Making a deposit

I have a hard time saying no to free bonus money, so it’s time to make a deposit. But I can’t find any place on my computer where 100 euro notes are accepted. This is usually no problem with the one-armed bandits down at the shopping center. However, those machines are called bandits for a reason, and have a much lower payout percentage than the online slot machines. I will get back to this later, first things first.

Some of the holes on the back of the computer looked promising, but I only ended up with curly notes and an increased fear of electric shocks. I called my nephew and he recommended that I use something he called electronic wallets or E-Wallets. At first I was a bit skeptical of this concept, but he reassured me that E-Wallets would not give me any electric shocks.

After reading about Moneybookers, NETeller and ClickandBuy I chose NETeller because it gives me a 200% first deposit bonus with BingoLiner instead of the normal 100% bonus.

They all looked easy to use, and I was promised my cash in return faster with these E-Wallets compared to if I would make a deposit with Visa or Mastercard. I like the sound of that, because when I cash in my bingo bankroll I want money fast, he he. Depositing with credit cards might be slightly easier for a beginner though, and contrary to popular belief it is safer to use a credit card with these bingo rooms compared to a withdrawal from an ATM in an average dodgy street.

Anywho, my NETeller account is loaded and I am finally ready to build a bingo bankroll. I see buffets, shuffle board tournaments and long drinks with pink straws on the back of a cruise ship in my near future.

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