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Online Betting Sites Accepting Neteller

Neteller AcceptedNeteller is one of the more popular e-wallet/e-money services which is owned by the Paysafe Group PLC. It allows people to pay for a number of items, including funding online betting accounts, securely online.

The service is currently available in over 200 countries around the world. It was one of the foremost methods used for funding online gambling services at the start of the 2000s, especially in the United States ans Europe. Outlined below is a list of online betting sites that accept Neteller.

List Of Top Neteller Betting Sites

18+ New customers only. Min deposit £10. Money back as bonus if first bet loses. Wagering requirements: all sportsbook 3x at min. odds of 1.40 (2/5), casino 50x. Unless forfeited the sportsbook bonus must be wagered before using the casino bonus. Bonus expires 7 days after opt-in. Full T&Cs apply #AD.

*Unibet are the only bookmaker currently offering their welcome bonus to depositors using Neteller – all other bookies will require a second deposit method to be added to get the offer.

New Customers only. Bet £10* & Get £30* in Free Bets. Sign up, deposit between £5* and £10* to your account and bet365 will give you three times that value in Free Bets when you place qualifying bets to the same value and they are settled. Free Bets are paid as Bet Credits. Min odds/bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. T&Cs, time limits & exclusions apply. Registration required.

18+ UK customers only. Register using the promo code WELCOME40, deposit and place first bet of £10+ on Sports (cumulative Evens+) within 7 days of registration. First bet must be on Sports. £30 in Free Bets and £10 in Free Spins (50x20p) credited within 10 hours of bet settlement. Free Bet stakes are not included in any returns. Bonuses have a 7-day expiry. Payment restrictions apply. SMS verification and/or Proof of I.D and address may be required. Full T&Cs apply.
18+. Play Safe. From 00:01 on 18.10.2022. £30 bonus. New customers only. Minimum £10 stake on odds of 1/2 (1.5) or greater on sportsbook (excluding Virtual markets). Further T&C's apply. #ad
18+ New UK+IRE customers. PayPal and certain deposit and bet types excluded. Min first £5 bet within 14 days of account reg at min odds 1/2 = 4 x £5 free bets valid for 4 days on sports, stake not returned, restrictions apply. T&Cs applyT&Cs apply.

How It Works

How do I deposit using Neteller?

DepositAssuming that you have already signed up for an account (there are 26 different currencies available) and you can load cash into your account from a bank account or a credit or debit card, then using Neteller funds to pay for your online betting is a relatively simple process.

Log into your sports betting account with your chosen site (once you have ascertained it accepts payments from Neteller) and then locate the My Account section of the site. Click on this to load it up and then find the Deposits section and click on it.

When the page has loaded, locate the Neteller payment method to fund your account and then you will need to enter a few details in order to process the request, such as the amount you want to transfer into the account and the password you use on the site.

You will also be prompted to enter your Neteller account ID and the Secure ID or Authentication code in order to process the payment from your account.

Once you have entered all the information provided, click on the make deposit or similar button to start the transaction.

If you have sufficient funds in your Neteller account, or you have authorised the site to take payments from a bank account if there are no funds available in the account, then provided your bank has sufficient funds, the deposit will proceed and the cash should be in your account instantaneously.

One thing to note is that while there are many Neteller friendly betting sites, it is worth checking if payments via this method preclude you from receiving any offers, such as a New Player Bonus with the site.

How can I withdraw winnings with Neteller?

WithdrawIf you have cash in your account that you would like to withdraw back into your Neteller account then organising a withdrawal using the service is relatively simple and one of the speedier withdrawal services offered by sports betting sites.

One thing to note is that you must have used your Neteller account to fund your betting account if you want to withdraw using the same method. If your account is not registered to your account (and you do this by making a deposit) then you may need to make a deposit first.

With Neteller, like many eWallet services, there is a minimum and a maximum withdrawal limit. This does depend on the site in question although £10 is usually around the figure for withdrawals at most bookmakers.

One advantage Neteller does have over other e-wallet services is that it tends to allow a higher maximum transfer rate than other similar services. On Bet365, for example, you can withdraw a maximum of £37,500 via Neteller from your account in a single transaction, whereas with PayPal, the maximum is only £5,500.

Once you have decided how much of your available funds you would like to withdraw, simply type this into the withdrawal box and enter your account details for Neteller and, if required, the password for your betting site.

The transaction will then be processed and the funds should be withdrawn and ready to use in between one to four hours, which is quicker than most other withdrawal methods.

Are there any fees to pay?

For interactions between Neteller and your bookmaker, there are generally no fees charged for depositing or withdrawing cash.

However, when you first put cash in your Neteller account (from a bank account or credit card for example) you may be charged a fee for that and if you then subsequently withdraw the cash from your Neteller account into a bank account or back to a credit card, you will also be charged for these transactions.

Alternatives Deposit Options

As an e-wallet service, Neteller has a number of other companies that offer similar services for funding and running a betting account and some of the most common of these are PayPal, Skrill and Paysafecard.

Although all these e-wallet services operate with betting sites in much the same way using the same process and security measures, there are differences when it comes to each. On some sites for example, you may need to make a larger deposit with one type of e-wallet than another (on Bet365 for example, the minimum deposit with Neteller or PayPal is £10, but with Skrill and Paysafecard it is £5).

There are also similar differences in the size of withdrawals and how long each will take to be processed through. Neteller is generally one of the quickest to process withdrawals with many sites completing them in 1-4 hours, most other e-wallet services tend to take up to 24-hours to process a withdrawal.

The amount you can withdraw in a single transaction also varies from e-wallet provider to e-wallet provider, though Neteller tends to be towards the higher end of maximum withdrawals.

Note: You’ll find that any betting site that accepts Neteller will invariably accept the other e-wallets listed above.

About Neteller

Neteller was founded in 1999 by Paysafe Financial Services and its aim was to offer businesses and individual users a method to make and receive payments online, without using the traditional debit card or credit card methods.

Since its foundation, the company has spread across the globe and now operates in over 200 different countries around the world supporting millions of customers and businesses and each year they process billions of dollars’ worth of online transactions.

Financial Conduct AuthorityAccount holders can either transfer their cash to their bank account or credit card to use (subject to a fee) or can also load cash onto one of a number of pre-paid credit cards (again for a small fee).

The parent company of Neteller is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK which ensures that the company maintains the highest standards of business and services to all its customers.

Dean Wyatt

Author: Dean Wyatt

Dean Wyatt is the founder and editor here at Acca Nation. He’s been betting sports for over 20 years and is a profitable sports trader on the exchanges.

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