ecoPayz is a global online e-wallet service that allows users to deposit money and pay into online casino accounts without credit checking. Operating since 2000, the service received full FCA regulation in 2008, and is one of the biggest digital payment providers in the world.
ecoPayz provides instant banking options – deposit, transfer and withdrawal. The service is partnered with Mastercard and offers a handy app for users to manage their digital money on the go – which was redesigned at the start of the 2020s. ecoPayz is widely available to use as a deposit method across online casinos and slot sites.
As with all regulated e-wallets, ecoPayz safeguards physical money from digital money, making it easy for users to make deposits for casino gaming without requiring traditional funds. It’s free to open an ecoPayz account.
What we like about ecoPayz
- Free to open a classic account
- Very user-friendly interface
- Accepted at increasing numbers of casinos
- Offers secure separation of bank/card funds from digital money
- Functions with iDebit, paysafecard, Trustly, and more
How to use ecoPayz as a payment method at an online casino
- Register for a free account with ecoPayz and make a deposit
- Head to your chosen casino, log in and head to your deposit/banking options
- Choose ecoPayz from a list of available deposit methods
- Enter in the amount you wish to deposit
- Use your ecoPayz username and login to authorize deposit
- Funds will then become available in your casino account
ecoPayz is one of the longest-standing e-wallet and e-payment methods available for use in online casinos. Offering several tiers of account, it’s simple to set up a free account and to make deposits at participating sites. The brand works with multiple well-known partners and also offers a physical card option.
The time it takes to deposit money into an ecoPayz account depends on your chosen payment method – bank transfers can take up to four working days.
Yes, provided that you are happy to undergo registration and checks. The card is currently available to users in the UK and much of Europe.