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Alternate Payment Methods Made Easy


Credit cards may be the easier way to purchase casino credits online but they are not always the most convenient or the fastest way to get casino credits when playing online. Alternative payment methods are an easy and efficient way to fill up your account and they are safe and secure to use too.

Online transactions, also known as 'e-transactions', are vastly becoming the new age way to get all your banking and account payments done. Alternative payment methods make your life so much simpler if you effect all personal transactions from one place - your desktop, as opposed to visiting several different outlets to do the same inane thing over and over again.

Offering multiple payment options on your website is one of the ways that you can increase sales by increasing customer convenience and confidence. Providers that offer alternative payment methods, such as charging directly to a web wallet, electronic funds transfer (EFTs), and electronic checks, handle these transactions through a secure server or a payment gateway that utilizes the latest encryption software. This ensures that the information which you provide to them is always kept safe and that they remain confidential.

With an EFT, phone bill charges, and debit cards, funds are verified before the purchase is complete, reducing the risk of fraud and insufficient funds returns. At most online casinos there is usually a Banking section which will lead you to a "Deposit" page that lists all the preferred alternative payment methods like NETeller, Click2Pay and PrePaid ATM. Other ways of taking payment online includes person-to-person, mobile commerce, pre-paid cash cards and micro-billing payment solutions.

These purchasing options are completely hassle-free, fast and most online casinos and poker rooms will give you an added incentive for using them. These could be in the form of free credits, bonuses and other promotions that are on-going and rather rewarding if you are a regular player.

Credit cards may still be the most common method of payment for online purchases, but other industry-leading payment options are available at your fingertips. You are afforded better service and more choice online so take the time out to familiarize yourself with your preferred payment method and make the better choice. Now you'll have more time for playing online and less time worrying about the amount of credits you have left - doesn't that make you feel good.

Lilly Dice is a journalist who writes for the Online Gambling Doctor and Online Poker Doctor. Dubbed Lil' Dice on her websites, she has gained experience in the news and entertainment industry and has a background in broadcast and online journalism.


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