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    Default Need bank account for gambling payments

    My home bank doesn't like gambling payments so I need an alternative.
    The brand that I work with, only has bank wire as payment option (no skrill unfortunately).

    Can somebody recommend me a site that offers bank accounts (with IBAN) and has no problem with gambling payments?
    I know that revolut and transferwise don't accept gambling.

    I am from Europe. Please recommend me a few alternatives because my country is not always accepted on these sites.

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    Hi, pls take a look and create an account here - https://paysera.com/

    They accept payments from gambling companies - SEPA payments too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter8 View Post
    Hi, pls take a look and create an account here - https://paysera.com/

    They accept payments from gambling companies - SEPA payments too.
    Looks exactly what I am looking for. I am contacting them now.
    Let me know if you have any other alternatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifter8 View Post
    Hi, pls take a look and create an account here - https://paysera.com/

    They accept payments from gambling companies - SEPA payments too.
    So is this just like an online bank account? I cant see what financial body governs them.

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    SO the bank who stands behind Paysera is Central Bank of Lietuva.

    I hope this link will be helpful - https://www.paysera.com/v2/en-GB/about
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    I use Transferwise. Works very well.
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    I use both Paysera and TransferWise. Both work like a charm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan Roman View Post
    I use both Paysera and TransferWise. Both work like a charm.
    Both have in their ToS that they don't accept gambling. How can you use it without problems?
    Are you receiving the payments directly from the gambling companies? i.e can you see their actual name on the statement?

    If the are paying through other services, then maybe you're lucky it goes under the radar.

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    I am speaking from my experience. Yes, receiving affiliate payments directly from online casinos, i.e. the companies they use to process payments.
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    Ha.. TransferWise still performs gambling related payments? Interesting, we've had some issues about 2 months ago and it was becoming tricky, they blocked some payments etc.

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    can you say which ones specifically?
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    Quote Originally Posted by detor View Post
    Ha.. TransferWise still performs gambling related payments? Interesting, we've had some issues about 2 months ago and it was becoming tricky, they blocked some payments etc.
    They don't. I checked the TOS. I also PMed the guys in this thread and turns out they only managed to get the money because it is not an abvious gambling related payment.

    Do you know any other alternatives?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Book of Ra pPortal View Post
    Try https://transferwise.com/, its a great payment option!
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    I think epayments still lets you receive bank wires with EU bank details...

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    Highly recommend Lloyds International: https://islandscommercial.lloydsbank.com

    There are no monthly fees (when you pay in 1000+ per month), and you can open EUR, GBP and USD accounts with separate sortcode/account numbers all through online banking. That way you can receive affiliate commissions to the correct currency without losing any in conversions.

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    Yes I know there are many epayments sites however I need one that has no problems with gambling related payments. Are you sure that epayments and lloydsbank are ok with gambling payments?

    BTW I just read that epayments suspended all activities.

    How do you guys withdraw your affiliate commissions? I've used skrill in the past but it's not the best method in my country.

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    What you are asking makes no sense. There are always problems in everything. Especially in banking&gambling together, it is a minefield.
    There is no bank that will say, yes gambling is welcome, come to us and especially since nobody wants to pay 100+ USD/transaction or thousands of monthly fees or make big business for the bank.

    Banks do not want gambling and will never want gambling consciously, if you are not ready to spend money. First say what is your monthly budget for fees, if you want that "no problem banking".

    I pay those high fees now and even I am asking whether it is worth of it. For most makes sense simply bank hopping, concealing, using chains like payment to Skrill, then through card to the bank account etc. But with every world problem, with every new disaster, the banking will be just harder and harder to be done.

    Few years ago, banking took me literally zero seconds. Money just flew in. Today I am spending many hours monthly just collecting the payments and those hours are spread during whole month, because I can withdraw few thousands here, then wait 24 hours and repeat and so on. And I have no doubts this will get just worse.

    Also makes no sense asking info, which retail bank is still good. Nobody sane will tell you if he is still lucky somewhere. 1 hidden affilite = probability of problems 1X. 2 affiliates at the same bank = probability of problems 2X.

    CasinoDefence gave you solid advice. What is your problem with that? Why are you asking again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    What you are asking makes no sense. There are always problems in everything. Especially in banking&gambling together, it is a minefield.
    There is no bank that will say, yes gambling is welcome, come to us and especially since nobody wants to pay 100+ USD/transaction or thousands of monthly fees or make big business for the bank.

    Banks do not want gambling and will never want gambling consciously, if you are not ready to spend money. First say what is your monthly budget for fees, if you want that "no problem banking".

    I pay those high fees now and even I am asking whether it is worth of it. For most makes sense simply bank hopping, concealing, using chains like payment to Skrill, then through card to the bank account etc. But with every world problem, with every new disaster, the banking will be just harder and harder to be done.

    Few years ago, banking took me literally zero seconds. Money just flew in. Today I am spending many hours monthly just collecting the payments and those hours are spread during whole month, because I can withdraw few thousands here, then wait 24 hours and repeat and so on. And I have no doubts this will get just worse.

    Also makes no sense asking info, which retail bank is still good. Nobody sane will tell you if he is still lucky somewhere. 1 hidden affilite = probability of problems 1X. 2 affiliates at the same bank = probability of problems 2X.

    CasinoDefence gave you solid advice. What is your problem with that? Why are you asking again?
    This pretty much answers my questions. Thanks.

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    Has ePayments back to normal?

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