Many of you veteran mobile casino gamblers (at least, those who have been playing for over a year and a half) will remember Ukash – in fact, many of you may even have used the service at one time or another. Although Ukash is still listed as a deposit option at many casinos, it hasn’t processed a payment in almost two years, since its merger with PaysafeCard, which became the de facto service which functions in the same way as Ukash, with some of the old PaysafeCard thrown in. Effectively, it’s simply a hybrid of the two.
One of the most common comments from players who try PaysafeCard for the first time is that they’re blown away by how much easier and simpler it is to use than they thought. PaysafeCard is effectively a e-wallet – functioning along the same lines as PayPal or Skrill – only in its case, there are no direct payments, and instead you use codes provided by the service at your chosen casino. Despite taking a little extra time, this is an extra layer of security between your money and the casinos at which you’re using it.