Mypaylinq Betting Sites in Canada

Mypaylinq Betting Sites in Canada
  • Multiple funding options
  • Catered to online gaming users
  • Safe and secure e-wallet

Betting Sites Accepting Mypaylinq

With no betting sites accepting Mypaylinq right now, sports bettors in Canada will have to look elsewhere through canadasportsbetting.ca to discover a banking method and available sportsbook that works for you. Whether you prefer to wager on the major North American sports like NFL Football and NBA Basketball, or more of the niche options like Tennis and Aussie Rugby, you’ll be able to find a recommended sportsbook here.

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None of the bookmaker currently support this.

Another online e-wallet that was of tremendous popularity to online gaming in North America was Mypaylinq. Mypaylinq was renowned for it’s low fees and ability to deposit and withdraw through a few simple steps. The multiple funding methods they had enabled North American bettors – especially US players – to get their money online rather easily and get into the action quickly. All of that changed in 2006 when the US passed the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. [+]

Since then, sports bettors have had to find alternative methods of funding their betting accounts. That has been a common theme for many online banking methods, but as long as you do some research and find current methods that suit your needs, getting back online and wagering shouldn’t be a huge concern. Mypaylinq went by the wayside and thus there aren’t any Mypaylinq sites in Canada at the moment.

Mypaylinq Online Race & Sportsbook Handicapping Sites

At its inception, Mypaylinq filled in nicely for US e-wallet programs like GoldPay and eWalletXpress that were forced out originally because of the 2006 laws. Mypaylinq took the baton and ran with it early on, giving customers a secure and easy way to fund their sports betting accounts.

Setting up an account was straight-forward and while new users needed to go through the identification verification process before deposits of more than $100 could be made to their Mypaylinq accounts, many would happily do that to know that all future transactions would be backed by the highest security and encryption process. With funding options from credit cards, personal checking accounts, Western Union and many more, you can see why Mypaylinq was a favourite of many online sports bettors.

Yet, it’s all a moot point now as Mypaylinq has been pushed out of the market as well. Canadians looking for similar security and ease of use e-wallet programs can go through canadasportsbetting.ca’s list of deposit methods to find a current one that suits your needs.