In this section we provide our players with a detailed breakdown of the different banking options online casinos offer. A special note to our U.S. Players: Since the inception of the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act) on the 13th of October 2006, it has become complicated to process transactions for U.S. based players.

The sites is affiliated to can process financial transactions for players residing in the U.S. too. It’s essential that players choose the most suitable banking option. In this section we give you a brief overview of the deposit methods and how long it takes before a withdrawal is processed.

When it comes to the usage of credit cards, security measures used by banks are impenetrable, so to speak. Gambling sites use of SSL (Secure Socket Layers) to safeguard player information from being breached by third parties. It’s imperative that players stay abreast with the latest software technology and to update their PC’s frequently to avoid from being hacked. If you’re looking for a decent spyware and antivirus software I recommend Avast.

Whether you’re a US player or a non-US player and it’s your very first time making a deposit we urge you to always read the terms and conditions first.

Ewallets as Deposit and Withdrawal Options

How many deposit options do online casinos offer? The advancement of new technology has seen a plethora of new banking methods added. Most players are familiar with credit and debit cards but ewallets have taken the cyber gaming world by storm. How come? To begin with, it’s quick and easy to register.

Neteller and Moneybookers use the best security software money can buy plus withdrawals are processed within 48 hours. There are many other ewallets like Paysafecard, ClickandBuy, Ukash and EcoCard. These are the popular ones since they won’t saddle you with unnecessary documentation when  you register an account.  

Withdrawals via credit or debit cards can take up to 5 business days and players must pay a processing fee. To compound matters further players usually ”borrow money” when they use their credit cards to wager online-not good. Before you register an account always look at the amount of deposit methods offered. The more deposit options an online casino offers the better it tends to be.

We’ve discussed credit/debit cards and ewallets. Are there other deposit options? Yes. If you don’t have a credit card or an ewallet account you can use bank transfer also known as wire as a deposit method. I must point out if you use wire transfer as a withdrawal option it can take anything up to 15 to 20 business days before you receive your cash. 

if you’re not sure about the banking options offered you can always click on the ”FAQ”. It gives you a brief overview of the available deposit methods, processing time, security and how long it normally takes before a withdrawal is cleared. Keep in mind, when you request a withdrawal for the first time make sure that you have a copy of either your drivers license, a copy of your passport, utility bill or bank statement not older than three months.