Where can I use Neteller?

sripal32

Dormant account
Hi Meister,

Are there any online businesses (other than casino's, poker rooms or gambling domains) where I can use my Neteller account? Any possibility of neteller doing what PayPal does?

I would appreciate if I can get any help on this.

Thanks,
Srip
 

Casinomeister

Forum Cheermeister
Staff member
I know there are other businesses besides casinos who use Neteller, but I'm unsure of which ones. I'll see if I can find out anything.
 

amatrine

Crazy Cat Lady
webmeister
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As long as ebay does not use them. Would not want them getting any ideas in taking them over too,lol

Ama
 

Bruce Hamilton

Dormant account
According to the Neteller website, there are 1,700 merchants. Wish they'd list a few like PayPal does. As for eBay purchasing Neteller, I seriously doubt that would happen... They dropped their own online payment service in favor of PayPal. Adding Neteller would be a waste of eBay's money. I'd be more worried about
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buying it.
 

Casinomeister

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I've just heard back from Neteller. Unfortunately, their client list is not dispersible, but 15% of their clients are non-casino related.
 

thelawnet

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Casinomeister said:
I've just heard back from Neteller. Unfortunately, their client list is not dispersible, but 15% of their clients are non-casino related.
Those would be the sports books then.

Haven't seen any non-gambling related ones....
 

Simmo!

Moderator
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Doesn't really answer your question but:

The company’s expansion into Europe and Asia will enable Neteller to broaden its merchant base and diversify its revenue source. The company will target further online operations such as stockbroking and travel companies, which require the same level of fraud control and customer audit services, while enabling their customers to deposit, withdraw and transfer funds. The Company also sees Pier to Pier money transfer as a major use of its operating system.
...taken from
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which is quite an interesting read actually. So actually, it could well compete with Paypal on the p2p front.
 

GrandMaster

Ueber Meister
CAG
The Company also sees Pier to Pier money transfer as a major use of its operating system.
Like transferring money from Brighton Pier to Blackpool Pier?
 

amatrine

Crazy Cat Lady
webmeister
"I'd be more worried about Golden Palace buying it."


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That is so true. Sad but true. I still can not get over the fact they paid someone to name thier child after them.....

Ama
 

Bruce Hamilton

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amatrine said:
I still can not get over the fact they paid someone to name thier child after them.....
They've also paid someone to change her own name to Golden Palace, tattooed their domain name on someone's forehead, etc... All these idiots placed autions on eBay offering to do these things, and it's advertising for GP.
 

Webzcas

Winter is Coming!
sripal32 said:
Hi Meister,

Are there any online businesses (other than casino's, poker rooms or gambling domains) where I can use my Neteller account? Any possibility of neteller doing what PayPal does?

I would appreciate if I can get any help on this.

Thanks,
Srip
If you upgrade your neteller account which doesn't cost a penny, you can apply for a Neteller Debit Card - which you can then transfer money directly to and use at all points of sale including websites that accept Maestro. Also you can then withdraw cash direct from ATM's that accept Maestro Cards. There is however a commission charge for transferring to the Neteller Debit Card and a further charge for using it at ATM's.

Hope this helps.
 

sripal32

Dormant account
Thank You

Thank you gentlemen for all your replies.

The reason I asked this question is to use my neteller balance to a maximum. Other than withdrawing through a bank account (which cost $1 per transaction), the fees for other options is high (2% is high if you consider getting 1000 $$ outta there). With debit card option, not only you have to pay Neteller for using it, but also the bank through which you take the cash out.

Once again thank you for your replies.

Cheers!
Srip
 
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