This is a discussion on Ignition Casino, Deposit not working via debit card within the online poker forums, in the Poker Deposits & Withdrawals section; So I had heard about Bovada then Ignition acquiring the former, I thought this might be interesting since I've played almost 30k hands on Zynga.
Ignition Casino, Deposit not working via debit card
So I had heard about Bovada then Ignition acquiring the former, I thought this might be interesting since I've played almost 30k hands on Zynga.
I first tried using a debit card, three times and that didn't work so I went and purchased a netspend visa prepaid debit card and tried that and THAT didn't work. I called Ignition and spoke to someone, wasn't sure if I got the answer I was looking for aside that my last available option is bit coin?
Did everyone else experience this?
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I'm having sort of similar problems but the fraud department is calling asking if it's me and they're saying its for "women clothing" which isn't what I'm buying but the guy I talked to from ignition said they have to show it as a random business like that so the money will go through because USA doesn't like associating with international gambling
October 19th, 2016, 7:56 AM
Poker at: ignition
my Bovada deposits always went thru with a debit card . I may have to try soon on Ignition, since my bankroll is now suffering . they seem to have a smaller pool of players , and many are solid ! my guess is that the sports betters from bovada that dabbled in poker have not migrated to ignition .
October 19th, 2016, 8:21 AM
Online Poker at: Ignition
Game: Hold 'Em
re: Poker & Ignition Casino, Deposit not working via debit card
I used to have the same problems off and on. I solved it by just buying some bitcoins and using that, it works flawlessly MOST of the time. My most recent deposit was with debit card and it worked to my surprise. All I can tell you is that its really hit and miss. If you try a few times and it doesn't work use bitcoin, I recommend localbitcoins.com
October 19th, 2016, 8:16 PM
John A [5,260]
Simple. Guys, right now US banks can't send money to offshore banks for poker. Where have you been the past 4+ years? It's going to be a total hassle using conventional methods until we have fully legalized poker.