Click2Pay is not one of the most well known choices for online poker deposits but it is still a well respected option for moving money to and from your favorite online gambling website.  Click2Pay processes online gambling payments for players in most countries, especially in Europe and the Americas.  The notable exception is the United States.

Click2Pay for U.S. Online Poker Players

Click2Pay does not accept new U.S. signups.  They do continue to allow players that signed up in 2006 and before to use their ewallet to move money from one online gambling site to another.  They do not offer any way for these players to withdraw to their U.S. bank account or any way to deposit except for through a withdrawal from an online poker room or casino.  Since most U.S. players do not have a Click2Pay account the option does not show in an online poker room or online casino’s cashier.  Players in the U.S. with a Click2Pay account can contact the gaming site’s support to get the option activated.  Click2Pay does accept new U.S. registrations for non gaming transactions but these accounts cannot make transfers between accounts that are associated with online gambling.

Click2Pay Deposit Methods

Click2Pay charges industry standard rates for most transactions.  Players must pay a 3% fee for a credit or debit card deposit.  The poker room will cover this fee in some instances.  Players may deposit free of charge from some bank accounts and through UKash.  Credit card and UKash deposits are instant.  Bank transfers take about three business days.

Click2Pay Withdrawal Options

Players also have several options for withdrawal.  Players may pay 10 Euros for a debit card.  Once the debit card is received there is a small fee for each withdrawal.  These withdrawals are instant and cash can be withdrawn from ATM machines worldwide or the card can be used at a point of sale for everyday purchases anywhere credit cards are accepted.

Click2Pay is not as widely accepted as Neteller or Skrill.  It is still an option for many players though although it is not competitive in terms of fees with other ewallets.


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