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« on: December 12, 2013, 05:27:35 PM »

Please I need your help, Since Skrill has cease processing gambling payments in Canada. I am thinking about using these two payment processor such Click2pay and Entropay.

I would like to know which is more economical in terms of transaction fees and also account verification, safety and Financially reliable.

Thanks in advance.


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« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2013, 08:35:40 PM »

I'm in the same boat as you Bobo  :(

I've never used click2pay, but I know entropays fees are a big rip off. They take like 2% on all withdrawals (on top of what the sportsbooks take, if any). And i'm pretty sure they hit you on the deposits too.

I'm looking at EcoPayz ewallet as an alternative. It's similar to Skrill although not all sites use them. Fees are somewhat comparable, they have a mastercard debit card, they have person to person transfer options, etc.


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« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2013, 07:04:51 PM »

Do some research and you should be able to find a way to conduct business by wire transfers possibly through one of those Podunk credit unions in corrupt Quebec or possibly that bank some of the indian tribes set up out in Winnipeg I think it was to run their bingo money through. Just as long as it's not one of the Big 5 Banks they'll just cut you down and cancel your account on the second try (after one warning) either giving you some line of crap that they oppose gambling transactions on moral grounds or possibly leveling with you that they're under intense pressure from the Hoover boys to the south in the name of fighting terrorism and all that malarkey

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