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Alternate Payment Methods

These forms of payment are accepted at most online casinos

  1. PrePaidATM Deposits
    PrePaid ATM is widely accepted at online casinos around the world, and offers the option of an actual ATM card that can be used to access funds at six major worldwide ATM networks. Purchase products and services online – without revealing your name, card number or personal information!
  2. Citadel Deposits
    An electronic check depositing option which requires a US bank account in US funds. No credit card required.
  3. 900Pay Deposits
    Deposit funds to your ECash Direct account with Basic 900pay. Basic 900pay is a secure, hassle-free method of deposit offering a simple payment system that charges the deposit to your phone bill - no credit card or bank account required.
  4. ACH Deposits
    Allows players to transfer money directly from US-based bank accounts to a casino accepting said payment method. Sort of like an easy bank wire. No credit card required.
  5. NeTeller Deposits
    NETeller is an online money transfer service. Opening a NETeller account is like using an online wallet. You can deposit, withdraw, and transfer funds to any merchants that support NETeller Online Payments.
  6. Firepay Deposits
    FirePay is a Web based cash account. Fund your FirePay account directly from your U.S. bank account, and immediately pay with the deposited funds. FirePay is simple and secure. It's FREE to sign up, FREE to fund, and FREE to pay.
  7. Personal Cheques
    A small number of online casinos accept personal checks for deposits, but this is not usually a recommended option as there's a significant delay between sending payment and having accessible funds at the casino.
  8. Wire Transfers
    A wire transfer is basically an electronic method of transferring cash from one party to another done through your bank. It's a fairly simple process, but usually carries higher fees than other deposit options, so it's best suited if you're making larger ($500+) deposits wherever you play.

Ask the customer service staff at your particular casino for their wire details.  

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