Using Credit Cards for Online Gambling
Credit cards are accepted at almost every online poker room
and casino. The only operators that don't accept credit cards are exclusive crypto casinos and poker rooms, most of which are less than great. I can only think of one or maybe two operators that don't accept credit cards that I would personally make a deposit at.
The majority of Americans can make a deposit with their credit cards, but some may have to use a different method of payment if their deposits are denied by their banks. Credit cards are the easiest way to get funds into your poker account, assuming your bank will allow you to make a deposit with your credit card. Recently, credit cards have been able to track gambling transactions and there have been multiple reports to indicate that it is getting harder to make a deposit via a credit card. VISA typically has the highest success rate followed by MasterCard and American Express.
Credit cards should be your go to deposit method, assuming you already have a credit card and/or you don't own any crypto currency such as Bitcoin. In the U.S., you should only use these two options, unless they are unavailable or not working for you. Then, you can choose a more inconvenient and probably more expensive option to fund your gaming account. Note, most operators may need you to print, sign and scan a credit card authorization form. Sometimes it is when you are making a deposit and sometimes it is only when you are attempting to make a withdrawal.
To make a purchase with a Credit Card you will have to;
(1) Go to your local bank and sign up for a credit card
(2) Purchase chips from your favorite casino or poker room
Up to your credit limit
No fees charged to you
Website: www.visa.com or www.mastercard.com