Processing of Payments at Online Casinos

Published on: April 1, 2008 

Processing payments for online casino sites has become increasingly difficult as a result of a law passed in the United States in October of 2006 known as the UIEGA (Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act). At first casinos were scrambling to find payment processors that would allow them to process transactions for their players, and unfortunately this still holds true to this day.

With the exception of a few casinos remaining in the U.S. market taking action from U.S. players there are fewer casinos that have both the banking contacts in addition to knowledge of loopholes, etc… to circumvent some of the measures implemented to prevent online gambling from taking place.

To this day the simplest option for depositing at online casinos remains though the use of Credit Cards. The upside to the use of Credit Cards for you as a player is that getting funds into your casino account doesn’t require creating any new accounts, or leaving the casinos website or software client. The downside is that there has been a large crackdown by providers of credit card services like Visa and MasterCard in an attempt to prevent gaming operators from using them within their product.

Casinos featured here at Online Casino Topic especially those on the homepage are able to process credit card transaction (even for you high rollers out there) with relative ease. We suggest visiting and playing at these casinos as they not only accept U.S. players and transactions from all you out there, but they are also trusted and reputable online casino brands with a great selection of games, high payout percentages and some of the best sign-up and on going bonuses in the industry.

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