Wirecard - Another payment method for US?

winbig

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I have read reports that Wirecard (www.wirecard.com) works for deposits at casinos.

It's a "Virtual" mastercard, and can be funded by wire transfer, credit/debit cards, and direct debit, which I am assuming is similar to Neteller's "Instadebit" feature. What's cool about this is the fact that you can use your savings account as well as checking.

Fees:

Wire - $1.30
Credit card - 3.0% ($1.30 minimum)
Direct debit - 1.99% ($1.30 minimum)

Not too shabby. Fees are comparable to Neteller, as long as you don't use a CC to add funds.

edit:

Additional fee for multiple currency use

1.5%
 

EasyRhino

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Sep 17, 2006
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San Diego
Despite being from the chuckleheads who brought us click2pay, I got excited about it briefly. Then remembered it won't help with receiving payments, so what's the point, really?
 

winbig

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Despite being from the chuckleheads who brought us click2pay, I got excited about it briefly. Then remembered it won't help with receiving payments, so what's the point, really?

Once the Visa/MC gift cards stop working, and the August 24th deadline for ecocard passes, and those that can't get an invite for other "private" methods, we're going to be grasping at any other deposit method we can find, unfortunately :(
 

babs7262

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Oct 9, 2006
Location
PA
hey Win

Since you live so close, you can use this option because I can

Your only allowed 2 times a month but it's better than nothing. On LasVegas USA under ewallet, there is a 900 pay option. You click on how much you want to gamble $25, $50 etc. They give you a number and ID and lets you bill your home phone.

did it twice (2 $25's) when I went to do it again, it got reclined saying I have a max of $50 a month
 

winbig

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Since you live so close, you can use this option because I can

Your only allowed 2 times a month but it's better than nothing. On LasVegas USA under ewallet, there is a 900 pay option. You click on how much you want to gamble $25, $50 etc. They give you a number and ID and lets you bill your home phone.

did it twice (2 $25's) when I went to do it again, it got reclined saying I have a max of $50 a month

Thanks, but I don't have 900 service - I chose not to :)

The way I see it, is if I can't pay cash for it, I really don't need it....and don't want that temptation :) Plus I don't have to worry about not having that $50 when the phone bill comes!! ;)

Thanks for the suggestion though. Always appreciated :thumbsup:
 

babs7262

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Oct 9, 2006
Location
PA
I know

but my phonebill is so low i dont mind an extra $25-$50, I didnt have 900 until last week when i activated it. It took 5 days
 
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