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January 19, 2007 Update - Citadel is no
longer facilitating withdrawals and deposits used for
and/or acquired from real money online gambling accounts
of U.S. citizens. Following suit of NETeller, we have
provided a list of payment processors that can be used
in the stead of Citadel and NETeller. Please visit our
NETeller Alternatives page.
Citadel is only valid for Canadian online gamblers.
The company is well known for providing exceptional services as a
turnkey payment processor. Citadel originally
specialized in eCommerce fraud, and offered risk
management solutions to online gambling sites.
e-Success, the parent company of Citadel Commerce
companies, has long been a leading player in
governmental lottery operations, and has now evolved
into a giant solutions provider to more government
lotteries (creating transaction auditing products),
essentially all of the horseracing establishments in
Canada. Citadel insures all casinos are properly
licensed and regulated before giving merchant status,
which is even more of a comfort to know. myCitadel is
the most convenient way to go when setting up a deposit
system with an online casino.
Opening an account with
Citadel requires various forms of identification, so
have them ready. To get an idea of how secure this
method is, you must register on the same computer that
you used to open your online casino account with. In
addition, you will need:
Casino username and
password, drivers license number or ID #, last four of
Social Security, and a check with checking account
number and routing information.
myCitadel, the personal cash deposit system run by
Citadel Commerce, processes transactions for residents,
worldwide. ATM/Debit cards are available in
addition to opening an online account.
To open an account, a valid checking or savings
account is required.
myCitadel works like a debit card in that it will
hold funds from a personal account, making payments when
authorized by the account owner. All banking
information is kept confidential, and is not shared with
the merchant, which in this case would be the online
The service is entirely free for making deposits and
purchases, and only imposes small withdrawal charges.
$5 charges on withdrawals back into the banking
account of origin.
If you do not use your account for ninety consecutive
days, there is a $2 charge that will occur monthly so
long as the account remains inactive.
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