OKPay funding/documents approval

harrys99

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 26, 2011
Location
Wherever I Want
Finally got fully verified at OKpay. But now I am a bit confused about funding the account so that I can buy the debit card.

Could someone who is already using it send me a PM about how they are getting funds to the wallet.

Thanks for any help-this has been a frustrating journey:confused:
 

rockycatt

meistercatt
Joined
Oct 26, 2008
Location
Boston
I have a okpay account it was good in the beginning as from Obama land i could fund it through skrill then skrill option was dropped

and the other options offered to me well were way to sticky and load expensive ; i dont thik you will be able to use a ATM card in the land of the free for withdraw's


my .02 cents

PS try a prepaid ask the casino witch one is best [ three dice that's ? well you will have to ask Anna or Ellen etc what they can recommend
 

just play

closed account
Joined
Jan 27, 2006
Location
USA
PS try a prepaid ask the casino witch one is best [ three dice that's ? well you will have to ask Anna or Ellen etc what they can recommend


I was told USA players cannot use a pre-paid to deposit into 3dice? Your post is a bit confusing.
 

rockycatt

meistercatt
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Oct 26, 2008
Location
Boston
Rockycatt,

Why do you say that we won't be able to use the debit card?

well when i was active with okpay there was some kind of relationship with [i think U K head quarters ] and that's the drirft i got when i stopped they told my that gaming was not allowed in my country so i thought ah ha fly in the ointment and it was a additional reason for me to discontinue

PS its a little fuzzy now i didn't think i was going to explain it so you should research it in depth before you start
 

weesie

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Old bag lady with a laptop
Well these comments don't sound too good! I have gotten a couple of e-mails from the CWC group touting how great and cheap this option is and how I will be able to get and use an Okpay debit card to access any withdrawal. It also said a withdrawal from the casino to okpay would be instant!

see below:

""""""""""""""""""Hi [--FIRSTNAME--],

OKPAY is the quickest, cheapest and easiest way to withdraw funds from your casino account.

Instant and Free Transfers

Transfers to and from your casino balance using OKPAY are available instantly - no more waiting for transfers to clear or credit card declines. Plus we cover all the fees for wallet transactions.

Easy Withdrawals

OKPAY offers fast and easy withdrawals anywhere in the World. Wire Transfer the funds direct to your bank, or order a Western Union / MoneyGram and collect the cash from your local store.

Instant Cash Access

You can even order an OKPAY debit card to make ATM withdrawals or purchases against your OKPAY balance. With this card the funds in your casino account could be cash in your pocket within minutes!

30 Second Signup

Creating your OKPAY account is so quick and simple. Just visit their signup page, enter your name, email address and create a password - you are now ready to start accepting funds!

Fully Guaranteed

OKPAY guarantees the balance of your account by holding hard currency in offshore bank accounts to the total value of all their client accounts.

So the next time you cash out choose OKPAY!

Kind Regards
Tom""""""""""""""""""""
 

harrys99

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 26, 2011
Location
Wherever I Want
Weesie-

I think once you get the debit card it will be great for withdrawing as they are suggesting. But you can't just order an OKpay debit card.

You have to purchase it by funding your wallet/account. That is the part I am stumped on.

I currently have a support ticket in place trying to get OKpay to verify the cost of doing this through my bank account.

If I understand correctly the cost of the card is $15 and the fee is $12. Not sure what then my bank would charge on top of that.:confused:

Also was suggested to make a withdraw to OK and then use that to buy the card. Still working on it.
 

MaryJean

Dormant account
Joined
Jan 30, 2011
Location
Northern California
Another suggestion

Weesie-

I think once you get the debit card it will be great for withdrawing as they are suggesting. But you can't just order an OKpay debit card.

You have to purchase it by funding your wallet/account. That is the part I am stumped on.

I currently have a support ticket in place trying to get OKpay to verify the cost of doing this through my bank account.

If I understand correctly the cost of the card is $15 and the fee is $12. Not sure what then my bank would charge on top of that.:confused:

Also was suggested to make a withdraw to OK and then use that to buy the card. Still working on it.



