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To start the game with the book or betting exchange, one must deposit money on his account. One can make a deposit and receive payment by several methods: a bank transfer, bank cards, and electronic payment systems. Let’s consider each of these methods in more details.

A bank transfer has a very serious drawback – it’s slow. Four to five days (at least) will pass before the money reaches the bookmaker or comes from the latter to you. Another drawback is a bank fee for the transfer as well as time spent on going to the bank for confirming the transfer. In addition, not each bank will allow making such a transfer seamlessly.

Today, many people have bank accounts and various cards, e.g. salary or credit ones, etc. Ever more people use the cards not only for ATM cash withdrawals, but also for buying online. Nonetheless, for a number of reasons the card would not suit the bettor very well. Firstly, it’s again a slow process. The money is deposited fairly fast and easy but putting it back on the card takes 7 to 14 days. Naturally, for most of the serious bettors this is unacceptable. Secondly, it’s extra risk. The less card details are shown in the Internet, the lower their users’ probability to lose their money. Thirdly, cards are limited to small amounts which make their use inefficient.

The electronic payment systems have only few of the said drawbacks. They make it possible to deposit fast and easy, giving limits for transaction as high as tens of thousands dollars. Also, they supply the users with real bank cards linked to an account in the system.   

At present, most of the books use such payment systems as Skrill (Moneybookers) and Neteller. These systems are de-facto standard for making deposits and payments in the game with the bookmaker. Not all books accept WebMoney, a rather popular payment system in the CIS.

Websitewww.skrill.com

Currency:  Dirham (AED), Australian Dollar (AUD), Bulgarian Leva (BGN), Bahraini Dinar (BHD),  Canadian Dollar (CAD), Swiss Franc (CHF), Czech Koruna (CZK), Danish Krone (DKK), Euro (EUR), Pound sterling (GBP), Hong Kong Dollar (HKD), Croatian Kuna (HRK), Hungarian Forint (HUF), Israeli Shekel (ILS), Indian Rupee (INR), Iceland Krona (ISK), Jordanian Dinar (JOD), Japanese yen (JPY), South Korean Won (KRW), Moroccan Dirham (MAD), Malaysian Ringgit (MYR),  Norwegian Krone (NOK), New Zealand Dollar (NZD), Omani Rial (OMR), Polish Zloty (PLN), Qatari Rial (QAR), Romanian Leu New (RON), Serbian Dinar (RSD), Saudi Riyal (SAR), Swedish Krona (SEK), Singapore Dollar (SGD), Thai baht (THB), Tunisian Dinar (TND), New Turkish Lira (TRY), Taiwan Dollar (TWD), US Dollar (USD), South African Rand (ZAR)

Description and features: Skrill is an electronic payment system established in London on 18 June 2001. At the moment the operations of Skrill are controlled by the UK legislation and all the activities of this system are regulated by the British Financial Services Authority.

In 2010 rebranding began of the Moneybookers payment system which then became very popular. Rebranding was made in several stages and in 2012 the former name Moneybookers was fully replaced by a new one, Skrill. The Skrill digital wallet is in many ways like the more widely spread electronic payment system PayPal. However, unlike PayPal, Skrill operates absolutely legally in most states of Eastern Europe and the former USSR, i.e. Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and others. By using Skrill you can send money from your credit card, to replenish your bank account or withdraw money from it.

Registration in the system is a standard procedure and will present no difficulties for the user. Be attentive in choosing the currency! You won’t be able to change it in the future! 

Right after the registration it becomes possible to receive or send money through the system. But the initial limits on transfers are low. In order to increase them one has to undergo personal verification. As a rule, to obtain reasonable limits, it’s enough to send a scanned passport or some receipt with an address. Usually, the verification is successfully completed in 2 to 3 days.

By making a certain amount of transactions it is quite possible to obtain VIP status, which provides a number of advantages, i.e. the Skrill cashing card, reduced fee for transfers to other users, single-use password generator keychain for improving the security, and a possibility of opening extra accounts in other currencies. 

Affiliates programhttps://www.skrill.com/en/affiliates

Website:  www.neteller.com

Currency:  Australian Dollar (AUD), Pound sterling (GBP), Bulgarian Leva (BGN), Canadian Dollar (CAD), Danish Krone (DKK), Euro (EUR), Hungarian Forint (HUF), Indian Rupee (INR), Japanese yen (JPY), Malaysian Ringgit (MYR), Mexican peso (MXN), Moroccan Dirham (MAD), Нигерийская найра (NGN), Norwegian Krone (NOK), Polish Zloty (PLN), Romanian Leu New (RON), Ruble (RUB), Singapore Dollar (SGD), Swedish Krona (SEK), Swiss Franc (CHF), Taiwan Dollar (TWD), Tunisian Dinar (TND), US Dollar (USD)

Description and features: The Neteller company was established in 1999 in an offshore zone on the Isle of Man (British Isles). In 2010 the payment system started at last to work with the Ukraine and Russia. Neteller is accepted by most of the bookmakers and betting exchanges. The Neteller system is in many ways like Skrill. This too offers a wide choice of currencies, Net+ card for cashing, and VIP program for frequent users. The bettors in Russia might be interested in the fact that here they may have ruble accounts. Skrill gives no such option to its users.

Affiliates program:  http://www.neteller.com/affiliate