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Withdrawal Options at 3Dice

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by AC7X, Mar 8, 2014.

    Mar 8, 2014
  1. AC7X

    AC7X Experienced Member PABinit

    Location:
    Scotland
    Hi all,

    Can someone advise me of the cashout options at 3Dice? I know I played them in the past, and I seem to remember that I deposited by debit card but they wouldn't let me withdraw to my debit card? In the end I just blew the money because it wasn't worth signing up for an e-wallet for the sake of £100. If I don't want to use e-wallets (and I'll never understand why anyone pays such ridiculous fees to use them), by what methods can I withdraw funds from 3Dice?

    Thanks,

    AC7X.
     
  2. Mar 8, 2014
  3. just play

    just play closed account

    Occupation:
    Director of Home Operations
    Location:
    USA
    Go to their home page, top right click 24/7 support, then click live support in middle. They are always there, and they will tell you your withdrawal options.
     
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  4. Mar 8, 2014
  5. Jasminebed

    Jasminebed Closer to 100 than Birth

    Occupation:
    Not in workforce
    Location:
    Ontario
    I always thought that Skrill fees were very reasonable, and people seem happy with Neteller too. I really miss Skrill. Payments are very fast from 3Dice (sometimes instant, pretty much always within 10 hours, depending on time of day), no fees for receiving payments from merchants or making deposits to them. Skrill offers some cashback and re-imbursement of some fees for higher VIP levels too. Fees do vary from country to country for receiving cheques, bank wires and ATM withdrawals if available.

    Support staff at 3Dice is very knowledgeable, I'd do as justplay suggested and speak with them via chat.
     
  6. Mar 8, 2014
  7. ChopleyIOM

    ChopleyIOM Hearthstone Addict webby

    Occupation:
    Kobold Geomancer
    Location:
    IOM
    Neteller works for me very nicely at 3Dice.

    I don't find the fees unreasonable at all TBH, it's a 1.75% charge when funding your Neteller account with a card, and then a flat £3 fee per withdrawal from an ATM up to £500.

    However those fees only apply at the 'extremes' of the casino ecosystem as it were (getting money into it and out of it), for moving cash around casinos (i.e. depositing and withdrawing from and to Neteller), it's free as a player (I guess the casinos must cop some processing charges).

    Keeps gambling transactions off your cards as well, which banks view as high risk activity.
     
  8. Mar 8, 2014
  9. lovator

    lovator Newbie member

    Occupation:
    work for the BMW car company
    Location:
    croatia
    this is one of reasons unfortunately i dont play there,i wanted but seen they do not pay to cc,so i gave up,i hope they will enable to cc withdrawal as its my preffered method because of hustle,i have paypal and neteller would take me alot of time to get me verified,lots of work there,i do have moneybookers,but since it is skrill they cancelled my all documents and my cc info and require i do this whole process again so i am not feeling i should do it again,previously i used moneybookers alot but i heard lots of stories about skrill so i try to avoid it,what should be good microtech casino that accepts both ways credit card?
    i play at 32red at the moment,maybe will play at 777dragon casino soon,what else in the range of these two? 3dice regretfully cannot pass my expectations
     
  10. Mar 8, 2014
  11. AC7X

    AC7X Experienced Member PABinit

    Location:
    Scotland
    On a £100 deposit (which is more than I usually deposit) and assuming a withdrawal, that's £4.75 in fees vs. zero (at most casinos) if I use my card. Bear in mind that I'm Scottish and therefore genetically required to be a tight-arse; I blew a £400 balance at Videoslots the other week because I didn't want to pay a 3.9% withdrawal fee.

    I transfer cash into a disused account at a bank separate from my my current account for any gambling transactions. Keeps it off my account and means there's no cash to be stolen if my card details are compromised. I figure that's a good enough way of covering my tracks?

    Agreed - too much hassle to set up for the sake of a single withdrawal.
     
  12. Mar 8, 2014
  13. ChopleyIOM

    ChopleyIOM Hearthstone Addict webby

    Occupation:
    Kobold Geomancer
    Location:
    IOM
    But that's not how you have to do it though, like I said, as long as you're not averse to keeping cash in Neteller from one session to the next at different casinos, just leave it in there and you don't pay a penny in fees to re-deposit a withdrawal from one casino into another.

    For example I had those two cashouts recently from Platinum Play and Mr Green, most of which I've withdrawn from an ATM but I left £120 in my Neteller account as I knew I was going to be playing the 1st and 6th of the month VIP matches at 3Dice. (An £80 and a £40 deposit.)

    The fees on the withdrawals are far easier to absorb because you can work around them and by definition you've probably won anyway, so I'll often try and withdraw a round figure plus £3 from a casino, to cover ATM withdrawal fees from Neteller.

    Now admittedly the 1.75% deposit fees do add up over time, but looking at my online spreadsheet - (which tracks money into Neteller and money out, but doesn't record movement inside the casino ecosystem because it doesn't care about that, ultimately I just want to know how much I've deposited and how much I've withdrawn as that gives me my overall profit/loss) - I see that I've paid £293 in fees for deposits in the last 21 months, which I don't think is unreasonable. (I don't count the £3 withdrawal fee because that's deducted by Neteller, I just record what I actually get in my hand out of the ATM.)

    And there of course the idea is to, where possible, withdraw bigger amounts, as they charge £3 whether you withdraw £500 or £100, so trying to work towards a bigger withdrawal where possible is obviously the way to go. As long as you've got some self control and don't mind having cash sat in Neteller, occasionally for a reasonable period of time, it's no problem.
     
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  14. Mar 14, 2014
  15. Nate

    Nate Ueber Meister CAG webmeister

    Occupation:
    Monster
    Location:
    Cyberspace
    Just to add to what Chopley is saying, if you use Neteller a lot, you will eventually get to a VIP level.

    On some VIP levels, you get a total of 10 transactions from your deposit fees incurred back to your Neteller account (You can choose the highest ones) every month.

    You will also get 10 ATM withdrawal fees back to your Neteller account every month. If you stick to less than 10 deposits / withdrawals, the wallet is effectively Free.

    I know this applies to Gold VIP upwards - I have used Neteller for some time now. Much prefer it to any CC or DC.

    Nate
     

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