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While A few years ago, credit cards were the only way to deposit money at online casinos nowadays many online casinos offer many deposits and withdrawals options, some of the popular options include Alternative payment methods such as eWallets and Prepaid cards such as: Moneybookers, Neteller, EcoCard and more...in the below list you’ll find the most popular payment options and some explanation about each one as well as the pros and cons on each method so you can chose the one that fits you.
Logo / Method
Processing Time Bonus Currencies Deposit and Withdrawal
Credit Cards
 Credit Cards Immediately - $,€,£ Both
 Neteller Immediately 10% $,€,£ Both
 Moneybookers Immediately 10% $,€,£ Both
 Click2Pay Immediately 10% $,€,£ Both
 ClickandBuy Immediately 10% $,€,£ Both
 myCitadel Immediately 10% $,€,£ Both
 ECOCard Immediately 10% $,€,£ Both
 EZIpay Immediately 10% $,€,£ Both
 PayPal Immediately 15% €,£,$,CAD,DKK,SEK,R Deposit Only
 Paysafecard Immediately 10% €,£ Deposit Only
Credit Card
 UseMyWallet Immediately 10% $,€,£ Both
 Check 5+ Days - Both
Bank Transfer
 Bank Transfer 2-5 Days 15% $,€,£ Both

Credit Cards:
Basically, it is easiest and fastest way to deposit with a credit card and the deposit will normally pay no fees.
Visa and Mastercard are accepted at most online casinos. Diners Club can only be used in some casinos and depositing and withdrawing with American Express is possible only at Top Game casinos and some other US Facing casinos only. The casinos we recommend here are all serious and there has been no case of misuse of credit cards, so you need have no concerns what-so-ever depositing with your credit in a safe and secure manner, the major disadvantage in paying with a credit card, the profit cannot be withdrawn quickly.

Important: Although the deposit by credit card is easy and fast, there are many online casinos that offer an extra bonus of up to 20% of the deposit amount using alternative payment methods such as Neteller, Moneybookers and EcoCard. The reason is due to the high fee the casino must pay to the credit cards companies.

These online money transfer services are functioning as a sort of electronic wallet, and are therefore they are being called “eWallets”
Basically, the principle for these eWallets is all the same: you open an online account which acts as the midpoint between their bank and the online casino. First step: Deposits made from your credit card or your bank account to the eWallet account. In the second step, you can transfer the funds from the eWallets accounts (Neteller or Moneybookers account at any online casino) and gamble. Withdrawing profits works great in reverse order. All financial data is kept confidential and in the statement it says that the money has been transferred to the eWallet account and it doesn’t says what the money was used for.

The other advantages over credit cards are that you have a good overview of the transactions, Also many eWallets can be used as a payment method with many online stores and in addition as mentioned before, many online casinos will reward you with an extra bonus when using eWallets as payment method.

Wire Transfer:
In most online casinos you can transfer money directly from private bank account into the casino account (Cashier). This is not easy and unfortunately not so fast as well. Normally you have to wait 2-3 business days until the money reaches at the casino's account. You also have to provide your bank with the casino bank account details, thus, you’re also losing anonymity.

Check is being used at most of the online casinos for depositing and withdrawing. At most of the online casinos you can send a check by regular mail or with a courier. The use of checks isn’t too popular these days and therefore we would not recommend depositing or withdrawing payments by check - this is just a bit old fashioned and cumbersome.