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PaySafeCard

Thu Jul 26, 2012 11:14 pm

Has anyoane deposited via paysafecard ? when withrawing you can only withdraw via bank transfer?
I have read about them but i don't undersant when you make an account with them what do they require photo of the id ?
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Re: PaySafeCard

Wed Aug 22, 2012 5:04 pm

PSC is a prepaid credit card, easily bought by kiosks, mini markets etc.
You can deposit in almost all bookmakers with PSC. Some bookmakers might require a fee.
When you deposit via PSC, the bookmaker will require a bank account for a withdrawal. If you don't have a bank account at your disposal, I suggest you leave that option for others.
In very rare occasions, you will be allowed to withdraw to Moneybookers or Neteller, if you deposit a symbolic amount of money via these e-wallets. As I said, these are rare occasions, so don't plan taking for granded these channels.
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Re: PaySafeCard

Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:59 pm

Betfair alows you to deposit by pasefcard and withdraw by mb, they charge you 5% i think
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Re: PaySafeCard

Wed Aug 22, 2012 11:10 pm

It's 3%.
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Re: PaySafeCard

Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:44 pm

When I try to use PSC I recive this message

Card status PRINTED is not valid for this inquiry, valid card status would be ACTIVATED, IN USE or CONSUMED.

Anyone have experience with this problem ?
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Re: PaySafeCard

Wed Nov 28, 2012 1:46 pm

I think it's 4%,


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Re: PaySafeCard

Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:39 pm

Bastard wrote: Card status PRINTED is not valid for this inquiry, valid card status would be ACTIVATED, IN USE or CONSUMED.
I have had that problem also last month. After you contact them they will unlock it.
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Re: PaySafeCard

Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:46 pm

hello has anyone made an withdraw usins paysafecard i see this option avaiable in a sportsbook but never use it.
Anyone thanks
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Re: PaySafeCard

Thu Jul 28, 2016 10:16 pm

simoes, I tried this once some time ago, maybe 1-2 years ago (actually I don't remember if it was ukash or PSC), and the result was I got a code which didn't work. it was a pain then going back to both the bookie and paysafe to recover my money... I don't remember the details but managed it in the end, getting new codes that did work ok

my experience was not good, so I totally NOT recommend to use this withdrawal method if you can avoid it. but that's only a one time experience and it was only one bookmaker, of course... so you can go ahead and try it once and see how it works for you. if you do, I would say it's a good thing to test with some small money, just in case  ;)
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Re: PaySafeCard

Fri Jul 29, 2016 7:42 am

barbero wrote: simoes, I tried this once some time ago, maybe 1-2 years ago (actually I don't remember if it was ukash or PSC), and the result was I got a code which didn't work. it was a pain then going back to both the bookie and paysafe to recover my money... I don't remember the details but managed it in the end, getting new codes that did work ok

my experience was not good, so I totally NOT recommend to use this withdrawal method if you can avoid it. but that's only a one time experience and it was only one bookmaker, of course... so you can go ahead and try it once and see how it works for you. if you do, I would say it's a good thing to test with some small money, just in case  ;)
The same here - used it only once and code was not working, but received second one.

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