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- Can anyone tell me which prepaid cards (VISA) would be good for funding Quicktender? I don't have a credit card and don't want to use the bank. I have an account with Quicktender but have never deposited to it. I know the fees involved, I just want to know what card works without a lot of hassle. Preferably something other than Green Dot, I think their fees are kind of steep. Is there a cheaper alternative?
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I hear some people are still using their NS card...Good Luck to you...
he's problly not sure what NS stand for. is it Netspend? lol
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"Today, most of the good people are afraid to be good. They strive to be broadminded and tolerant. It is fashionable to be tolerant but mostly tolerant of evil and this new code has reached the proportions of demanding intolerance of good."
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Also Quicktender is minimum $45 deposit not $50 (I always thought it was $50 and perhaps others did too so thought I would mention it)
It used to be a min $50 but they changed it to $40. HOWEVER, they now have ACH (Which is new) transfers. But they are charging 8.9% on those.
Hey Bongo, I'm curious, how do you expect to collect winnings if using no banks? I don't believe many casinos want to do Moneygrams and the fees can be nasty with them.
- Hey Gene,
thanks for the info. I have been using ACH for withdrawals (from MG ) but ewallet express for RTG. However I haven't made a withdrawal since June 1st. I love the ACH process, I just want to make sure it's still cool with the banks.
Earlier I meant I didn't want to deposit using the banks. If it's still
cool to receive via ACH, great.
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