Neteller Introduced in Nevada by WSOP

John Mehaffey April 10, 2014 1173 Reads

Neteller has become the first ewallet available in the Nevada regulated online poker market.  It was introduced by WSOP.com today.  At this time, it is only available as a deposit option.  That will change in the near future when it will also be available for withdrawals.  Players would then be able to receive payouts to a debit card that would be accepted by ATM machines and merchants all over the world.

Neteller is already available as a banking option for regulated gaming sites in New Jersey.  WSOP.com is among the merchants that currently accepts it there.

Neteller deposits may be made with Visa or Mastercard.  This is a great substitute for players that have credit cards declined due to bank policy.  There is a 2.5 percent fee for credit card transactions.  The card must be registered to the player making the deposit.  Prepaid debit card cannot be used.

Neteller supplies customers with a prepaid Discover card once the account is funded.

WSOP hopes to add another banking option for players in Nevada in the coming weeks.  Cash transactions at casino cages are in the works.  WSOP is working to implement this before the launch of the World Series of Poker at Rio next month.

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