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Neteller Exchange Rates

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by umberto, Dec 11, 2005.

    Dec 11, 2005
  1. umberto

    umberto Dormant account

    Hi there.

    Do you know any casinos that accept as player account's currency Euros?
    I only want RTG and Cryptologic casinos ( other than William Hill ).

    My neteller account is in euros. I deposited 200$ in a casino. My neteller account was billed 175 euros. Then having won, I withdrew 400$. My neteller account was credited with 338 euros. That is 12 euros as fees from neteller.

    I had 4 transactions like this, so 4 x 12 = a lot of money......................
    I m pissed off.... I haven't noticed that we lose so many euros in neteller fees.

    I ll stick to the casinos allowing euro accounts.

    I heard about King Solomons RTG. It seems that it has a greek version and their site promotes the bonuses in euros. So, I guess it allows euro account. But i read that all currency deposits are transformed in $. Is it true? Do they keep the same exchange rate when they process withdrawals, so there are not neteller fees?
     
  2. Dec 11, 2005
  3. vinylweatherman

    vinylweatherman You type well loads CAG MM

    Occupation:
    STILL At Leisure
    Location:
    United Kingdom
    Try Intercasino

    You could try Intercasino. They have set about launching country specific sites, and as nearly all of the EU countries use the Euro you should not have a problem. Many internet ads will be promoting the US Dollar, and you may need to look for specific links having gone through to the main site.
    Contacting Intercasino support may help, specifically to find out if deposits and withdrawals are processed wholly in Euros to prevent "wastage" due to currency conversion.
    Many factors can influence the conversion rates, and it is hard to find who is to blame for the 12 Euros of "wastage" you have experienced.
    I do not know about RTG, but if you can bear Microgaming there should not be a problem as the Euro is pretty much universally supported, as well as the Dollar (both US and Canadian), and my own UK Pound. There is no rendering to Dollars during the process.
    Look for those offering the 00800 customer support prefix (International Freephone) or a country specific freephone for your own location, as these are more likely to be interested in making life easy for Euro players.
    Watch for the small print that may insist play in your own currency or the US Dollars. Primarily to stop "bonus hunters" playing in UK Pounds unless from the UK.
     
  4. Dec 11, 2005
  5. thelawnet

    thelawnet Dormant account

    Occupation:
    programmer
    Location:
    UK
    Hmm, the problem with cryptologic is that each different currency requires a different casino. So most places just make $ or casinos. Plus there are only 10 cryptologic casinos still running.

    But the other one apart from William Hill is Intercasino. You'll probably have to play in a foreign language though, you can choose between Spanish, French, Italian or German if you want to play in euros. Try You must register/login in order to see the link. and then click on one of the flags at the bottom.

    All RTG casinos take $ only.

    If you want Euros, most microgaming casinos will take them, and so will Playtech.
     
  6. Dec 11, 2005
  7. thelawnet

    thelawnet Dormant account

    Occupation:
    programmer
    Location:
    UK
    actually it's only one factor, neteller, and their rip-off conversion rates of 2.9% (or thereabouts). This is well-publicised.
     
  8. Dec 11, 2005
  9. Bal

    Bal Dormant account

    Occupation:
    IT
    Location:
    UK
    The actualy standard exchange rate is 1.9%

    It is normally slightly more as they say the exchange rates differ.

    Thanks
     

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