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Entropay Payments for Online Casino Deposits and Withdrawals
Update: As of 1st of July 2019, Entropay has ceased their operation.
Entropay is an online payments provider that boasts transfer speeds of less than 30 seconds while the average bank takes one day to receive and many other FinTechs take 3 days to send money. Entropay, headquartered in Malta, has had a brilliant history since being launched in 2003, laying claim to the first company to launch their virtual Visa card in Europe. That was 15 years ago and 8.8 million cards later.
- uses a virtual Visa card
- online purchases are free
- up to 10 active cards at one time and you can delete cards you don't want
- available in GBP, EUR and USD
- adjustable card limits to control your spending
- accepted globally in over 120 countries
- speedy payments of under 30 seconds
- you may not always be able to withdraw funds from a casino using this method
- there are fees when depositing, withdrawing and other services
- no physical Visa card available for use in ATM's, etc.
How Entropay works
Registering an account at Entropay is free and easy, and once this is done you will need to top up your account using a bank transfer, debit card, credit card or other method for as little as a 1% fee from one of 27 European countries. Remember you can create as many as 10 accounts at one time and have the option of the deleting ones you don’t need or suspect may have been compromised. Unfortunately, the service is not available to Canadians, New Zealanders or Australians although it is available to British players and players from many other countries.
A number of online casinos accept Entropay for making deposits. Since it is linked to a virtual Visa card they are often accepted anywhere that Visa cards are accepted. A deposit made through Entropay is quick and safe, and the funds will be available in your player account within seconds.
If you used Entropay to originally to make a deposit to an online casino, then it may be possible to use the same method to withdraw funds. This of course will depend on whether the casino allows this. You should check the casino to be certain, but of course alternatives exist, such as a bank transfer though this may cost you money and take longer to process.
While Entropay does not charge a fee to spend funds online, it does charge a fee to top up your Entropay account, from 1% using your credit card or debit card if you're in one of 27 EU countries. Creating an account or card and receiving a transfer is also free. You should check the website for a full list of prices, as they will vary. Also keep in mind that if you are using this method at an online casino, then there is a chance of additional fees imposed by the operator. This is less likely however given the competition for players.
Entropay delivers a quick method of making online payments. Using a prepaid virtual Visa card lets you control your spending, minimise the risk of fraud and is flexible as it accommodates three major currencies, while often being accepted anywhere that Visa is accepted. This method is not free, however, and can be more expensive depending on the currency and method you use to top up your card. Undoubtedly, the benefits far outweigh the costs which explains why they have become a very popular payment method amongst players. We've included a list of casinos which accept this payment method so be sure to check it out.
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