Casinos that accept Lobanet
On this page we list casinos that accept LobaNet for banking transactions, either for deposits into or withdrawals out of your casino account. By default the list is sorted by our rating of the casino.
List of casinos that support LobaNet transactions
Lobanet is an online payment system geared exclusively to players in Central and South American countries. More precisely, it is available to players gaming in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay. According to a third-party source, Lobanet will soon also become available in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, and Venezuela. If the service continues to grow it appears to be safe to assume that it will encompass most of the western hemisphere.
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LobaNet payments at online casinos
***Please note that the information written here on Lobanet is limited to a few third-party sources and readers should therefore proceed with caution when determining whether or not to use this service.***
Information on how Lobanet works is scant, but it appears to be an online payment service that enables users to pay for services using their bank accounts at home. Presumably, users need to create an online account, link said account with the appropriate bank information, and then use Lobanet to pay for services wherever it is accepted. The system apparently does not charge users any fees.
There are a few drawbacks to using Lobanet: The first is that it is only available in a few countries. The second is that it is unclear how established the service is. Thirdly, that it only enables payment directly from bank accounts limits its use. Fourthly, it does not appear as though gamers can make withdrawals to their Lobanet accounts. Perhaps the biggest shortcoming of the system – for now, anyway – is that to so little information is available on Lobanet at all. It is, therefore, hard for us to recommend it (or not recommend it) as a payment option. Until we know more, we would recommend using an alternative banking method.