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Better than ewallet express?

Discussion in 'GENERAL DISCUSSION' started by PMM2008, Jun 5, 2009.

  1. PMM2008

    PMM2008 Guest

    Hi Gang:       I am new to the site, so bear with me if I mess up okay?          I have a question...    I use ewallet express to withdraw my casino winnings (not like I withdraw alot) but once I get it to my ewallet express account it takes 5-10 days to get it to my bank account, plus a 10% fee.  Does anyone out there know a better way to move my money from the casinos?                   I am thrilled to be a member of this great site.....Any feedback would be appreciated..                                                                         PMM2008
  2. vacant1

    vacant1 WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    can you tell us which country you are from that would help.
  3. PMM2008

    PMM2008 Guest

    I'm so sorry I left out that detail...I am from the USA....
  4. robsmom

    robsmom WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    QuickTender.com ( aka usemywallet) moves the money pretty quickly but they do charge a $30 fee to withdraw.
  5. vacant1

    vacant1 WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    I've never used QT myself since i'm from canada, and we have moneybookers but from what i've heard it is very fast and reliable, as long as you don't mind the fees.Being from the usa can you not have the money wired to your account right from the casino??
  6. queenmap

    queenmap WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    Depending on the casino..if they offer wire transfers, you can have the casino do a wire transfer directly to your checking/savings account. However, it does take approx. 21 days to get into your account."
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    Quicktender is my choice!
  7. ohbhave

    ohbhave WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    I totally agree with everyone else... Quicktender/UseMyWallet is the ONLY one I use to withdraw.  eWalletxpress: charges 10% (up to $150) for transferring to your bank accountQT/UseMyWallet: charges a flat $30 for transferring to your bank account.  I have used both of these for moving my winnings to my bank account and I have found that QT/UseMyWallet took slightly less time.  However, this all depends on what day of the week you initiate the transfer (weekends take longer) and holidays (obviously take longer).  Also, eWalletxpress limits the amount that you may transfer per day.  Quicktender/UseMyWallet is much more widely recognized and accepted than eWalletxpress.
  8. PMM2008

    PMM2008 Guest

    Thank you all for the replies.  It really helped me out.                      
  9. ohbhave

    ohbhave WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    Just a reminder that in order to sign up with QT/UseMyWallet, you must be invited to do so by a casino that accepts that banking method.   Contact support via live-chat and request that their cashier email you an invitation.
  10. anna2009

    anna2009 Banned

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