Hi-----I know I've mentioned this before---but PasteandPay are still the best at least for 3Dice as far as I can see.

However---I see that you are more concerned about withdrawal than anything else. May I suggest that you check the 3Dice cashier's page. Look under withdrawal and you will see an option entitled "Check". When you click on that to withdraw, there is an additional option entitled "Cash". If you choose that it will be delivered directly to you.---Nothing to cash----no card to take to ATM----I find it just the ticket!

Since you use a PO Box however, I would check with Anna to be sure they will send it to a PO Box.

As I mentioned before, I gave up on OKpay a long time ago, and I would never retry.

Good Luck

MaryJean
 

harrys99

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 26, 2011
Location
Wherever I Want
Hi-----I know I've mentioned this before---but PasteandPay are still the best at least for 3Dice as far as I can see.

However---I see that you are more concerned about withdrawal than anything else. May I suggest that you check the 3Dice cashier's page. Look under withdrawal and you will see an option entitled "Check". When you click on that to withdraw, there is an additional option entitled "Cash". If you choose that it will be delivered directly to you.---Nothing to cash----no card to take to ATM----I find it just the ticket!

Since you use a PO Box however, I would check with Anna to be sure they will send it to a PO Box.

As I mentioned before, I gave up on OKpay a long time ago, and I would never retry.

Good Luck

MaryJean

Thanks Mary Jean-have had several members also suggest going through 3dice:) I think the worst part is over-finally got OK to verify my utility bill.
 

harrys99

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 26, 2011
Location
Wherever I Want
Finally got a response to my question about buying their debit card by using my bank which would be considered a wire transfer.


I want to stress here that the only way I got an answer on this was by signing up in their forum!


OKPAY doesn't have deposit commission on a wire transfer, however there is a bank service fee which is $12 minimum. So we recommend you to use such transfers if the amount is rather large. Otherwise, please use the other transfers available


Keep in mind the cost to buy the card is $15 + $12 bank service fee.
 

rockycatt

meistercatt
Joined
Oct 26, 2008
Location
Boston
Finally got a response to my question about buying their debit card by using my bank which would be considered a wire transfer.


I want to stress here that the only way I got an answer on this was by signing up in their forum!


OKPAY doesn't have deposit commission on a wire transfer, however there is a bank service fee which is $12 minimum. So we recommend you to use such transfers if the amount is rather large. Otherwise, please use the other transfers available


Keep in mind the cost to buy the card is $15 + $12 bank service fee.

did any official person tell you that you can transfer money from a online casino to a A T M in the USA and then withdraw it in cash form

and if so what are the fees associated with this [if it is possible ]

PS i can remember a disclaimer at one time that said sory no can do plastic card in the states [only virtual acct ]

thanx in advance rc
 

harrys99

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Oct 26, 2011
Location
Wherever I Want
did any official person tell you that you can transfer money from a online casino to a A T M in the USA and then withdraw it in cash form

and if so what are the fees associated with this [if it is possible ]

PS i can remember a disclaimer at one time that said sory no can do plastic card in the states [only virtual acct ]

thanx in advance rc


Rocky-

Here is what they have on their website about the actual debit card.


Please note: the following countries are currently NOT supported by the OKPAY Debit Card service according to the card issuer bank restrictions:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Iran
- Israel
- Myanmar (Burma)
- Somalia
- Serbia
- Macedonia
- India



I am at work-will have to go in later to look at the fees.
 

harrys99

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did any official person tell you that you can transfer money from a online casino to a A T M in the USA and then withdraw it in cash form

and if so what are the fees associated with this [if it is possible ]

PS i can remember a disclaimer at one time that said sory no can do plastic card in the states [only virtual acct ]

thanx in advance rc

Rocky-

Yes an official person told me that I could withdraw from the casino to Okpay and then go to an ATM and withdraw the cash.


Here are the fees you were asking for:


OKPAY Debit Card Fees

The initial cost of the Card is just the cost of its delivery: by ordinary post within a few weeks - $15, by courier postal service within five business days - $70; virtual card - $15. Plastic card is valid for 24 months; virtual card can be valid for up to 12 month.
Learn more about OKPAY Debit Card.

