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Online Casinos in general: Google Pay deposit method

Topic created on 30th Mar. 2024 | Page: 1 of 2 | Answers: 16 | Views: 780
Der_Puppenspieler
Amateur
Has anyone ever deposited at a casino using Google Pay?

Because you could bypass eWallets and bank deposits and withdrawals this way.

Well, you would have to pay out from your Google account to the bank, but Google doesn't have a casino sender, so there shouldn't be any problems with the bank.

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fros7byte
Rookie
i would also be interested

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T0uchTheSky
Expert
When I top up money at Revolut via Google Pay from my Comdirect Bank, my Comdirect account statement says: Revolut Dublin, so you can't use Casino either, because then it would say xxxCasino instead of Revolut ^^

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dazzle_tea
Amateur
right, it's like apple pay. ultimately just an intermediary means of payment, nothing more. it says exactly what goes where.

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danny005
Elite
I sometimes Deposit via Apple Pay if there is a bonus that is not available with other payment methods such as tokens. Then, for example, STICKERS or RANKBEASTS is shown as the payee in the credit card statement. However, this is not related to the casino name.

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dazzle_tea
Amateur

danny005 wrote on 30.03.2024 at 22:29: I sometimes pay via Apple Pay if there is a bonus that is not available with other payment methods such as tokens. Then, for example, STICKERS or RANKBEASTS is shown as the payee in the card statement. However, this has nothing to do with the casino name.

strange. rankbeasts is a gamer drink company. and there's really nothing else on the statement? where did you Deposit with it?
i left it for a while, just because you could assign it. if nothing else really shows up, that would be an alternative.

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Der_Puppenspieler
Amateur
Depositing money is no problem, but how do you get the money out of the casino? You can't pay out or withdraw money via a Google Wallet or Google Pay. There is no card.

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danny005
Elite

dazzle_tea wrote on 03/30/2024 23:50:

strange. rankbeasts is such a gamer drink company. and there's really nothing else on the statement? where did you Deposit it?
i left it for a while, just because you could assign it. if nothing else really shows up, that would be an alternative.


There is also an address in London. I deposited with Viggoslots with it. Withdrawal to chips is still possible.

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Iknowyou
Experienced
Just like others, it says where it goes. That doesn't work and makes no sense.

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T0uchTheSky
Expert
danny005 wrote on 03/31/2024 01:11:

There is still an address in London. I deposited with Viggoslots with it. Payout to token is still possible.

With the casinos of the MountBerg Group it's funny anyway, as a recipient almost every time a different one, sometimes companies in my city, sometimes companies in the USA and now and then companies in Africa ^^

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Der_Puppenspieler
Amateur

danny005 wrote on 03/31/2024 01:11:

There is still an address in London. I deposited with Viggoslots with it. Payout to token is still possible.

So that works. In with Google Pay and out with Jeton

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T0uchTheSky
Expert
Der_Puppenspieler wrote on 02.04.2024 at 13:38:

So that works. In with Google Pay and out with Jeton

Again for you, in case you still don't understand.


Google Pay is nothing more than a virtual credit card. Your credit card statement will show the same as if you had deposited with a normal credit card. The names Danny mentioned have nothing to do with Google Pay, because it would show the same names as a normal credit card.

And Google Pay in and Jeton out, again, has nothing to do with Google Pay, but with the respective casinos, because with some casino groups the withdrawal method does not have to be identical to the payment method. I often do the same, crypto in and chips out, or credit card in crypto out.

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Der_Puppenspieler
Amateur
T0uchTheSky wrote on 02.04.2024 at 13:53:
Again for you, in case you still don't get it.


Google Pay is nothing more than a virtual credit card. Your credit card statement will show the same as if you had deposited with a normal credit card. The names Danny mentioned have nothing to do with Google Pay, because it would show the same names as a normal credit card.

And Google Pay in and Jeton out, again, has nothing to do with Google Pay, but with the respective casinos, because with some casino groups the withdrawal method does not have to be identical to the payment method. I often do that too, crypto in and token out, or credit card in crypto out.

Okay how do you do it? I need a good guide to laundering money.

It's best to simply make a residence in Austria. 🙃

The Bitcoin options will certainly also be scrutinized, bitpanda, coinbase etc. Just like jeton, Neteller, paysafe.

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MisterL
Expert

T0uchTheSky wrote on 02/04/2024 13:53:
Again for you, in case you still don't get it.


Google Pay is nothing more than a virtual credit card. Your credit card statement will show the same as if you had deposited with a normal credit card. The names Danny mentioned have nothing to do with Google Pay, because it would show the same names as a normal credit card.

And Google Pay in and Jeton out, again, has nothing to do with Google Pay, but with the respective casinos, because with some casino groups the withdrawal method does not have to be identical to the payment method. I often do the same, crypto in and token out, or credit card in crypto out.

can you name the casinos where this is possible crypto in jeton out and vice versa would be very helpful!!! thanks

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T0uchTheSky
Expert

MisterL wrote on 02.04.2024 at 19:02:

can you name the casinos where this works crypto in Jeton out and vice versa would be very helpful!!! thanks


Wanted to send you a PN, but you have deactivated the PN function. Then you won't get any info, haha

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