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While PayPal is arguably an industry leader and one of the best known payment processors available, only a few online casinos offer it as a depositing and withdrawal option. This is no doubt because PayPal, which is owned by eBay, is notoriously strict when it comes to processing payments to and from remote gambling sites.
A recent eGaming Review (EGR) report revealed that PayPal were only willing to work with the very best online casinos; eGaming Review revealed that while MoneyBookers, another online payment method service, work with over 1,000 gaming sites in the UK, PayPal work with just 75.
As PayPal will only work with the cream of the online gambling crop, players can only deposit and withdraw using PayPal at a few select locations, such as Ladbrokes Casino, Betfair Casino and 32Red Casino. As PayPal is such a well-known brand, players who deposit and withdraw using this payment option can rest assured that their bank details are safe and secure. Furthermore, if you use PayPal to purchase items on eBay, you can use the same account at an online casino, meaning that with PayPal, you can use just one account for all of your internet transactions.
Not all online casinos accept PayPal, so if you plan on only depositing and withdrawing using PayPal, you may want to consider a second payment option, in case your chosen online casino doesn’t support PayPal.
If you run into any problems whilst depositing and withdrawing using PayPal, then you can contact them in the following ways:
- Submit a question to their customer rep through www.paypal.co.uk
- Contact via phone (Number is available once you’ve logged in)
- Alternatively, you can read their extensive frequently asked questions section.