Until 2003, PayPal was the largest payment processor of real money online gaming transactions across the world. However, between 2003 to 2010 PayPal chose to stay away from the industry, before returning in 2010 in only those countries where real money gaming was legal. That's the reason why many players perceive that PayPal has been among the late entrants in the UK's real money mobile gaming industry. Slowly but firmly, it has been spreading its wings and has been collaborating with a number of sites which have become Paypal sites – only the licensed ones though.
In this particular article, we've put together a list of 10 best mobile casinos in the UK that accept PayPal for deposits and withdrawals.
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
Operating on nearly 75% of mobile casinos , Skrill has to be one of the most widely used and best eWallets out there alongside Neteller and PayPal. And it's little wonder as to why — it's simple to use and offers a faster and better alternative to wire transfer payments. But which casinos offer Skrill? More to the point, which ones are the best? It's all well and good trying to find Skrill casinos (not very difficult) but to find casinos of actual quality that provide Skrill is what's at stake here.
Never fear, dear player. We at Droid Slots have compiled a list of the 5 best casinos that use Skrill as a depositing service — 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
Trustly — Europe's most widespread mobile depositing service — is a simple way of putting your money down at your favourite mobile casino. But how do you know if its at your casino? You could check your casinos mobile depositing page to see if they have it or check Trustly's own website but, admit it, you're too lazy to do that.
That's why we've done it for you and put it in a list that's easy to digest and can be quickly glanced over. Read on for more details. Continue reading
Trustly — the Europe-wide paying service used by consumers and merchants alike carries the slogan: “simple, secure and fast” and it has every right to boast this. Simplicity is key when it comes to online paying for things online and Trustly has mastered this. But how does it work? Is it really as simple as it says? Read on to find out more.
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
Recently, Bet365 Vegas decided to add Neteller to their mobile depositing scheme. This means that players are now able to use mobile deposits to fund their Neteller account, which can then be securely used at mobile casinos including Bet365 Vegas.
Yet, mobile depositing can be an intimidating prospect, especially first-time real money players who are unsure which route to go down when making that first, all important transfer. It's your funds, after all. And what if something goes wrong? Well, it's the operator's job to ensure that process is easy as possible.
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Paysafecard is a strange depositing method. It's an e-wallet that works completely different to any other e-wallet on the market. It's safe, secure and easy to use and yet finds itself as an uncommon payment method among casinos.
Paysafecard has the problem of appearing more confusing than it actually is. With so many pros outweighing the bad, we've broken down everything you need to know about Paysafecard, how to deposit with it at mobile casinos; as well as the best mobile casinos that offer it.