NETELLER


neteller.comSince 1999, Neteller is a global provider of payment services and money transfers in more than 180 countries worldwide.

Neteller solutions can be used by both individuals and companies alike and allows you to make a money deposit at any gaming site without the need to give them any of your financial information.

Neteller protects all your sensible data, and online sites receive payments directly through one of the following Neteller services:

e-Wallet

Neteller´s e-Wallet is an electronic account for paying or receiving money that can be used in all types of online transactions.

This includes online gaming sites.

First you must register at Neteller.com and credit some money to your account.

Although registration and opening of an e-Wallet is free, some transfers and payments are charged with fixed commissions.

You can find more information about them at Neteller.com.

There are many ways to load money into your Neteller e-Wallet. The easiest one is via credit or debit card.

If you don’t have any, do not worry, most local banks offer the possibility to make a deposit directly into your e-Wallet.

“NET +” prepaid MASTERCARD debit card

Neteller also offers the possibility of requesting a prepaid debit card, which is useful to make both online payments and purchases in local shops.

The “Net +” card is a Mastercard company product, so it will be accepted in stores that work with this credit card brand.

You can also use “Net +” card to make a deposit at any online gaming site.

By doing so, both your private and financial information remain secured, because the casino can only charge you from the available funds in your Neteller account.

Unlike any credit card, “Net +” allows you only to spend the amount of money credited into your card.

This means that there is no risk of spending more than your budget allows you to, and therefore receive unpleasant surprises in your bill.

Where to play using Neteller:

 

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