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Payment Methods Still Available for US Online Gambling customers:
Credit Cards (read more about paying with Credit Cards)
Most of the Credit Cards - Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Diners etc. are still available for depositing. Pay attention however, credit card transactions may be rejected. In this case try any of the alternatives.
MoneyGram is keep the strategy to support gambling transactions all around the world, including USA.
eWalletXpress eWalletXpress continues to accept US players. Since January 17, 2007 eWalletXpress offers 10% sign up bonus on the first deposit up to $100.
Wire Transfer (read more about paying with money transfer)
Wire Transfer is still the valid form of the casino account depositing for US players. Pay attention though, only $5,000 a week is allowed to be transferred.
Western Union is a public company and it's hard for them to stand the pressure, but Western Union stays reliable payment solution for US players.
ePassporte (read more about paying with ePassporte)
ePassporte is still in poker business. No official statement has been made but their customer support claims they will not stop online poker transactions from US players even after the 270 grace-day period. However it's hard to get online casino which offer ePassporte as a payment option.
eCheck has limited usage for US players, but still accepts US payments for old players
VoipVibes is a prepaid long distance card but units can be used in for casino and poker play. You can fund VoipVibes with any credit card.
QuickTender (ecocard) (read more about paying with ecocard)
Brand new payment method, developed after all big issues with US gaming transactions blocking.
Payment Methods that are NOT Available for US Customers
- PayPal (not accept gambling transactions directly)
- (Read the FireOne official announcement for details
- (Instadebit stopped US gambling transactions January 19, 2007)
- (It's seems that Neteller decision to leave US market is final and Neteller will not process casino gambling transactions in USA any more)
- (Official statement may be found here
- (MoneyBookers stopped accepting US gambling transactions on October 25)
- (They disappeared in August 2007)
- (Canadian company but they also decide to stopped accepting US gambling transactions)
- (Central Coin stopped provide service to US customers)
- PaySpark (Designed specifically for online gambling but suddenly stopped to accept US transactions)
- Gift Cards (Stopped provide their service to US customers)
Please refer to Gambling Law US website or local authorities if you are in doubt.
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