eWallet Banking at US Online Casinos
eWallet banking at online casinos is now one of the most preferred ways for online casino players to get money into their accounts. The great thing about using eWallets at online casinos is that they are free to sign up to and they are generally free to use. In addition to being able to deposit funds into your account, you can also use your eWallet to make withdrawals as well. There are lots of different eWallets available online today, but US players generally DO NOT have access to the vast majority that are currently available.
US players can generally use ones like eWalletXpress and UseMyWallet, but you need to check with the casino that you can use either of these methods prior to actually using them. eWallets are also often referred to as e-Wallets or Web Wallets, but however they are labelled they are one in the same. Some of the most famous eWallets in the world include NETELLER, Skrill (formerly moneybookers) and PayPal, plus there are several other reliable e-wallets available online today and new ones seem to be popping up all the time.
If you are not sure as to whether you are allowed to use a certain eWallet at an online casino, the best thing to do would be to contact the casino’s customer support and then ask them whether you can or not. You will need to tell the support where you are playing from and they should be able to let you know straight away. If you get the green light to use certain eWallets, you will be able to enjoy fee transactions and almost instant transactions. Deposits usually take just seconds when using most eWallets, but withdrawals can take anywhere from just a few hours up to no more than 48 hours.
To use an eWallet in an online casino you must first select the appropriate eWallet from within the cashier/banking section of the casino. When you go ahead and use an eWallet for the very first time at an online casino you will be required to enter your eWallet account number, the amount in which you would like to deposit and also your security number which is usually six digits long (with most eWallets anyway). Once you have confirmed the information, the funds should arrive in your account in just seconds. A withdrawal is basically the same, but in reverse.