Casino Payment Methods
Once you've made a decision about the the casino you want to play at, (keeping in mind things like reliability and fairness of the casino), it is now time to think about online payment methods in order to be able to make your first deposit
There are a whole range of online payment methods, from which you can choose.
Neteller is by far the most popular online payment method. Perhaps you have already heard of it? Neteller is to gambling what PayPal is to Ebay. It is a fast, straightforward “online purse”, wheter you need to deposit funds (for registration) or to withdraw funds from your player account. To register with Neteller simply call up their website and then click the “Join now” button. After going through the very easy Signin up-process you can receive or send money all over the world.
Prepaid ATM is a another relatively popular method of online payment, which completely protects your privacy. You get two cards, a bank card and a virtual card. You can then use your virtual card for online money transfers. This card is not in any way linked to your bank account, so your privacy is protected at all times.
Click2Pay is another service that operates like Neteller. You can use your debit or credit card to provide your Click2Pay account with funds. With Click2Pay you provide your bank account with cash and then you are able to shop online and pay with your credit. The website is also very easy to handle. Following the course of the "Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006” Click2Pay does not accept registrations from American customers.
Another online payment service that is well known and with constantly growing numbers is Moneybookers.
On most sites it is possible to make payments with Paypal.
iDeal (Netherlands): Dutch players can now use their online banking access with ABN AMRO, Forts, ING, Rabobank or SNS bank to make instant online purchases.
Abaqoos (Hungary): Abaqoos is a secure e-wallet designed for a fast and secure purchase experience. Payment can be made without displaying debit or credit card information and has a user interface in Hungarian.
FundSend (Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and Spain): Regulated by the Financial Services Authority in the U.K, FundSpend is a real time online card based money transfer service which enables purchase through Visa, Mastercard or debit card.
Boleto (Brazil): Boleto users can transfer funds using their online banking account or by printing a payment slip and paying over the counter at their bank and is a top alternative in the Brazilian market to credit card purchases.
Multibanco (Portugal): A secure online bank transfer service offered by the SIS, which allows online transfers through internet banking or by making payments at an ATM.