Depositing Using Neteller
Neteller is one of the most widely used e-wallets for depositing to gambling sites.
At this time USA residents and Canadians cannot use it, but it’s very popular in other parts of the world.
A large number of sites accept deposits via Neteller, and it’s very easy to use. It also has a number of other uses too.
On this page we explain how to use Neteller to make deposits. We have also provided a few more details about what e-wallet has to offer.
How to Deposit With Neteller
Depositing using Neteller really couldn’t be any easier. Simply log in at your gambling site and visit the cashier, then select Neteller as your chosen deposit method.
You’ll need to enter your 16 digit Neteller account number and the amount you wish to deposit, you will then be prompted to enter your “Secure ID”. If you cannot remember this, just log in to your e-wallet account and you can retrieve it from there.
Providing you have the required funds in your account, your deposit will be processed instantly, and you’ll be able to use the money immediately.
You should also be able to make withdrawals via Neteller too, and these are generally processed very quickly. At some sites, you’ll see the cashed out funds in your account within an hour or two.
More About Neteller
As one of the more established e-wallets, having been around since 1999, Neteller have earned a great reputation for processing transactions quickly and securely. They are very trustworthy, and you can use your account at a number of online retailers as well as gambling sites.
Opening an account is very simple because you just have to submit a few personal details. There’s a verification process which can take some time, but this is ultimately for your own protection.
Funding your account is equally straightforward. You can send a transfer direct from your bank account or use a credit card or a debit card. There are fees involved if you use a card, but they are reasonable at 1.75%.
You can also use Ukash or PaySafeCard if you prefer, although the fees for these are bit more expensive. Ukash is 3% and PaySafeCard is 9.9%.
To withdraw your money you can request either a check or a bank transfer.
You can send money to other Neteller users for free too.
If you apply for a Net+ card, then you receive a MasterCard that’s directly linked to your Neteller account and can be used for purchases and cash withdrawals.