32red casino, best cashout method for canadians?

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        Live help told me to use instadebit but I don't really want to put my banking info online.. I can't withdrawal with a credit card because i used a 25 dollar prepaid to deposit lol.
        help!
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        What about Neteller or Paypal?
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        JazmynShannon wrote:

        Live help told me to use instadebit but I don't really want to put my banking info online.. I can't withdrawal with a credit card because i used a 25 dollar prepaid to deposit lol.
        help!


        without put your banking info online, only paypal really... however, i think that neteller is secure, i use it.
        or (but you must give them your bank account) wire transfer, if it was some "rogue" casino i wouldn´t give, but with 32red you will not have problem, they are awesome and very trustable.

        online gambling could be much better if there was many casinos like 32red
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        Zuga wrote:

        What about Neteller or Paypal?


        This thread is months old and the OP hopefully managed to cash out by now, but I'd like to point out for anyone else who may come across this thread that neither Neteller nor Paypal is an option for Canadian residents. Moneybookers/Skrill used to be the main ewallet for online players in Canada but apparently stopped allowing gambling transactions from there earlier this year.
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        I have been reading through the various payment/withdrawl methods as it is frustrating to wait 10 days for a payout via wire transfer. It seems there are no options for Canadians other than wire or cheque. Downfall with receving a cheque is waiting for it to arrive then waiting for a 10 day hold by the bank to assure the funds are there.
        Also, I do not understand such a long duration for a wire transfer as I can send one that arrives in 3 days?Is there another option for Canadians?
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        dory99 wrote:

        I have been reading through the various payment/withdrawl methods as it is frustrating to wait 10 days for a payout via wire transfer. It seems there are no options for Canadians other than wire or cheque. Downfall with receving a cheque is waiting for it to arrive then waiting for a 10 day hold by the bank to assure the funds are there.
        Also, I do not understand such a long duration for a wire transfer as I can send one that arrives in 3 days?Is there another option for Canadians?


        It depends on what options are available at a specific gaming site. As far as ewallets go, the two big ones i.e. Neteller and Skrill are no longer available to Canadians but Click2Pay is still valid as far as I know and, while I don't have any real experience with others like ClickandBuy or Ecopayz, they may be worth a look.  I've read that some Canadian credit cards (especially from credit unions) can be used for online gambling transactions but results seem to be hit or miss and, if bank-issued, there's a real risk of having any associated account closed.

        If you're OK with funding sites directly from a bank account, then ECheck, InstaDebit or UseMyBank are the way to go. However, these methods usually have relatively small limits and/or may only be available for deposits and not cashouts. That leaves withdrawal via paper cheque and either bank EFT or SWIFT wire transfer - two different services that should not be confused with one another. The former is cheaper and faster for Canadian residents but most online casinos seem to favour the latter, which may be charged more and take longer for funds to arrive.

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