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A debit card is a plastic card that can be used to spend funds held in a linked bank account. Today they are typically branded with a credit card logo and can be run as a credit card at any participating merchant. For online casino players, a debit card continues to be one of the most convenient ways to deposit money into an account at the vast majority of all casinos.


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    Disclaimer for US Players

    If you are an online casino player in the United States, you are encouraged not to use your standard debit card to play online. Because of UIGEA regulations, the bank may be forced to close your account if they suspect your are gambling online. Instead, consider using a prepaid debit card from an independent merchant, or at least have a separate account for gambling purposes.

    Getting a Debit Card

    Debit cards continue to be one of the most popular payment methods internationally. When you set up an account with a bank or credit union, they will almost certainly mail you a debit card that you can use to purchase goods and services with that money. After you make the account, it can take several business days for the card to be mailed to your address.

    Depositing with Debit Card

    If you'd like to deposit into an online casino with your debit card, you'll first one to check what credit card brand your debit card uses. Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, Cirrus, American Express, JCB, Dankort, and UnionPay are a few examples. Then check to make sure the casino of your choice offers that credit card as a payment method. If they do, log into your real money account, choose “credit card” or the brand of your card from the available payment options, and complete your deposit.

    You will need to provide sensitive information to complete this deposit, such as your card number. Some casinos may charge a credit card processing fee as well.

    Advantages of Debit Card

    A debit card continues to be one of the simplest ways to deposit into an online casino. Once you have the card in hand, it's simply a matter of going into the casino, entering your card information, and making the deposit. The funds are almost always available instantly, and you don't have to complete any registration forms with any third party.

    A debit card is also almost always accepted at any given online casino. As long as it is branded by some credit card company, you should not have any problems using your card to deposit.

    Disadvantages of Debit Card

    The primary disadvantage of using your debit card to deposit online is the fact that it does expose you to some risk. Since you must provide information about your card each time you deposit, there is always a tiny chance that it will find its way out into the Internet. However, most online casinos use industry standard safety technology to prevent this. The best way to protect yourself is to keep your computer clean of viruses.

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