No, that wasnt my point. Just saying that casinos do offer different bonuses if you deposit with different methods. Several casinos dont offer deposit bonuses to neteller/skrill etc. Some casinos give their high rollers extra benefits if they move to another option. CasinoNinja is saying Im making this up. Im just pointing out that Im not.
Ok, but when it comes to Neteller/Skrill I only thought that was because more fraudsters are using that. So maybe that is costing too much also and someone is lying.
Well I only have two options for deposits and cashouts and I'm happy as long as I can use them. I just hope noone else get more perks because they live somewhere where they can use other options that are cheaper for the casino.
Well, I can assure you that you get different perks depending on where you live. You have to keep in mind like in Germany its 20% gross tax and currently its 0% gross tax in Sweden. That mean the casino has 20% better cut on Swedish player and can offer them more than German ones.
Now, I get what your saying Mr Wild, and ofcourse using visa to deposit would probably be most cost effective for the casino.
I highly doubt a high roller would use Paysafe cards though.
On the other hand, you do want to be available to more customer, as more customers = more profit, so if you start excluding deposit methods or offering better bonuses (visibly) to other players with different methods you would actually end up losing money imo as the customers wouldn't deposit there in the first place.
Yes that is true. However, when the customer start playing with you, a smart casino should build a loyalty program to make them use the cheaper option and share the majority of the extra profit with its players instead.
it sucks when you're with TD because you can't even use instadebit lolFor people like me, VISA and whatnot is blocked by our banks for Canadians so the options we have are limited. We can use Paysafecard, Prepaid VISAs that allow gambling transactions, a few instant banking processors like Instadebit and iDebit, and the only e-wallet provider that allows Canadians to make deposits to casinos since we can not use Skrill / Neteller for gambling which is "Ecopayz". This is my primary way to gamble since i want to see my money fast and I rarely transfer the money to my bank account.
It does make sense that a casino would try to get a person and the casino to save a few bucks, but they also need to remember that not all countries can use the same methods to get funds on a casino.
I can't agree with this I am afraid. A smart casino would allow the player to use whichever payment method they feel most comfortable using and to play the games that they enjoy most to provide the best possible experience for the player. Not put different hurdles and hoops for a customer to jump over and through because you might make a few cents more in the short term. That is just flawed thinking.