EntroPay is another one of the many online casino banking options which are commonly available for players to use at gambling websites. Unlike EcoPayz and Skrill, which effectively offer a virtual MasterCard, EntroPay is an e-wallet which provides players with a virtual VISA debit card.
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Just like any e-wallet, EntroPay allows players the ability to top-up their e-wallet balance from their bank account. It also permits players to withdraw their casino winnings into the e-wallet, which can then be transferred on to their bank account. EntroPay isn’t just popular with European casino players, either. It has also found favour among players located far beyond the European online gambling sector.
Depositing with EntroPay
Before you can even think of depositing at an online casino with EntroPay, you need to sign-up for an account with them. Once you have your e-wallet (which is a virtual VISA card), you will need to fund it. EntroPay charges a small fee for financing your account via your bank.
Once you have cash on there, you can pop over to your chosen online casino and click on the cashier page. From there, select EntroPay as a deposit method and decide how much you wish to deposit. Alternatively, you can enter your virtual VISA card number into the “VISA” section to deposit at the site. This means that in many cases, you can deposit via “VISA” even if the EntroPay payment method is not available at your casino. We would recommend using the EntroPay option, though, as it is a touch more secure.
You will need to visit the cashier section of your chosen casino to withdraw via EntroPay. Choose the amount you wish to withdraw via EntroPay, and confirm it. Provided you have that figure on your casino account, and you have met all the wagering requirements of any bonuses you may have claimed, the amount should land in your EntroPay account within 2-4 days.
It is worth noting that some casinos do not permit withdrawals to a virtual VISA card. So, to guarantee that you can use your virtual VISA as a withdrawal method, you need to check to see if EntroPay is listed as a withdrawal option at your casino. Casinos shouldn’t charge fees for withdrawing via EntroPay.
The Final Word
EntroPay is similar to most other major online e-wallets. However, they do charge a small fee when players want to top-up their EntroPay account via their bank. They also only deal with euro, British pound sterling and US dollar currencies. If players are going to be using this method, it helps if they also play games in those currencies at their favourite casinos.
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