In the three and a half years I have been making money on the internet I have come across many interesting methods that have both succeeded and failed. One area that I have never had any luck in, however, is online gambling. Subscribe To NewsletterSubscribe to my mailing list and gain access to the secrets …

Gambling Online Using PayPal? Yes Please!

In the three and a half years I have been making money on the internet I have come across many interesting methods that have both succeeded and failed. One area that I have never had any luck in, however, is online gambling.

I like to gamble. I play poker online a couple of times a week and when the UK football season is in full swing I bet every week on football matches at my local bookmakers. I’ve had a few wins here and there but nothing to write home about. In fact I have had many more losses than wins.

The one thing I have been uncomfortable with when joining online gambling sites is that you have to leave your credit card details with the website and you have no real idea just how secure their website is until they get attacked.

I recently came across a website that could change the way I gamble online though.

I was introduced to a site that offers a list of paypal gambling sites, these are online gambling sites that accept payment via PayPal as well as credit cards. I’d much rather play with a site that accepts PayPal as I think it is more secure and safer.

The site also has reviews of the various gambling sites so you can find out which ones are worth playing and which ones you should avoid like a drunken girl at a house party. I’ve always favoured sites that offer reviews, less chance of you getting stung.

If you need another link source that will give you honest online casinos review, you can try this!

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22 comments

  1. Interesting I also like Gambling but not in way of earning just for fun and thrills. As taking risk and winning over it make me more confident.

    Anyway thanks a lot for this I have many who do this on regular basis I do recommend this to them.

  2. I think its really good news for those who wants to play casino and other gambling stuff online.I use PayPal for all my business transaction.Nice sharing..

  3. Awesome find. I never had much luck with online poker either but always want to give it ago. And then they (they government) decided it was a bad thing for people to decide what they do with their own money. Go figure.

    • Oooooooh do not get me started on the UK and US government! We’ll be here all month! 😛

      I can understand why they are trying to keep gambling sites in check, so many people get addicted to them so easily. 🙂

  4. I can see this being a safer way to gamble your money, just be careful not to lose it all! 😉 Some sites are scams so using a trusted account like PayPal is a great change for them. Good luck!

    -Jen

    • But then again sites that don’t accept PayPal could just as easily be scams, it pays to conduct some research before you part with money to a gambling site. 🙂

  5. Well, I have tried my hand at online gambling quite a many times, and unfortunately I have lost every time ! So I have made up my mind, that this is some thing I am not getting involved with again. But on a different note, I think sites that accept PayPal for payment and also give good reviews are much more trustworthy than others.

    • You know there are a lot of poker sites that allow you to play for fun (they offer pretend money), this is so you can learn how to play BEFORE you part with real money. 🙂

  6. I think its quite inconvenient to use Paypal as your credit card when gambling because of the many technicalities involving it. I’d rather still use my cc instead of Paypal.

  7. I used to gamble online quite a bit. Have cut right down on it now. I preferred using Paypal when I could. Not necessarily because of security, but because for some reason using Paypal didn’t feel like I was spending money (though I obviously was).

  8. Luckily I seem to make money every time I go on an online live roulette table, just have to know how to play I guess, haha, nah all about luck but I seem to get a bit of bob made, not a lot, I do it for fun.

  9. Yes, I’d agree, paypal is safe and secure in terms of money transaction via online. I receive and pay bills via paypal. And I was wondering, in your opinion bro is it really cool to engage in Online gambling to earn huge money? By the way I enjoyed reading your post.

    • I think it depends how good you are at it. I do it as a bit of fun because I’m not great but I know a few people who gamble as their job. 🙂

  10. People who have those sites don’t want to pay taxes. They set them up in other countries where they don’t have to pay taxes like in the USA. So if you win, they will not tell the USA how much money you got, if that ever actually happens. At this point you are pretty much just gambling with a bookie that is out of the country.

  11. Lol, terrible idea! If you get paid into your Paypal, attaching it to an online gambing site is the worst thing that you can do. I’ve always deposited directly into my poker account via the betting shop. What if you go on tilt?
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