EntroPay is an e-wallet and payment service under the direction of Visa and MasterCard. Through its services, players can make deposits into their favourite online casinos with the same convenience of a standard credit card. EntroPay is currently regulated by the UK Financial Services Authority and is accepted at over 100 different gaming sites.
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Unlike most online payment processors, EntroPay actually combines three different services into one. Of course, they can be used as a simple e-wallet where you can add funds, transfer them, or release them back to your bank account. Their most prominent service, however, is their Prepaid Virtual Visa, an online-only prepaid card that functions much like an e-wallet with the added convenience of being accepted at any location that accepts Visa. Users can also receive a physical Prepaid Plastic MasterCard, which can be used to make purchases in the real world or at any online location that accepts MasterCard. Both cards are linked directly to an EntroPay account.
In order to use the e-wallet, the Prepaid Virtual Visa, or the Prepaid Plastic MasterCard, you'll need to have enough funds in your online account. EntroPay allows you to add money either by using a credit/debit card in your name, or by direct bank transfer. The card option is instant, but EntroPay charges a 4.95% fee for the service. If you do not mind waiting a few days for the deposit to clear, the bank transfer can be a cheaper option.
To use the EntroPay e-wallet at a participating online casino, you'll simply need to go to the cashier, select EntroPay, enter your desired deposit amount, and finish the transaction. If you want to play at a casino that doesn't accept EntroPay directly, you should be able to use either your Prepaid Virtual Visa or Prepaid Plastic MasterCard to deposit instead. Just enter your card details like you normally would and the deposit should clear automatically.
Any casino that accepts EntroPay as a payment method should be able to withdraw back to your account without much of a problem.
If, at any time, you want to withdraw your balance directly out of your EntroPay account, the bank transfer method should work just fine. Of course, you could just as easily spend it on your own time by using either the Virtual Visa or Plastic MasterCard. If you have the Plastic MasterCard, you can also withdraw the funds directly at virtually any ATM.
EntroPay is definitely one of the most flexible methods around for funding and withdrawing from an online casino. The ability to treat your EntroPay funds as both an e-wallet and a prepaid card (either through Visa and MasterCard) gives you the ability to deposit at a massive number of online casinos.
The accessibility EntroPay gives you is also unparalleled. Since your funds are linked to an online Visa, as well as a physical MasterCard, you can access your deposits and winnings without having to even withdraw them to your bank account.
The only con that we can think of regarding EntroPay is the fact that not all casinos offer it directly. Although you can still deposit at these casinos using your prepaid card, you'll need to find another way to make your withdrawal.