Originally Posted by Kaedyn2007
1. US credit cards dont work on internet gambling sites
Not necessarily true. I have a US issued VISA
that deposits just fine on FT and SportsBook.
2. This is reloadable with NO interest
No other reloadable cards charge interest, nor should they since it's your money and not credit. Other examples that are reported to work with poker sites
are Simon and All Access reloadable cards.
3. Some of us dont have good credit therefore a credit |
card is out of the question
Now that I can't argue with, I guess.
4. The 10 is a monthly fee so that all your transactions r |
free, thats cheaper than a bank acct AND u can direct
deposit to your card
Definitely NOT true about being cheaper than a bank acct. I'm not sure I know anyone these days who pays $10/mo for an ordinary checking account. I pay $7/mo for a "premium" interest bearing checking account with free online banking and no ATM fees. Due to competition, most banks gave up on the fees for basic checking accounts years ago. That said, eChecks are reported to be suspended on Stars and FT right now, so I guess for those sites bank accounts are currently a no-go too.
As far as withdrawing directly to the card, that would be a bonus for some people I guess, but FT lets me withdraw up to $950/week directly to my bank account, or $5000/week via paper check. Haven't attempting to withdraw from Stars yet as I'm still nursing my BR back to health on there, but I hear it's pretty easy to withdraw too. I don't mind waiting a few days for a check, personally.
Those are some reasons why it's hard for many of us to justify a $10/month fee.