Online Casino pay by Check

What is Cheque?

Known around the world by many names such as Cheque, Check, Money Order in UK, Bank Draft in Canada, Cashier Check in USA - is a payment method which has a fairly long history that begins about 200 years ago and founded in order to help customers to transact money from a person to any other (individual or entity), with small differences between them. Sender must have a bank account with which will be linked issued by you cheque.

Bank Drafts and Casino Gambling Online

In connection with the fact that this method may take some time 5+ working days, there are not so many internet gambling sites that accept deposits through Checks, most of them use it only for withdrawals. At the present, frequently used payment methods like Checks/ Cheques are Electronic Checks, eChecks and EFT (Electronic Funds Transfes).

Below you will find a list of most known Bank Draft / Check payment methods . Click on ones that fit you, and you'll find most important information about selected method with a list of The Best Online Casinos accepting it.

Players from the United States are Accepted

LasVegasUSA Casino

Payments by Check:
Money Orders
Sign-up Bonus:
$3000
Use Casino Code:
IDBLASVEGAS
Wager Times:
40*(d+b)
Gaming Software:
RealTime Gaming
Players from the United States are Accepted

VegasCasino Online

Payments by Check:
Money Order
Sign-up Bonus:
$7000
Use Casino Code:
SLOTS200
Wager Times:
40*(d+b)
Gaming Software:
RTG
Players from the United States are Accepted

How to make a transaction using a Check?

To make a transaction by Check is not so difficult. Firstly you must enter details of recipient First Name and Last name then enter amount you wish to transfer and finally sign it.

It is similar to make a transaction by Money Order - but in that case you must have a prepaid amount on your bank account, specified amount will be blocked on your bank account , until the Money Order will be cleared.

It's the same if you make a transfer using Certified Check, in this case the bank will verify firstly, if you have sufficient amount on your bank account, and only after verification the check will be issued.

In comparison with Money Orders and Certified Checks, in case of Cashier Cheques (Checks) and Bank Drafts, the amount on the check will be guaranteed by the Bank, and not by sender.