• Bingo Deposit Options

One of the main problems that bingo players face when it comes to making deposits and withdrawals from real money bingo sites involves legal hurdles. In countries where gambling is legally prohibited, there are restrictions placed on payment funds transfers between online websites and payment processing companies. However, many online bingo companies have managed to circumvent this problem by being licensed out of gambling-friendly locations like Curacao and Malta among others. Some of the popular payment options are discussed below.

Click on the names to read more and find out what bingo sites to use for that payment option.

UseMyWallet Bingo

UseMyWallet is an extension of the popular EcoCard payment processor and is available to US players. UseMyWallet is touted to be among the safest online but the downside is that the payment processing fees are a little steep. Fund transfers can take up to 5 working days to complete.

Neteller Bingo

Neteller is not open to accepting requests from US players. The Isle of Man licensed Neteller is easy to use and registration takes only a few minutes. Transfers take between 2 to 5 business days to be completed. Deposits made using credit or debit cards attract a fee of 1.75%. Neteller also issues cards akin to that of ATM cards but these can be quite expensive. Continuing customers also get rewarded with frequent bonuses.

Click2Pay Bingo

Click2Pay boasts of multi-currency and multi-language support. Signing up for an account requires members to answer a comprehensive set of questions. The site has a Star Rating system in place and members will be subjected to a credit check and separate telephone verification. Click2Pay guarantees privacy of personal details and transfers made are fast.

Moneybookers Bingo

This electronic wallet service is used by more than 5 million users worldwide and offers an attractive referral bonus. Registration requires only an e-mail address and only in some cases is a verification sought. US players cannot use this option. Transfer fees are approximately 1% of the amount.

PayPal Bingo

PayPal was one of the most popular electronic wallet facilities for US players until recently and has over 220 million accounts. Transaction fees are also a bit steep and can stretch up to 3.2% in some cases. PayPal allows members to choose who bears the transaction fees and provides complete security for personal details.

EWalletXpress Bingo

One of the few payment channels available to US players, eWalletXpress allows players to make deposits and withdrawals instantly. The registration is straightforward and players can link their bank account and credit card details to their e-wallet account.

Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express)

Credit cards issued by companies like Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Solo, Switch, Visa Electron and American Express are the easiest way to make deposits at online gaming websites. Their use precludes the need to sign up for a separate account at any of the electronic wallet websites and most portals guarantee complete privacy for the information given out.

InstaDebit Bingo

Players can make payments directly via online banking using InstaDebit. While making payments using this facility the onus on providing security for transactions is on the online gaming website itself. Players need to be thus completely sure of the security provided by the portal before making a transaction. US bingo players are currently not able to make use of this option. InstaDebit is free to use and charges no fee for transferring funds.

Ukash Bingo

A very simple and great payment option for players and we're giving you the best sites where they accept Ukash deposits.

Przelewy24 Bingo

This is the fastest and most secure payment option for Polish bingo players.

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