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17 October 2019 - 12:25am

Question for Canadians when you withdraw winnings

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I am wondering if there are any specific brands of Mastercard or Visa prepaid type cards that work on these casino sites to withdraw your winnings?
I just signed up for a Skrill account because I see their logo on almost every gambling website, and yet when I go to deposit money on it it says, "Please note that the money uploaded with this card cannot be used for gambling transactions (e.g. casino, sportsbetting, poker).". I am new to this world and before I go and try another method, I am hoping for some suggestions. I would rather not use my banking info info I dont have to.
Thanks for any info you can suggest.

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17 October 2019 - 12:30am
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Neteller asking me if the purpose for account is gambling or non gambling...
what difference would that make?

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17 October 2019 - 12:33am
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There are other e-wallet services similar to Skrill including Neteller (though owned by Paysafe, the same company as Skrill so unlikely to work for you) and EcoPayz, which may be worth checking out. I know that you guys can use Interac at some casinos now, but I don't know how that works i.e. whether you give credit/debit card or bank account details.

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18 October 2019 - 1:26am
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It shouldn't make a difference for you as the user. You should select gambling, as Neteller would know if you're lying anyway since it would be receiving funds from an online casino site. It is better to be honest, rather than risk losing your winnings.

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10 November 2019 - 12:59am
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Any reloadable prepaid credit card should work. Go to your nearest Canada Post, they have reloadable credit cards. I cant remember what the name is right now, but I'm certain at a Canada Post you'll have no trouble finding the card I speak of lol

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11 November 2019 - 5:07am
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CL-Ed wrote:

There are other e-wallet services similar to Skrill including Neteller (though owned by Paysafe, the same company as Skrill so unlikely to work for you) and EcoPayz, which may be worth checking out. I know that you guys can use Interac at some casinos now, but I don't know how that works i.e. whether you give credit/debit card or bank account details.

Interac online you dont need to give the casino any of your info, click on the link and it takes you right to your own online banking. To withdrawl using this option is suppose to be almost instant with a simple etransfer, this option is also set up so theres no need to share your banking info and/or card. I dont think the casinos have figured out the withdrawl part of interac yet, I'm not surprised about that either.

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