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Discussion in 'GENERAL DISCUSSION' started by kelwil, Jun 28, 2008.

  1. kelwil

    kelwil WELL KNOWN MEMBER

    Quick question here do many of you use the method of e-wallet? I cannot play many casinos using my credit card and always have to use the green dot visa but they charge you every time you reload. Does e-wallet do this and are they safe? I would like something alittle easier than the green dot. Thanks Kelwil
  2. belgamo

    belgamo No Deposit Forum Founder

    I would look into quicktender first You may have to ask a casino that you play at to send you an invitation.  Its the only thing i use.You can use ewalletexpress , but I find their fees pricey.I am sure others will comment about here other methodssuch as netspend.
  3. virgie

    virgie NDF FRIEND

    Quicktender charges everytime you load and withdrawal otherwise it is free for deposits from your acct. There is no monthly fees as some prepaid reloadable cards. I always use them to withdrawal and then use my money at other casinos, this way it does not cost me anything with my money. If i when big over 500 , it cost 35.00 to withdrawal to my chking acct and then another 10 fromthe cking acct. so i make sure i have an extra 45.00 in there to cover fees. but i try to keep money in there to play with.you can load your quicktender acct with your ccard, it will go through and they do charge a 5% to load it...
  4. belgamo2

    belgamo2 Banned

    Thanks for all the great info Mamagrande Virgie!"
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    your amiga,"
    taco
  5. Sookie

    Sookie Mother of Cats

    kelwil, I don't use e-wallet at all so I have no information about it. I do use Quicktender sometimes (if I have winnngs to cash out) but as virgie said, you have a pretty big fee to transfer your money out of your Quicktender account to your checking account. But if you deposit with a Credit Card, Quicktender is the best way to withdraw your winnings to. Unless you want a check from the casino. I use my Netspend Reloadable Visa card to deposit with all the time at the casinos with no problem. They also have a reload fee but with most of the webwallets and reloadable cards, you will run into fees whether you are loading it, cashing out to it or transferring funds to your checking account. If you are interested in a Quicktender invitation, sign up at the new Lions Rival Casino! I signed up the other day and received an invite to QT yesterday. I can't guarentee that you will get an invite, but it's worth a shot.Here's the link to our Lion's thread..............<a href="forum.spark?forumID=89469&p=3&topicID=18395248">http://casinocashgiveaway.activeboard.com/forum.spark?forumID=89469&p=3&topicID=18395248</a>
  6. whiskey

    whiskey Guest

    Thanks mben for all the great informaton!!!!! [​IMG]
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