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Online Casinos in general: Bank wants 1 euro per depositor per bank transfer (Page 2)

Topic created on 25th Jan. 2024 | Page: 2 of 2 | Answers: 25 | Views: 1,856
Malganes
Top Member

WithoutWings wrote on 26.01.2024 at 12:28: C24 everything is free even the real-time transfer ... there is also a lot of interest and the app is also mega. I've rarely been so satisfied with a bank 👍

And what about casinos in terms of depositors and withdrawals? Do they also play along, or has anyone had bad experiences with this bank? And of course they don't offer Giropay either.

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WithoutWings
Top Member

Malganes wrote on 26.01.2024 at 22:22:

And what about depositors and withdrawals as far as casinos are concerned? Do they also play along, or has anyone had bad experiences with this bank? And of course they don't offer Giropay either.

They will also cancel your account ... there is no bank that will ignore this in the long term if it finds out. It should actually be clear that you can no longer pay in or out directly with your bank.

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Donnie
Expert
Targobank charges €1 for real-time transfers. Let them continue to pay in and out via their bank account. They'll be surprised when it's canceled or frozen and they get a criminal complaint for illegal gambling. Let them, there are enough threads in this forum where warnings have already been issued. If they don't get it, it's their own fault

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roccoammo11
Expert

Donnie wrote on 27.01.2024 at 09:24: Targobank charges €1 for real-time transfers. Let them continue to pay in and out via their bank account. Will then be surprised if it is canceled or frozen and you still get a criminal complaint for illegal gambling. Let them, there are enough threads in this forum where warnings have already been issued. If they don't get it, it's their own fault

That's really awesome. I'm sure it's only in the small print...so no bank is 100% perfect, but in the year 2024 one euro for immediate transfers is an extreme rip-off in my opinion! But the fact that you shouldn't use the bank if you play in unlicensed casinos should of course slowly sink in with everyone.

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roccoammo11
Expert

Monamaus1 wrote on 25.01.2024 at 21:09: = over 600 euros account management fees deducted from the account.

Hello dear forum.

It's about the following.
Last year the gambling escalated a bit, which means that I made a lot of depositors from my current account in October, November and December.
Even I find it unbelievable that there were more than 600 lol.

You know, casino current account = not so good.

Anyway, the account management fees arrived at the beginning of January and I was more than horrified.
Over 650 euros in account management fees.

The thing is, my bank charges 1 euro per real-time transfer.

However, in my eyes these are not real-time transfers.

I mean: a real time transfer is when I choose it myself and transfer it to an account.
But I have selected bank Deposit at the casino, of course it is in real time on the account, but it is also when I pay e.g. at Lieferando immediately by bank transfer.

In any case, the bank declares this as a real-time transfer and wants to cash in big time.
I also asked the casino support and they said that they think the bank's fees are very high and the casino itself charges a 0% fee for bank deposits.

I called the bank and the employee was overwhelmed by all the deposits and withdrawals.

I refused and said I would call again tomorrow or write an email.

Now I'm also afraid that there could be trouble and that I should perhaps leave it alone to avoid getting into even more trouble.

If they take a close look at everything first ...
Casino is e.g. Bitstarz but also others.
I don't necessarily want to write about the bank publicly here, but you may be reading this.

What do you think I should do? ..
Let it go and write off the money, but hopefully not get into any more trouble?
I could really do with the money.

Have you ever paid a real time transfer fee to the casino for a bank deposit?

Thanks for your help...

Why should your bank or any bank read along here? and even if you do, you are certainly not called mona Maus in real life. if it was about casino deposits and withdrawals for the entire last year, then the bank would have to admit mistakes itself and should have stopped such transactions sooner..but they didn't & since you fell into the cost trap, you might as well not have known which casinos are legal and which are illegal. I don't want to know what turnover they make per year through real-time transfers alone...it's almost criminal

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Falke
Expert

roccoammo11 wrote on 27.01.2024 09:38:

That is really so awesome. That's probably only in the small print...so no bank is certainly 100% perfect but in 2024 one euro for instant transfers I find extremely rip-off! that you shouldn't use the bank if you play in unlicensed casinos should of course slowly have reached everyone.

Haha, my bank charges €10 for something like that and then it's not even guaranteed that the money will arrive immediately, it just means a faster transfer. But at least the money is debited immediately.

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Comingsoon19
Experienced

Falke wrote on 27.01.2024 at 20:17:

Haha, my bank charges 10 € for something like that and then it's not even guaranteed that the money will arrive immediately, it just means faster transfer. But at least the money is debited immediately.

Then I would change banks.

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Falke
Expert

Comingsoon19 wrote on 29.01.2024 at 17:09:

Then I would change the bank.

No why. Never use that anyway. And with Sofort or Klarna you can also make instant transfers without any fees.

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roccoammo11
Expert

Falke wrote on January 29th, 2024 at 5:39 pm:

No why. Never use that anyway. And with Sofort or Klarna you can also make instant transfers without any fees.

but that was exactly the point at the beginning...that such depositors were also charged as real-time transfers by the bank...


10€ for a real-time transfer?but that's not a German bank with a foreign Iban, is it? when I read something like that, I realize how good I have it with my bank...

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Falke
Expert

roccoammo11 wrote on 29.01.2024 at 18:18:

that's exactly what it was about at the beginning...that exactly such depositors were also calculated as real-time transfers by the bank....


10€ for a real-time transfer?but then that's not a German with a foreign Iban or? when I read something like that I know for the first time how good I probably have it with my bank after all....

Ah, I see. So my bank doesn't charge a cent for transfers with Sofort or Klarna. I would have to enter the Sofort transfer myself in my online banking before there are any costs.

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roccoammo11
Expert

Falke wrote on 29.01.2024 at 23:15:

Ah I see. So my bank doesn't charge a cent for transfers with Sofort or Klarna. I would have to enter the Sofort transfer myself in my online banking before there are any costs.

Yes, that's how every normal person knows it & that's why the author of the thread was so shocked...

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