- High level of security kept sensitive data private
- Very popular e-wallet in the early 2000's
- Able to deposit and withdraw using same method
Betting Sites Accepting MyCitadel
While MyCitadel isn't accepting new users anymore, those who established an account prior to the legislation can still use their MyCitadel account to some degree. Below you will find betting sites accepting MyCitadel in the past and existing users could always try to use that deposit method at those sportsbooks.
|None of the bookmaker currently support this.|
MyCitadel e-wallet became another casuality of the US laws and legislation they passed in the mid-2000's. Prior to that, MyCitadel was a popular online sportsbook funding method because of it's easy of use, secure transactions, and the ability to fund the e-wallet through multiple forms.
Established by Citadel Commerce in 2000, this e-wallet was one of the industry leaders for many years with their free account set up, and the fact that Canadian bettors could fund it directly from their personal checking accounts. All of that came to an end though by the end of the decade and bettors won't find many, if any, MyCitadel sites in Canada anymore.
MyCitadel Online Race & Sportsbook Handicapping Sites
Users of MyCitadel during their boom often raved about the simplicity and security of the program. There were multiple deposit methods to one's MyCitadel account and quick transactions times made that money readily available to bettors wishing to deposit it at their preferred sportsbook.
The high level of encryption MyCitadel used kept sensitive data private, and users could deposit and withdraw with confidence.
All of that was taken away from Canadian sports bettors when the legistlation came about, but those bettors that have used, or prefer to use e-wallets have many other options available to them right now. One of the better options in that regard for Canadians is Instadebit as they've really established themselves as an industry leader in this country as it pertains to e-wallet use.