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    Keep the Bank Statements clean

    Hi Lads,

    Just wondering If any one could recommend the best way to deposit/withdraw money on betfair without using your debit card. For example paypal maybe?? Trying to keep the bank statements clean. Any experiences or preferences would be really appreciated?

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    Not sure if PayPal do gambling sites,I know with paddy paddypower the statement just says pp 50 or whatever you put in.open another acc with the bank and use that

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    Thanks for the reply fridge. Betfair do have the option to use paypal but I see they charge 2% per deposit amount.

    I was just wondering If any one knew of another option to withdraw/deposit money so all you will see on the statement is paypal etc no reference to Paddypower, betfair etc.

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    Do it in two steps. First put money in your PayPal account from your bank account or credit card. Then deposit to your online bookmaker using your PayPal balance.

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    You still have to explain why your using PayPal and what your buying.open a new account and go to paperless statements.

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    fuck the banks, give you nowt anyhow, get more from the bookie

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    Dunny is covering his betting up don't want missus to see how much he is winning/losing.

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    PayPal is your best option.

    Some bookies exclude other eWallets from deposit bonuses but PayPal works for everything.

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