JCB

The JCB (Japan Credit Bureau) card is an international credit card. Used mainly as a travel and entertainment card in businesses related to tourism, such as hotels, restaurants and airlines, the Japan Credit Bureau is now starting to partner with a wider group of merchants, both off and online, including Internet casinos. The credit card is quite economical to use, because it does not charge any user fees, and actually credits its cardholders with cash back points on their purchases.

Deposits Allowed
Withdrawals Allowed
Credit / Debit Card

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JCB in a Nutshell

What Is JCB?

The JCB card was first launched in 1961 in Japan and became that country's dominant credit card in 1968 when the company acquired the Osaka Credit Bureau. JCB began expanding its presence overseas in 1981 to the point where its cards are now issued in 16 countries on several continents. Since 2011, JCB has had a long term reciprocal agreement with the Discover credit card network, so that JCB cards are now accepted by all Discover Network point of sale terminals in the US and vice versa. JCB credit cards may be used in 190 countries around the world, as well as at Discover merchants.

How It Works

If you are a JCB cardholder, check that any casino you would like to sign up with will accept this credit card for payment. During the registration process, select JCB card as your chosen method of payment on the Payment page. Enter your credit card information, and you are ready to make bank transfer deposits to your casino account using your JCB credit card.

Availability

If you live in any one of the JCB's 16 issuing countries worldwide, you can apply for this credit card. If you are an American resident, you may apply through JCBUSA, JCB's branch in the US, but only if you live in California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New York, New Jersey, Oregon or Washington State. Unlike many other credit card companies, JCBUSA does allow US residents to use their credit card to pay for online casino gambling.

Advantages

The JCB card is safe and secure; cardholders' privacy is safeguarded by the company. It is also economical because there are no user fees to pay, but instead the Japan Credit Bureau gives cash back points according to the amount purchased. The fact that American card members are allowed to use their JCB credit card for online gambling is obviously a major advantage.

Withdrawal Requirements

Theoretically yes, but the number of casinos who permit withdrawals with this method is very small. The withdrawal limit is set by the casino.