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The V.me e-wallet unites existing payment cards (including cards from other providers) in a single virtual space, and allows payment to online casinos, stores and businesses without sharing bank/card details.
Visa Personal Payments allows users to send and receive money to another person using their mobile phone. It works by sending a link in a text message, which directs the recipient to a secure page where they can collect their funds.
Your high street bank will issue you with either a Visa or a Mastercard depending on who they choose to partner with. You can sign-up online for a prepaid card.
The V.me e-wallet is currently only available to customers of Nationwide.
VISA Personal Payments is a service that's quickly added to existing current accounts at:
VISA is one of the most widely accepted payment methods in the world.
As well as being accepted by all online casinos operating in the UK, retailers online across the world accept Visa cards. Visa is welcomed at millions of locations in over 200 countries and territories worldwide.
Usually free as coming from your bank. Any charges usually stem from late payment fees on credit cards or FX fee for using abroad or purchasing online in a different currency.
As one of the world's largest payment companies, VISA is at the very forefront of safe user transactions.
Security measures include:
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