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Casino payment methods come in all shapes and sizes and it is important to know the pros and cons of each before choosing which method to use when spending your precious funds on gambling.
By far the most common methods to deposit and withdraw on a casino are with standard debit and credit cards such as Visa, Visa Debit, Visa Electron, MasterCard, Maestro, American Express and others. The vast majority of UK casinos will not charge any fees for deposits or withdrawals using this method and funds are added instantly to your balance once the transaction is verified by the payment processor. When you make deposits into a casino, behind the scenes a lot of checks are happening. They check that the name on your account matches the name on your card, they check that the registered address of the card matches the one you’ve entered on the account, they also check how often this card has been used across the network, the IP location of the request and if this card is on any kind of blacklist. This all happens in those few seconds when it says “processing” and sometimes if they are unsure they will present you with a 3DS secure page for Visa or MasterCard to prove you are who you claim to be and that this is not a fraudulent deposit. Once 3DS is passed there is zero chance of chargebacks, so if you are trying to change it, then you have no case at all if you have successfully completed 3DS and the banks will most likely terminate your account for fraud!
Behind credit and debit cards the second most popular method is e-wallets such as Neteller or Skrill. These wallets act as intermediary accounts to save time and hassle with having your credit and debit cards to hand, it also gives the player a feeling of greater security as you only need to register your card once with Neteller or Skill than you never give those details out again to any casino, instead you use your e-wallet account information. This significantly reduces any risk of fraud and reduces all risk of your credit card details been stolen in the even of a casino being hacked. The e-wallets are more expensive to use, and many casinos will charge a small fee for using this intermediary, so make sure to check the payments page before depositing to ensure you are not being charged for the pleasure of gambling.
Next up we have Bank Transfer tools such as Trustly and Sofort. These allow you to deposit money into your account directly from your bank account and are very popular in countries such as Sweden and Germany where there is a lower penetration of credit and debit card use for online transactions. The problem with bank transfers is that it takes time to deposit and it takes longer to withdraw, so if you are happy to wait between 1-3 days for money in and out of a casino then this method could be one for you.
Recently pay by mobile payment methods such as Boku, Pay Via Mobile, Zimpler and Pay By Mobile have all appeared on the scene with the same feature of allowing players to deposit and charging it to your usual mobile phone bill. This acts a bit like a credit card in that it defers the payment into a monthly bill so that you don’t need the funds right there and then to gamble with. This is convenient but also quite risky and may cause some players to get into debt.