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Watch out for charges when selecting your casino deposit option

By mr-casino on 2011-09-14 14:37:45

It is great fun to play at an online casino and selecting which online casino is something which here at we can help you with by providing an overview of several of the more trustworthy online casino sites available to the Irish public but after you have chosen your casino you still have a major decision to make and that is which of the many casino deposit options you want to use to fund your online casino account. It is becoming easier and easier to make a deposit as the online casinos add more and more options; it is after all in their interests to make it as easy as possible. If you already have an e-wallet such as PayPal or Moneybookers then it probably makes sense to use this to make deposits into your casino account as it is just another internet transaction and the cash will be available instantly to play with. If on the other hand you do not have such an account you could either consider opening one which is easy enough or alternatively you can use a debit or credit card. We do however repeatedly warn our readers that using a credit card to make a casino deposit will cost you money; not normally due to charges from the online casino but due to charges from your credit card provider. Most credit card companies will have in their rules that they will make a charge of possibly 3% for any transaction associated with gambling and this will not be the only charge as they will also start charging you interest at credit card rates from the day of the transaction until you settle the bill. This is the most expensive of casino deposit options. Some online casinos such as Paddy Power and Ladbrokes will allow you to make a cash deposit over the counter at their shops in Ireland or the UK which can be credited to your account which is a good option if the shops are open. Watch out for charges when choosing your casino deposit option..