Ahh, PayPal — probably the most widely used eWallet service in the world. Although it is ubiquitously used for many mobile gambling sites, its primary function is to connect to your bank account and withdraw funds to pay for goods and services. In the age of the internet, it has proven useful time and time again with millions of people using it every single day. You can even make donations with it.
But today we’re looking specifically at which casinos are the best ones that use PayPal. Without a guide on navigating the best casinos, players may end up stuck with a not-so-great casino that happens to use PayPal. So, without further ado, here is our list of the top 10 casinos that do use PayPal in no particular order. Continue reading
PayPal users may have noticed that aside from the standard email/password login option, there is also the option to log in using your mobile phone number and a 4-6 digit pin. Compared to these traditional long winded log in details, a mobile number and pin are much better suited to mobile phones. They’re easier to remember and much easier to enter using a mobile keyboard.
So here’s our quick guide of how to set up a pin and attach a mobile number to your PayPal account, in order to make signing in with your PayPal, even more mobile friendly. Continue reading
PayPal have announced that they’re ditching support for a host of mobile platforms. The online payment service will now only support their mobile app for Android and iOS platforms. Support for Windows Phone, Blackberry and Amazon devices such as Kindle Fire, will be dropped from 30th June 2016.
From that date, the PayPal mobile app will be removed from their stores and will no longer function on any of the unsupported devices. Continue reading
Frequent travelers who like to play casinos while away will have to be wary of using Paypal from next month onwards. Starting on the 25th June, PayPal will stop protecting payments made on gambling platforms across several territories. The most significant of these territories include Canada, Brazil and the USA.
PayPal have defined gambling purchases as “gambling, gaming and/or any other activity with an entry fee and a prize”. Any gambling transaction will be added to PayPal’s ineligible items list. This will cause changes to their Payment Protection Policy and User Agreement, which will affect buyer and seller protection, and limit dispute resolution. Continue reading
Pingit is the one of the latest players in the mobile payment industry, allowing users to send money to each other, simply by using a mobile number. Launched by Barclays in 2012, the free app has since been downloaded 3 million times. Over £600 million has been sent through the service! Its successful entry may be due to the fact that it is the first service of its kind; we musn’t discredit the fact that it is also quick, convenient, secure and easy to use.
How is Pingit doing in the mobile casino industry? Not so well, unfortunately! It is up against some stiff competition from credit cards, e-wallets and SMS payments. Each of these have been around since the dawn of internet banking, making it hard for any new competitor to change players’ habits. The question is: Are we missing out on a gem? We’ll pit Pingit against other popular payment options such as Boku, Paypal, Credit cards and e-wallets. The winner shall be the one that is most easy to use, available to all and above all, secure.
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Welcome back to our Guide to PayPal! We’ve been on a little hiatus, but whilst we’ve been away we’ve be scouring the net for a definitive collection of the best casinos that accept PayPal as a payment method. Every casino on this list will allow you to deposit and withdraw with PayPal, so we’re sure that you’ll find somewhere you love, as all of these casinos have been already reviewed and Droid Slots approved!
Traditional mobile deposits have a problem. Boku mobile and others like it, have always relied on SMS based payments. But there is a new form of payment which takes the convenience of instant bank account depositing whilst placing it right in the heart of your smart phone. With the imminent release of Android Pay and the continuing use of Apple Pay for mobile gambling deposits, is there still room in the market for traditional SMS depositing? Continue reading
Welcome back to our Guide to PayPal! In our quest for definitive PayPal wisdom, we’ve unearthed a potential game changer. It seems that whilst PayPal market their payment protection services and buyer’s insurance as their USP, this doesn’t stretch to cover mobile and online gambling. So today we want to get to the bottom of PayPal’s mystery gambling clause, investigate what it means to players and find out how it could affect your choice when deciding on a banking method. Intrigued? Read on to see what we’ve discovered… Continue reading
In this week’s Guide to PayPal, we’ll provide you with the step-by step instructions you need to deposit at a casino using PayPal. We’ve also put together a video so that you can see the process fully. The steps might vary slightly depending on the casino, but as with everything to do with PayPal, all should be straightforward and easy to understand. If you’re still not convinced PayPal is the depositing method for you, then do go back and check out our discussion of PayPal and casinos so that you can make a good decision! Continue reading
Like strawberries and cream, McDonalds’ breakfasts and hangovers, PayPal and online casinos go hand in hand. With a formidable history, a simple sign up process and a fantastic mobile app, it’s pretty clear to see why so many casinos accept PayPal as a depositing method. Today in our Guide to PayPal we’ll be looking in more detail at what makes this partnership so good and all the ins and outs of using PayPal to deposit at a casino. Continue reading