EWallets have become one of the most popular ways to manage transactions when betting online, and their simplicity, their ease-of-use, and their availability have made them particularly useful in jurisdictions where banks and other financial institutions may frown upon gambling transactions being carried out on debit and credit cards. Below, we look at a few of the major EWallets you’ll be able to use at online bookmaker sites:
Neteller is one of the world’s oldest and most well-known EWallet companies, and it was founded all the way back in 1999. Based in the Isle of Man, Neteller is known for being a great choice for online gambling, as it’s free to use, payments are made instantly, and the Neteller team are quick to respond to any questions or queries.
Like Neteller, Skrill is another hugely popular method of making online gambling payments, and this EWallet giant was originally called ‘Moneybookers’. After a business decision, the company was renamed to Skrill, and it’s now offered at almost all online gambling sites on the planet. That’s not an over exaggeration either; it really is used at virtually every online bookmaker and casino around!
PayPal is the best-known EWallet in this section – and while it’s also one of the most efficient, unfortunately, it’s not available at as many online betting sites as Skrill and Neteller. This is because PayPal are very strict on who they work with, and it’s generally only the major bookmakers where you’ll find yourself able to deposit and withdraw using PayPal. Still, when it’s an option, it’s a great choice, as payments are instant, it’s free to use, and it’s also incredibly secure.