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How do I Withdraw My Winnings at an Online Casino Without a Bank Account
casino blog
11 April 2015

Not all players have an active bank account and this means that most of these players also don’t own a credit or debit card such as Visa, MasterCard, Solo, Laser, Switch, American Express (AmEx) or Maestro. You will also find that many e-wallets like Skrill (formerly moneybookers) and PayPal require you to connect your e-wallet to your bank account in order to fully activate your e-wallet, so for the players who don’t have a bank account, it means that you won’t be able to use these either of e-wallets regularly at online casinos to make deposits or withdrawals and therefore you will have to find an alternate withdrawal method.

Bank Transfers at online casinos are really straightforward and this particular payment option comes with extremely high levels of security, so the question is ‘how will you withdraw your winnings if you don’t have a bank account?’ Fortunately there are lots of different online casino withdrawal methods available for players, but depending on which country you live in will determine exactly which methods are available to you.

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Plastic for the Super-Rich: The Visa Black Card
casino blog
14 July 2009

Plastic for the Super-Rich: The Visa Black Card

Barclay's of Delaware had a brilliant marketing strategy a few years ago. They released a credit card that was advertized as ultra-exclusive, intended for only the top 1% of earners. Although Visa is a gigantic player in the credit card industry, the small Delaware bank that released the Visa Black Card was relatively unknown to the rest of the world prior to Black's release.

The Black Card was Barclay's answer to the AMEX Centurion, and for big spenders, the added perks and stricter criteria of access proved to be music to their ears.

Only a select few people around the world-to scale-have access to a Visa Black Card. Not only does your credit history have to be absolutely immaculate, but you also have to earn enough money to be able to match Black's spending power.

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