Withdrawal Solutions for American Players

Withdrawal Solutions for American Players

June 7, 2011.

Recently, we spoke about depositng methods for American players. Today, we will cover some of the most common withrawal solutions that could be used in all major online casino.

Currently, the American online gaming market is facing plenty of obstacles. Recent action by the Department of Justice has made playing Online Casino Games much more difficult for people from the USA. While the act of online gaming is not illegal on the federal level, and the government has no intention of suing any players, popular withdrawal solutions have been confiscated by the US.

The final nail in the coffin for American e-wallets was the government seizure of QuickTender. Also known as UseMyWallet, QuickTender gave players a reliable and efficient way to transfer funds in and out of their favorite online casinos. While it no longer exists, players from the USA still have several withdrawal options at their disposal. Now more than ever, it's of the utmost importance to check with the casino you want to play at beforehand to see if they offer any of these options.


ACH, or Automated Clearing House, is a network for bank transfers used exclusively in the United States. The process is commonly used today for the majority of Web-based transactions, as well as direct deposits for payroll. Online casino players can use this trusted mechanism to get payments from certain Online Casinos. In order to receive an ACH payment, you will need to provide the casino with your account and routing number. Many will charge a fee for this service, making it less than desirable for low rollers. Also, not all casinos offer this method of payment. Have a discussion with the casino's customer service team to see if ACH is an option that will work for you.

Wire Transfer

A wire transfer is one of the most well-established ways of transferring money throughout the world. This transaction is similar to ACH, but does not require any paperwork or authentications to perform, and it can be done anywhere in the world by anyone with a bank account. Be aware that, in addition to the fee that the casino may charge, it is very likely that your bank will also charge a fee to receive the wire. If you're interested in using this transaction method to withdraw, you'll need to provide the casino with your account number and SWIFT number. Contact your bank or visit their website for the SWIFT number. Small credit unions may not have their own SWIFT number; if this is the case, you cannot receive a wire transfer. Discuss the details with casino support before making your deposit.


The vast majority of online casinos offer check withdrawals to their players. Checks are commonly used in our day-to-day lives, so it makes sense that an online casino would be able to offer payment in the form of one. Online casino checks may be cashier's checks, money orders, or business checks. Most will charge a fee for this option, but some will not. Some players are hesitant to choose this option since there is the possibility of the check being bad, and it has happened. Do a little research on your chosen casino beforehand. Use the AskGamblers complaints section and casino reviews section, and do a few searches in your favorite search engine. If the casino is reputable, you can be fairly sure the check will be perfectly fine. Talk to support about this option if you think it will work for you.

See Also

How Can American Players Deposit At Online Casino?
Online Casino List That Accepts USA Players