Depositing with Envoy
If you'd like to make a deposit with Envoy, log into the casino you have chosen for real money play and go to the cashier. Depending on the casino, it may be listed as “Envoy”, or it may be more discreetly integrated with separate options such as “instant bank transfer” and “pay by phone”. Choose your deposit amount, then pick a money transfer option. After filling out the necessary details, send your money and applicable fee.
Once the Envoy system receives your payment, it will be processed as quickly as possible to the casino's bank account. Envoy is faster than a traditional bank wire transfer, so you can generally expect to have your funds available for play within the day. However, you should contact the casino to get a more specific timeframe.
Advantages of Envoy
Envoy gives players a massive amount of flexibility when it comes to depositing. Since you have a multitude of options including Internet banking, phone payment, and in-person voucher depositing, you can pick the method that works best for you without having to worry about signing up for a third-party online service.
In this way, Envoy is one of the most secure payment methods around. You remain in control of how you send the money to the casino. You do not have to furnish your banking information to the casino at any time; Envoy will process your payment and prevent your details from going to third parties.
Disadvantages of Envoy
Unfortunately, Envoy is not free. Although its fees are generally less than those of more conventional money transfer services, it is still usually more costly than using a third-party e-wallet or credit card to deposit. As always, you should consider all your options and choose the one that makes the most sense for your budget and your needs.
Envoy is also not available to all countries. If you would like to deposit via Internet bank transfer, phone, or in-person, but find that you are not able to use Envoy's services, talk with a customer support representative at your casino. You may find that there is another service with similar options available for your jurisdiction.