Online Payment Options from NETeller for Situs Judi Slot Online Terpercaya

A while back, we looked at a few different ways to deal with credit card rejections. Perennial favorites PayPal and FirePay have recently been joined by NETeller, but is NETeller really a viable option for online gamblers?

The basic premise of NETeller is the same as it is for the other services: put money into a NETeller account and use the account to fund online purchases (like casino deposits). The way in which you go about doing that is a little different at NETeller, however.

U.S. residents can deposit money to their NETeller account using NETeller’s InstaCash system linked to a bank account, their Visa or MasterCard, the Fcash.com online cash transfer system, electronic fund transfer, or they can deposit money into NETeller’s corporate bank account. International customers can only use their credit cards or make direct deposits to the corporate account.

All those choices may sound great, but there are a few strings attached. First, electronic fund transfers from your bank account will take two to four business days, and second, NETeller charges a processing fee to use your credit card. Unfortunately, much of that information is hidden in the login section of the site and that seems a little counter-intuitive for a company that should be trying to create trust with its customers.

There aren’t as many options for withdrawals, and there are a few more strings. Electronic fund transfer usually takes one to two days, and checks cost $25 for FedEx delivery. (They’re free by regular mail.) …

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