Online casino payment methods – PayPal
Joining and online casino shouldn’t be done with haste. One of the most important things a gambler should look for, is how he/she can deposit and withdraw money. There are several options open for New Zealand players, though unfortunately, you can’t find any PayPal casinos. We are about a hundred percent sure that you have a PayPal account, which you use to buy stuff on eBay, Amazon and pay at millions of websites. At this time, PayPal casinos exist, however, only a few countries are allowed, like Germany, the UK or Sweden. Jackpot City games you can play by using PayPal payment and other casinos are in the same line to accept PayPal as a payment option for players. New Zealand players can’t make deposits or withdraw their funds using their PayPal.
Alternative to PayPal – Neteller
When the PayPal decided to leave the gambling industry, other payment processors appeared to fill in space. Neteller and Skrill were the two major online payment services (now they are parts of the same group), and it looks like Neteller is the most widely accepted (e.g. Skrill seized to provide its services for Canadian gamblers). There are no more PayPal casinos for NZ players, but Neteller provides a suitable alternative: you can deposit and withdraw with it, and then move the money to your bank account. Unfortunately, there is no way to transfer funds from PayPal to Neteller, so you have to go the longer way if you have funds in your PayPal which you would deposit at a casino.
Creating a Neteller account is free, and though there are different fees when you withdraw or make a deposit, they are only 2-3 percent, so won’t make much difference. You can top-up your Neteller from your bank account, you could transfer funds from Skrill, use Paysafecard (though the fee is high, 7%) and you can add your credit card and make a payment with that. Depositing with Neteller to a casino is fast and free. Withdrawals take only a few days.
Conclusion on PayPal casinos
Well, there isn’t too much point in taking this too far. New Zealand players can’t boost their bankroll at a casino by PayPal, so they have to think of something different. We will remain vigilant, though, and when we see changes in the New Zealand PayPal matters, we will add the details to this article. In the meantime, make a Neteller account and use that to pay and be paid!