Yes, you can use it for betting in every country that has a regulated framework. The list includes the UK, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Sweden.
Well-known as one of the safest wallets in the world, it uses the latest anti-theft and anti-fraud technology. Therefore your funds are secure 24/7.
In 2008, it acquired a Luxembourg banking license. Therefore, it operates as a bank by Luxembourg's banking supervisory authority, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF).
That depends on the bookmaker. While it is more likely to qualify for a Welcome Bonus than with Skrill and Neteller, it ultimately comes down to each bookie’s bonus terms.
At the moment, there is no kind of VIP program for personal or business accounts. If you have high activity, you can be rewarded with higher limits and lower conversion fees.
If you cannot find online betting sites that accept PayPal, then your best choice in terms of wallets should be Skrill or Neteller. Also, ecoPayz and Muchbetter have gained popularity among bettors.
To deposit and withdraw to your favorite betting sites, PayPal requires you to verify your account first. You can do it quickly following the steps below: Log in to your PayPal account Click on the Summary in the upper-left part of the page. Then choose ‘’See how much you can send with PayPal.’’ Click on ‘’Get Verified’’ Follow the steps that will appear on your screen
Members can receive up to €2,500 (or currency equivalent) into their accounts within a year. To remove any limits, the account must be verified.
Most popular and trusted betting sites do accept it as one of the most regulated banking options. Notable examples are Ladbrokes, 888sport and Mr. Play. However, you should always check each bookie’s terms to check if it is an accepted payment method.
1xbet no longer accepts PayPal deposits due to legal and regulatory reasons. Should you like to deposit with a wallet to 1xbet, Skrill, Neteller and ecoPayz are your best choices.
Pinnacle offers a variety of banking methods, however PayPal is not one of them. Bettors can opt instead for wallets such as Skrill, Neteller and ecoPayz or more traditional options such as debit cards and wire transfers.
PayPal was one of the first wallets that offered mobile payments. Every available feature of the desktop version is available on mobile together with the well-known security of the platform. You also receive notifications every time a payment goes through, so you have full control of your wallet. The app is free for iOS and Android users.
While deposits and withdrawals from your bookmaker are free, there might be a small charge on certain transactions. For UK players, payouts to their bank accounts or credit cards come with no fees at all. For other countries, the number of fees can vary. Also, currency conversion has a rate of 2.5% - 4.5% commision.