram or WU

Good Luck
Cindy
 

CountByte

Dormant Account
MM
Joined
Oct 17, 2007
Location
Somewhere over the Rainbow
Welcome!

I too am fairly new here and had similar problems depositing. After asking for advice, I received alot of help and advice from folks like Lojo and others in easy ways to do this. Here was the fasted and easiest way I found:

1. Go to Netspend dot com and find a retail location (NOT Western Union unless they also sell the actual card) near you


2. Purchase one of their ALL Access VISA credit cards ( not their Visa debit) for ~ $9.95 .... when purchasing, have cashier put whatever amount you want to start with on it. I didnt even give them ANY personal information at the time. ( I started with $100)

3. Go home and logon to Nerspend's web site and REGISTER your temporary card. If you deposited funds when you bought it, you can start useing the temp card right away at almost any casino that accepts US players ( see list of Accrediated casinos at top).

4. You can fund or re-fund your card at any Western Union for $4.50

5. Netspend will mail you a new card with YOUR name on it in 4-5 days or so.

Thats how simple it was for me to start !

Withdrawing any wins, etc is another story and there are other options for that as mentioned above.

I also have asked a Casino i frequent to recommend me for a Quicktender account, which takes a little time.

Good Luck and may success find you! :thumbsup:
 

Mousey

Ueber Meister Mouse
Joined
Sep 12, 2004
Location
Up$hitCreek
Maybe use the prepaid to deposit to the online wallet, THEN deposit to casino. I don't recommend doing this often as fees are quite a nuisance.
 

lots0

Banned User - troll posts - flaming
Joined
Jun 3, 2006
Location
Hell on Earth
According to wide spread reports this week these don't work anymore.

Even though this is a "Private Forum" care should be used in what is posted.

It is not beyond the realm of possibility that at least one member that has access to this forum is an employee of the US DOJ or the US Attorneys Office.

This is not the first time in the last year that a deposit method that has been posted here in this "semi" public forum has been shut down a few days after the posting.

I am not bitching at anyone, all I'm saying is maybe a little more discretion and a few more PM's would be in order when discussing deposit and cashout options.
 

Westland Bowl

Tin Foil Hat Club Member
PABnonaccred
CAG
Joined
Nov 1, 2005
Location
America
I agree with Lotso that discretion should be the rule when discussing deposit methods. The Feds are too smart to not come to this and other forums to see what deposit methods are being discussed in the open. So far, it's like shooting fish in a barrel for them.
 
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