Quicktender???

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Dmoney644

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I use this method alot usually more for cashing out
than depositing. One thing with this method though is that you must receive an invite
from someone usually by a casino or poker room. This method is good if you have trouble with finding a method for withdrawal. I usually deposit with a debit card, but USA isn't allowed to have withdrawals added back to the cards, so therefore i withdraw to Quicktender A.K.A.= UseMyWallet.

It is free to withdraw your casino winnings to your Quicktender account, but then to withdraw your winnings from Quicktender to your bank account, there is a $30 flat fee for the withdrawal. This is why i say, if you don't have any other method to get your funds to and from a casino, and eventually to your bank account, i would not use it. Its a good method, if you have no other methods to use.


Usually, you can send support at most casinos that accept this method, and request an invatation for a quicktender account. Some will send you an invitation and some won't.

Hope this helps you understand this method just a bit more.​
 
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ojisplayin

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Pretty sure still INVITATION only.
If you play Slotocash(Rival) Just request an
invite here-->host@slotocash.com
:hugs:
F.Y.I. Quicktender is actually "UseMyWallet"
:apple::beer:​
 
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