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    Default Need suggestions to receive payments as a non Sepa resident

    Some of the operators I've been working with conveniently now told me that their banks can no longer send commissions to any US banks, and that they can only pay via Skrill or Neteller, or to a European bank account. But the problem is neither Skrill nor Neteller transfer funds to a US bank either if the fund comes from a gaming company, and to open a European bank account requires proof of local residency.

    Can any US based affiliates here suggest alternatives I can try in order to collect payments from these operators? Thanks!
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    The only 2 options I can think of suggesting to you are PayPal and Bitcoin. You need to find out from your affiliate managers if these are possibilities for you.

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    Hi, as i know some of them work with Bitcoins.

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    It is possible for Americans to open a bank account at CIBC .I know some affiliates would open one account as USA location then after some time cross into Canada and open one at CIBC Canada.I cannot advise the steps but know for sure in past it has been done.

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    Use transferwise or epayments that both provide European bank accounts. Even Paysera does that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldidiot View Post
    superb. i use it although i can get direct payments as i am not in US but just it saves me lots on fees.
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    Good to know. Does Transferwise or Epayments have the feature that automatically transfers all incoming deposits to an external bank of your choosing?

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    We use ePayments to get the funds in many cases or to receive Bitcoin that can then be transferred to bank account. We are in Canada.

    ePaymants is an excellent solution for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casinorep View Post
    Good to know. Does Transferwise or Epayments have the feature that automatically transfers all incoming deposits to an external bank of your choosing?
    i think not or couldn't find that.
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    I set up an account with TW. But I see that that their only option that has an IBAN is a German bank in order to receive SEPA payments. However, some programs claim that they cannot send payments to German or UK banks as they aren't licensed in any of those countries (so they claim). I also see that TW's T&C states that they don't accept any transactions related to gambling, which may include affiliations.

    So this is getting a bit frustrating... Any ideas how to get around this?

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    Good question. I was in the same boat until recently. My solution was to open an account through Transferwise, by first registering an American LLC. Once you get that business account approved (takes 7-14 days), you can set up a foreign currency account in euros, which lets you receive payments through Transferwise's European bank partner.

    The way it works for me is as follows: My American company now has European bank account through Handelsbanken (in Germany). I receive payments in Euros. Once I receive the money, I convert it to US dollars, and deposit the money into my US bank account. Transfers take about 1 day, since Transferwise has accounts on both ends. It's super easy and convenient.

    The thing I also like about using their service, is that they only charge about 1/4 of what I've been paying my American Bank (Wells Fargo). Earlier I'd get ripped off with up to 60 $ per transfer.

    Not trying to shill, but this is my commission link, in case you want to set up an account: transferwise.com/u/lars164. Think I'll receive 70$ or so, once I get three people to sign up through it.

    Regardless, I hope this works out for you. Best of luck.

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    That sounds pretty ridiculous if you ask me. They don't need to have a casino license within a country in order to send money there. Sounds like they're just trying to rip you off.

    They also give you the option of using New Zealand Dollars and Australian Dollars. Perhaps that's a way of working around it. There is one last solution, which involves setting up a business account in Scandinavia. However, that's more tedious and requires quite a bit of work on your end. If you wish to know more about it, PM me and I'll point you in the right directions.

    Quote Originally Posted by Casinorep View Post
    I set up an account with TW. But I see that that their only option that has an IBAN is a German bank in order to receive SEPA payments. However, some programs claim that they cannot send payments to German or UK banks as they aren't licensed in any of those countries (so they claim). I also see that TW's T&C states that they don't accept any transactions related to gambling, which may include affiliations.

    So this is getting a bit frustrating... Any ideas how to get around this?

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