Our Tariffs



Plastic card top-up

$3.00

Virtual card top-up

$3.00 + 1%

Automatic deposit *

top-up fee + $2

ATM withdrawal

2% (min. $3, max. $15)

POS transaction

0% (free)

Non-financial transaction/decline

$0.40


Exchange rate for transactions in other currencies

Changed daily to reflect currency rates


If the Card remains inactive for 180 consecutive days, there is a monthly dormancy fee (not charged in full if this would render the balance negative):

during the 1st year

$10.00

during the 2nd year

$17.50

during the 3rd year

$25.00


If you forget your PIN or would like to change it, there is a $15.00 PIN replacement fee. There is a $15.00 fee for closing a Card account.

* Processed automatically 24/7 withinin a short period of time. Maximum daily total transfer amount is $3000 USD.

Limits of USD OKPAY Debit Card

Minimum card balance is $10.00. This amount will be deducted at the moment of the first deposit and paid back by the time the card expires.



Daily ATM transaction
$2,000.00
(3 withdrawals/day)



Weekly ATM transaction

$5,000.00
(11 withdrawals/week)
 

cpdnd31

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Ive been using okpay now for over a year.. When I win I withdraw to okpay- i leave some in to play with again the rest I transfer to my debit card - i then go to ATM and withdraw cash in hand with in an hour.. Ive done 3000 5000 2200 withdrawals on debit card and I have never had any problems. I'm in USA. I have also used debt card at Target and various stores only issue was once I had a return it took 30 days for the money to be put back on card. other then that I love my Okpay acct/debit card. Ive won at 3dice. get it transferred and cash in hand with in the hour.
 

harrys99

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 26, 2011
Location
Wherever I Want
Ive been using okpay now for over a year.. When I win I withdraw to okpay- i leave some in to play with again the rest I transfer to my debit card - i then go to ATM and withdraw cash in hand with in an hour.. Ive done 3000 5000 2200 withdrawals on debit card and I have never had any problems. I'm in USA. I have also used debt card at Target and various stores only issue was once I had a return it took 30 days for the money to be put back on card. other then that I love my Okpay acct/debit card. Ive won at 3dice. get it transferred and cash in hand with in the hour.

Thank you for that VALUABLE info! This is why I have gone to alot of trouble with this. Sounds like it will be great.
 

Nightfly

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Aug 23, 2012
Location
Somewhere USA
Thank you for that VALUABLE info! This is why I have gone to alot of trouble with this. Sounds like it will be great.

I been trying to get verified for awhile. How long does it take? I input all required informatin and sent them scans of my ID and utility bill
 

harrys99

Dormant account
Joined
Oct 26, 2011
Location
Wherever I Want
I been trying to get verified for awhile. How long does it take? I input all required informatin and sent them scans of my ID and utility bill

You should read all of the stuff I posted about how many hoops I had to go through to get verified.

If you have a good scanner then you should be fine. I had to have mine professionally done. If you have submitted everything you will hear back in a day whether they were accepted or rejected.

If you haven't heard back in a couple days possibly something did not go correctly in your submission. You should have gotten a support ticket that said you have submitted verification docs.
 

queensx3

Full Member
Joined
Jun 28, 2011
Location
usa
great

ok, i am verified, but not sure how to get the money to okpay, other then wait for a small cashout to fund my account, then pay for the debit card that way....... would that work?
 

harrys99

Dormant account
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Oct 26, 2011
Location
Wherever I Want
ok, i am verified, but not sure how to get the money to okpay, other then wait for a small cashout to fund my account, then pay for the debit card that way....... would that work?


That is what I did! Otherwise you will have to use one of their other funding methods which all have fees to get the money in there, which I was trying to avoid.
 

slotplayer

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That is what I did! Otherwise you will have to use one of their other funding methods which all have fees to get the money in there, which I was trying to avoid.

what are the other funding methods? all I saw was wire transfer.
 
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