Credit and Debit Card Casinos
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If you prefer to keep track of your payments via your main bank account, then you should consider depositing and withdrawing at an online casino via your credit card or debit card. While not all online casinos allow you to deposit using Visa/Mastercard (see our list on the right hand side for more details) the majority of online casinos do allow deposits and withdrawals using credit/debit cards, including casinos which allow US players. If you use lesser known credit/debit cards, such as Visa Electron, Maestro or Switch, you’ll have to double check whether your chosen online casino supports these payment methods.
By using your credit/debit card, rather than transferring money from a casino, into an e-wallet and then into your bank account, you can effectively cut out the middle man and move money from your credit/debit card to a casino (and back again) without paying e-wallet processing fees. The real plus when it comes to depositing and withdrawing using your credit/debit card is that your money will be withdrawn and credited into your account almost instantly, meaning it’s easy to keep a log of what you’ve paid, or what you’re owed by a casino.
While the majority of online casinos accept credit/debit card, recent problems with Visa credit cards have meant that players in the following countries:
- Hong Kong
May not be able to deposit at online casinos using a Visa credit card. As always, check before making a deposit at an online casino that your card is accepted there.