A quick deposit is a quick and convenient way to instantly top up your Stars account right from the table.
It supports many of the most popular deposit methods. You can find out which methods support quick deposits using the corresponding logo, which will be displayed in the Cashier next to the method.
How to set up “Quick deposit”?
When using one of these methods, you will be asked to set up a “Quick Deposit Account” for it. After successfully making deposits, you will be able to use the quick deposit functions.
How to use a quick deposit?
Now on the cash game tables you will have access to the quick deposit button.
After clicking on this button, a window will appear where you need to enter transaction data.
Enter the required data and click the “Submit” button to send the transaction for processing. After the transaction is completed and funds are credited to the Stars account, you will receive a notification.
Can I change the quick deposit method?
Yes! Just replenish your account using the new method and check the box “Use this account with a quick deposit.”
Can I disable the quick deposit function?
Yes! To do this, click on the “Quick Deposit” button in the Cashier and disable the function. After that, the quick deposit button will not be displayed. Here you can change the default quick deposit amount by default.
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