Casinos that accept PaySafeCard
Very strongly resembling the payment system called Ukash, the PaySafeCard is a prepaid card which enables you to handle your internet purchases in total security. Created in Austria in 2000 and officially launched the following year, it was only in 2002 that the first PaySafeCard was sold in Germany. Since then, the expansion has been spectacular.
By 2004, over 1500 websites accepted this means of payment, and the number of points of sale around Germany and Austria had grown to 20,000. In 2009, there were no less than 200,000 points of sale throughout Europe and Great Britain. The PaySafeCard is a way to manage your online gaming transactions swiftly and safely.
There's no need to provide details of a credit card or bank account: PaySafeCards normally come in values of 10, 25, 50 or 75 euros, and also in other currencies. Once you've bought one, you can easily use it on the internet by providing the 16 digit code on the card, and the sum in question will then be debited from the card. If there are funds still remaining on it, you can re-use it to make another payment - so paying with a PaySafeCard is like paying with cash. In the same way, if you lose a card, whoever finds it can then use it because it's not personal to you. When paying with a PaySafeCard online, your personal information cannot be spread around as you haven't provided any. It's an ideal means of payment for people who want to stay 100% discreet and, logically, you're not subject to any charges.
Payments to online casinos using a PaySafeCard are becoming more and more common: nonetheless, it's important to point out that it's a very good way of depositing funds but not a good way to withdraw them. Transfers are as quick as using a debit card, but anonymous. All you have to do is scratch the card to see the figures appear, then you enter them when you pay and - hey presto - your money is transferred!
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