Joined: Dec '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 34 (M)
im pretty sure moneybookers is free and its ok only used it once but im sure a few here like it, im sure b1gfoot from here uses it and hes a trustable guy and gives sound advice and i think everyone or all the big sites take them hope that helps
Joined: May '08
Age: 50 (M)
I don't think there is a "the best" e-wallet. Check the sites you plan to pay at, look what e-wallets they accept, set up your accounts at the e-wallets. As making an account is free, you can have one at every e-wallet.
Joined: Nov '09
Age: 46 (M)
Hi arithmajik. I have been using Moneybookers for a while and find them very solid and dependable. My transfers to them go well, I use them as a vehicle to transfer funds to other sites where I play, and transfers to my bank have gone smoothly as well. No problems here!
Joined: Feb '10
Age: 46 (M)
It depends where you reside,some e-wallets are not elgible in certain countries. If you look at Bankrollmobsters, they use Moneybookers,Netteller I beleive,so you know,they have to be pretty reliable. I personally like Moneybookers. For example if you use ECO-CARD,you can apply for a Debit card,and withdraw your funds from a bank ATM,or use a virtual c/c to make a deposit that does not allow Eco-card,so they are pretty flexible. Some allow E-check to make deposits and withdraws,to transfer your funds easily and faster.
Joined: Oct '09
Age: 34 (M)
moneybooker for me is the best but i also used netteler and quite simple too both they are good and u can use them bothl only there are few poker sites who didnt allow netteler payments so u must use over one good luck and have fun
Joined: Feb '08
Age: 43 (M)
Well i swear to Neteller, they do have fee's but with all sites if you deposit its in your pokeraccount immediatly, with most sites if u withdraw its in your neteller account immediatly! And the best of all: u get a mastercard pin-pass and u can withdraw money all over the world in every ATM! So u withdraw money from your pokersite and get it out of an ATM 1 minute later
------------ So i problably disagree with everyone else
------------ U only have fee's for ATM withdrawel's, but at least u can keep the IRS out of it, if you like offcourse
Edited by JazzyJeff (Monday, March 07, 2011 @ 23:55 GMT)
Joined: Feb '11
Age: 30 (M)
Awesome thanks for the info guys, I'll definitely be going with either MoneyBookers or Netteller. I'l check out Moneybookers first ue to the overwhelming support you all showed for it. I'm currently using a less generally accepted Canadian site, it's been good to me as it's completely free but I'll need to change.