Poll what's your preferred payment method?

Which Payment Option Is Best For You?


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pereblue

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Choosing the right payment method is all about your personal circumstances. For example, if you don’t mind about having online gambling transactions on your bank statement, using a debit card is probably just fine – however, the slow withdrawals are a bit of a turn-off, which is where EWallets may come in handy.
PayPal, for example, is a great way of making fast and fee-free deposits and withdrawals, and with most players having a PayPal account anyway, it’s quick to get started!
Let us know what your preferred payment method is? Do you have any favourites – or reasons why you don’t like using certain methods? Let us know.
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Slottery

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Aug 21, 2017
Location
Malta
Card, it's just most common way for me to pay anything online, Many casinos support VISA direct so withdrawals are instant and i don't even mind to wait few bank days my money to be credited, as long it's on it's way. Not depositing (or at least losing) that much so for me it's also easiest from SOW point of view to have my gambling transactions in same statement than my "normal" income which covers my deposits easily.

Not really in netwallets, just extra step for me, fully understand that many like to use them though but these are right away higher risk payment method than debit card which is connected to your current account (back to SOW point).

Anonymous payment methods like Paysafe shouldn't exist in this world when casinos are wanted to follow all these finance institutions AML legislation....

Never really wanted to use cryptos for gambling, Euros work easier, buying cryptos for some other purposes than depositing them to casinos (at some stage you usually pay some fees, at least in converting them).
 

Mouche12

Kitty Lover
PABnonaccred
PABnoaccred
PABnononaccred
Joined
Jul 25, 2007
Location
Amsterdam
Neteller, quick and easy - and any winnings remain outside my jurisdiction as I use the Neteller+ Card.
 

pinnit2014

Meister Member
PABnoaccred
mm1
Joined
Dec 13, 2014
Location
Glasgow and Home - N Ireland
Used to be Trustly, due to the speed but VISA Direct has made that pretty obsolete if speed if your jam.

If no VD, Paypal - haven't touched Skrill in years (fees mainly)

Even if we could use Crypto, wouldn't - again, don't see the point in trying to boost my IQ by 50 points to work it out (UK at least)
 

Davey86

What consumes your mind controls your life
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Feb 6, 2020
Location
Newcastle upon tyne
Debit card for me always have always will
Didn’t mind waiting 1-3 days for withdrawal and now with visa direct it’s instant as soon as processed
 

Kroffe

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MM
Joined
Mar 2, 2019
Location
sweden
I only use Trustly or Skrill.
Speedy or instant withdrawals, and no delay in deposits.
 

Jono777

Meister Member
CAG
mm1
mm4
Joined
May 13, 2014
Location
Wolverhampton
Skrill. Don't mind the yearly £9 mastercard fee as it so convenient when paying contactless and taking cash withdrawals from ATM.

Don't just use it for slotting either.
 

dealer wins

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Joined
Oct 25, 2006
Location
London the sh$thole
Debit card for me. I would gladly use Skrill/Neteller if they didnt have a 3% upload fee. Used to use them all the time a year ago, they have lost so much in merchant fees since bringing in the upload charge, used to have merchant deposits of 6 figures easily to the sportsbooks I bet/arb on.
 

09237653

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Joined
Oct 20, 2010
Location
UK
In the UK debit card cashouts are next working day the only 'waiting' involved is usually waiting for the casino to actually do the payment.
 

bamberfishcake

Senior Member
MM
Joined
Jan 8, 2019
Location
Essex
Used to love Trustly. Both free and instant.

Then Videoslots were not completing some part of the process properly at their end and it took weeks to solve whilst interfering with Trustly transactions on other sites - became a nightmare i do not wish to return to.

Also had Trustly removed due to problems on 32red which were never resolved.

Ewallets charge and also seem a little unreliable in my limited experience.

Debit card is my choice because i know it works and when its coming.
 

colinsunderland

Experienced Member
webmeister
MM
Joined
Jan 28, 2016
Location
uk
Debit card for me. I would gladly use Skrill/Neteller if they didnt have a 3% upload fee. Used to use them all the time a year ago, they have lost so much in merchant fees since bringing in the upload charge, used to have merchant deposits of 6 figures easily to the sportsbooks I bet/arb on.

If you use rapid transfer with Skrill rather than upload it's free ;)
 

chuchu59

gambling addict
PABnonaccred
CAG
Joined
Sep 26, 2004
Location
SOMEWHERE IN ASIA
I can use both ecopayz and bitcoin both of which are undesirable but I have no choice as most other methods arent available to Hong Kong players. Ecopayz no longer allows me to fund it through bank wire so now I have to rely mostly on bitcoin.
 
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