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before most/all sites used to charge 2.5% for visa etc then for what ever reason revoked it, does anyone know if the UKGC had banned casinos from charging to deposit via cards etc?
I just played at a site with 2.5% deposit fee which is just a joke I remember the old days I just had to use skrill 24/7.
ok It's £1.25 I didn't lose much but imagine people playing here regular.
then the cheeky bastards have £2.50 withdrawal fee also. :smiling_face_with_sunglasses:

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Why did you still play mate ? Were their offers too hard to resist ?

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nah lol I went to my bank to see what I was in for the day then saw 51.25 on pending for a £50 deposit like I didn't notice I just clicked deposit £50 lol

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1 hour ago, ryans_slots said:

I just had to use skrill 24/7

Some places don't accept Skrill anymore either,  Corals & Hills to name two 

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Its because of brexit and changed laws etc. with skrill deposits I think, I can still deposit on those two mentioned with skrill no problem. I only once did a deposit where they take fee for credit card I think it was slotsmagic but they can go fuck themselves with that shit.

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38 minutes ago, Bangers said:

Some places don't accept Skrill anymore either,  Corals & Hills to name two 

haven't played on them for ages.

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Just now, ryans_slots said:

haven't played on them for ages.

Yur missing FA 

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All Aspire Global sites charge to deposit, and they also charge a quid to withdraw. Fucking ridiculous.

I know Voodoo Dreams and NY Spins, whatever platform they’re on, charge too.

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The deposit charge was made illegal some time back but I think places like you describe put it down as some admin fee rather than a transaction fee.

Either way, if you contact said casino and let them know it's illegal to charge for deposits or withdrawals in the UK however you word it, you may well find they'll offer you the money back.

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25 minutes ago, MrUKHackz said:

The deposit charge was made illegal some time back but I think places like you describe put it down as some admin fee rather than a transaction fee.

Either way, if you contact said casino and let them know it's illegal to charge for deposits or withdrawals in the UK however you word it, you may well find they'll offer you the money back.

I Must have over 50 quid in fees with aspire, might hit them up if this is the case. Any reason a big company would risk their license for a few quid?

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34 minutes ago, Quicksave1 said:

I Must have over 50 quid in fees with aspire, might hit them up if this is the case. Any reason a big company would risk their license for a few quid?

I don't know that they could lose there licence over it as they are no longer called transaction fee's. They just gave them a new name to get around it, but it's still frowned upon.

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16 hours ago, crazyrightmeow said:

with skrill deposits I think, I can still deposit on those two mentioned with skrill no problem

Not in the UK You can't 

 

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Why on earth would you play on a site that had either? It's hard enough to win with these bastards - same with the lowering of RTP, at least try and get the best situation for yourself.

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I had withdrawal and deposit fees from

videoslots when I lived in New Zealand. More deposit fees right enough. 😂

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8 hours ago, Bangers said:

Not in the UK You can't 

 

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Probably has to do with the fact you can put money into your Skrill/Neteller with creditcards

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3 hours ago, TheBingoKingx said:

Probably has to do with the fact you can put money into your Skrill/Neteller with creditcards

but u can't use the funds from a credit card to e-wallets. it doesnt send.

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3 hours ago, ryans_slots said:

but u can't use the funds from a credit card to e-wallets. it doesnt send.

Then it might be that skrill/neteller have really high fees to casinos. A diff reason i wouldnt know..

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20 hours ago, Chair Slots said:

So is it frowned upon or is it actually illegal?

A transaction fee to deposit with your card is illegal in the UK, Just Eat for example then invented a service fee to get round it, that's what this casino have also done and that is frowned upon.

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4 hours ago, TheBingoKingx said:

Then it might be that skrill/neteller have really high fees to casinos. A diff reason i wouldnt know..

All I know is I got two emails in the past,  1 from William Hill,  1 from Corals,  both were saying the same - Dear Mr Bangers as of Blah Date Blah we will no longer be accepting Skrill / neteller

I use Skrill So I can't upload to those sites anymore but no big deal as I felt they were shite anyways 

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1 hour ago, MrUKHackz said:

A transaction fee to deposit with your card is illegal in the UK, Just Eat for example then invented a service fee to get round it, that's what this casino have also done and that is frowned upon.

Mind the old fashioned bank fees ?

They just done the same, I have a £150 built in overdraft,  If I go into it I get charged,  Soooo it's really a bank charge ''relabelled'' 

I mind years ago having the exact money in to cover my monthly tv licence,  unknown to me the bank charged 50p for the transaction,  Soooo the bank took the 50p and yip I then didn't have enough so they charged me £25 - but get this,  they done the same thing 3 times that same day  when my wages went in yip straight away they deducted £75 

I was escorted out the branch that day by 4 plod,  but before I left the £75 was wiped 

Unstable!

Yeh maybe 

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On 18/02/2021 at 13:05, MrUKHackz said:

I don't know that they could lose there licence over it as they are no longer called transaction fee's. They just gave them a new name to get around it, but it's still frowned upon.

some stupid casino still charge as fee 2.5%

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22 minutes ago, ISlot said:

some stupid casino still charge as fee 2.5%

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UK not on EU  by new UK rules since oct 2020 they can charger 

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3 hours ago, Bangers said:

Mind the old fashioned bank fees ?

They just done the same, I have a £150 built in overdraft,  If I go into it I get charged,  Soooo it's really a bank charge ''relabelled'' 

I mind years ago having the exact money in to cover my monthly tv licence,  unknown to me the bank charged 50p for the transaction,  Soooo the bank took the 50p and yip I then didn't have enough so they charged me £25 - but get this,  they done the same thing 3 times that same day  when my wages went in yip straight away they deducted £75 

I was escorted out the branch that day by 4 plod,  but before I left the £75 was wiped 

Unstable!

Yeh maybe 

lol

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Most payment methods will have a fee for deposits and withdrawals from a online casino. You should choose the one with the lowest fees of your standards.
Good luck :D

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