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Online Bingo Payment Options

 Allocating money into your online bingo account, whilst not exactly difficult, does leave you wondering whether it’s the right method of payment to choose? On many bingo websites there are several options you can opt for, all of which have pros and cons, and it’s your job to work out which is best for you. Not really what you want to be conflicted with when you’re keen to sort your cash out and get playing.

The Options

Some of you may be wondering why a breakdown of methods is necessarily, especially if you’ve already got payment settings in place, such as your trusty credit card or bank transfer. However, not everyone is that, and you may just discover that underneath the surface there’s a better choice staring you in the face. Even if you’re fairly sure you’re all clued up, this helpful run-down will be nothing more than a recap of useful information. Credit/Debit Cards:- These plastic friends that are to hand far more often than we care to admit, are by far the easiest option for players to go for. The obvious benefit of choosing this method is how instantaneous the transfer of funds is when you’re depositing money into your bingo account – the transaction is normally immediate and means you can start playing without any impediment. Sound great, right? Now for the down side: withdrawing money and putting it into your debit/credit account is usually a process that has delays, and those can be up to five working days. Each bingo website has different withdrawal times, so it’s always best to read up on their terms and conditions, and, if all else fails, ask the customer service team. Bank Transfers:- Much like the above, this is another easy route to go down, that being said, it’s littered with plenty of delays, which means you could be waiting several working days before you have the funds you need to play. A factor that will put off a great many players. Cheques:- Surprisingly, some bingo platforms do allow you to transfer your money via cheques, sadly however, not only is this an out-dated payment option that you’ll struggle to find, the process is normally more lenient with depositing cash from your account than withdrawing. In the grand scheme of things, this is by far one of the slowest payment methods you can opt for. E-Wallets:- Putting the official name to one side, nearly everybody will be familiar with this type of transaction because PayPal is one of the most popular forms of payment online. Although the perks are probably obvious to the majority of you, e-wallets have the luxury of never revealing your card details to the bingo websites you play on. What is more, the method is virtually instantaneous, and is supported by the vast majority of bingo sitesPay Safe Cards:- As for this payment option, it’s arguably one of the safest avenues to go down; there’s no sharing of bank account details and it is a swift and easy process. However, and it’s a big however, it only works for depositing cash and not withdrawing it, which means you’ll then need another means of payment plan in place to deal with taking out your money. Evidently this isn’t something that is particularly useful if you want convenience of use. Wire Transfer:- Although seemingly straightforward, and not exactly hard to do, it throws up a lot of issues in the form of delays, and even fees (a word nobody wants to see when playing online). As you can see, there are a great many options open to you, the trick is to look into each one carefully and then decide which suits your needs the best.