Toplists for Specific Poker Deposit Methods
Ever since the passage of the UIGEA in 2006, poker deposit methods have been in a bit of a flux for USA and non-USA players. Certain companies have entered the poker deposit market, certain companies have exited the poker deposit market, and others have adjusted their services over the years. This page links to toplists that explain the best poker sites for specific deposit methods. Check back often because we plan to add more toplists soon.
Credit and debit cards are by far the easiest way to deposit to online poker sites, but only certain poker sites accept this deposit method. Check out this toplist to learn about the best poker sites for credit card deposits.
eChecks are another instant deposit method with little or no fees. USA players can use eChecks to directly transfer money from their checking account to their online poker account. Only a few poker sites accept eChecks.
Paypal is the most widely used eWallet in the world. Unfortunately, USA players cannot use Paypal for poker deposits, but if you live elsewhere you can use your Paypal account at several online poker sites.
Click2Pay is a popular eWallet for non-USA players. Although Click2Pay charges fees for both deposits and withdrawals, players enjoy using Click2Pay because it makes it easy to move money between different poker sites.
ClickandBuy is another eWallet that only services non-USA players. Poker players can deposit money to their ClickandBuy account then move it quickly and safely to the online poker site of their choice.
EntroPay offers prepaid cards that players can use to instantly deposit money to online poker sites. To use EntroPay, simply visit a live shop that sells EntroPay cards, buy a card, and use it to fund your online poker account.
Moneybookers is one of the most popular eWallets that processes online poker transactions. Moneybookers only accepts non-USA players, but if you are outside of the USA you can use Moneybookers to safely move your money.
NETeller used to be the biggest poker eWallet in the world, but after the UIGEA in 2006 NETeller dropped out of the USA market. Nowadays NETeller services non-USA players with quick, safe, and efficient payment processing.
UseMyWallet is a standard online poker eWallet that allows players to fund their account via credit card or bank transfer, and then move money back and forth between several popular online poker sites.
Paysafecard is another prepaid card system that allows players to deposit funds to their online poker account. Simply go to a live shop to purchase a Paysafecard, then use your PIN to deposit money to the poker room of your choice.