What is E-Check?
You can now deposit money at the online casino with your Check Book. Instantly
transfer funds directly from your US or Canadian Bank Account into your casino
account. E-Check, provides an instant, secure and easy way to transfer funds.
All you need is your check book. All transfers will be instantly credited to your
casino account. Deposit now, be wagering in seconds!
It costs you nothing to make a deposit or withdrawal and funds are available
immediately for wagering. Deposit and Play! Your information is encrypted (digitally
scrambled) for your protection.
Depositing at the Online Casino:
Log into the online casino.
Select the Banking or Cashier button.
Select E-Check (Electronic Check).
Enter the required information.
Enter the amount you wish to deposit.
Select Deposit Now.
How does it work?
It's as easy as pulling out your check book except without the paper and pen!
You just fill in the details online.
Your online casino account will be credited immediately upon a successful deposit
and funds will be debited from your nominated bank account within 24 hours to
7 working days.
How do I sign up?
Ensure you have the following information before registration:
Your Bank Name.
Bank Account Number.
ABA/Routing Number (Institute & Branch No. for Canadian Bank Accounts).
Social Security Number (Social Insurance No. for Canadian Residents).
Login to the casino and select the Banking or Cashier link then E-Check.
Complete the online registration form.
What do I need to know before I make my deposit?
Always ensure you have sufficient funds in your account prior to making your
If this deposit option is not for you, select another method in the left-hand
You may receive an email with the subject "Citadel
Commerce Transaction Receipt" confirming the deposit you have just
made with E-Check please retain this for your records.
If you are a first time E-Check user, you may be limited to $500.00 for the first
week (higher limits apply thereafter).
E-Check is currently available only for those players in the United States and
Canada with U.S or Canadian bank accounts.
Just like a paper check, your bank may apply NSF fees or charges for bounced checks
(For any EFT or ACH bank draft that is returned unpaid, consumers will be billed
a bank generated NSF fee of $30.00)