Tammy, I found this and thought I would pass it on.
I found this site from another site. This site has a forum so I won't post the name here. It does say last updated Monday Jan 29th but I'm not quite sure.
USA Depositing Method Updates
last updated Jan. 29 '07 - Regulations will be announced at the Federal Reserve (http://www.federalreserve.gov/) website and posted here.
ATMonline - Jan. 23 -
They have frozen US funds and will give US citizens the boot.
Central Coin Jan. 18
- The website is currently unoperational. It was confirmed...Central Coin is not taking US gambling
- Jan. 17
- Not accepting US gambling deposits anymore
click2pay - Jan. 19
Existing users can still use them but no new US customers are not allowed to register. Here is the Click2pay email
(http://www.compatiblepoker.com/Click2Pay+Stays+Open+to+U.S.+Poker+Players.new.htm) we got back in November
eChecks - Jan. 18 - Many poker sites are beginning to decline echecks now.
- Jan. 21
- Still accepting US gaming transactions. Verified through email support.
epassporte Jan. 17-
The guy on the phone support said they will stay open after the 270 time period. The Neteller incident will not affect them.
eWalletXpress - Jan. 17
- Their policies are to still accept US gambling deposits without being affected by the Neteller incident.
- Not taking US residents
Stopped US transactions
- Jan. 18 Absolute Poker verified they are leaving the US.
Merchant Banks - Any Merchant Banks that operate with gaming sites will be closed by RBS and Barclays. This is for the UK.
moneybookers - Oct. 25 - They suspended US gamblers from making transactions.
myCitadel - Jan. 17- Stopped all gambling transactions for US residents after Neteller closed to US gamblers.
Neteller - Jan. 18 - Completely left the US market. This is Netellers press page (http://about.neteller.com/aboutneteller/news.jsp?top=3). Here is the Neteller US gambling FAQ (http://content.neteller.com/content/en/member_businessupdate_faq.htm) page and here is Neteller's New Instacash (http://content.neteller.com/content/en/member_businessupdate.htm) FAQ page.
Nexum - Jan. 18 - They have dropped US players
Nucharge - Jan. 24 - Newly adopted by some websites and accepting US citizens.
Payspark - Jan. 26 - Payspark (Ezipay) is not taking US customers any longer.
Paypal - They stopped taking gambling transactions many years ago.
- They are a Canadian company and don't accept US transactions
Western Union - WU is warning customers that their services are not to be used for gambling.
- Will begin accepting US customers on Feb. 1.
Wire Transfer -
Accepted among most sites.