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Fund your NETELLER account using DineroMail

You may fund your NETELLER account using DineroMail.

The process to make a deposit to your NETELLER account using DineroMail is as follows:

  1. Sign in to your NETELLER account and select 'Money In'
  2. Select 'Deposit now' under 'DineroMail'
  3. Enter the amount you wish to deposit and click 'Continue'
  4. Now confirm the details of your deposit
  5. Once checked, click 'Continue' or to change any of your details, select 'Change Details'
  6. Select the deposit option that will work best for you (options vary depending on your country of residence, in Argentina DineroMail accepts cash deposits made through BAPRO (Banco Provincia) and Cobro Express and local bank transfers)
  7. Depending on the funding option you selected you may need to wire funds from your bank account to complete a bank transfer deposit or go to a bank or store to make a cash deposit
  8. Once DineroMail has received your funds, NETELLER will credit your NETELLER eWallet account within 1 business day.
  • Cash deposits are typically processed within 2 business days from when you deposit funds at your bank or a retail outlet.
  • Bank wires may take up to 3-5 business days from the date on which your bank sends the funds to DineroMail.
  • Although NETELLER does not charge for these transfers, DineroMail may charge a fee. For full details on fees charged, we suggest you check the DineroMail website.
  • All transfers from DineroMail to your NETELLER account are free, as are all direct bank transfers and cash deposits to your NETELLER account using DineroMail.
  • DineroMail does charge fees to deposit to a DineroMail account.
  • If currencies are converted then there will be a 2.95% Foreign Exchange fee.
  • For more information, please visit the NETELLER website.


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