MasterCard is a huge name in payments and needs no introductions. Almost everybody operates with either a MasterCard or a Visa in their wallet these days.
As announced in January 2020 the UK Gambling Commission have directed UK Betting, Casino and Gaming operators that Credit Cards are no longer permitted as deposit and withdrawal options for UK Gambling Customers. The change comes into effect from the 14th April 2020.
As of this date all operators licenced by the UK Gambling commission will remove the option to deposit funds via Credit Cards with immediate effect. Customers will still be able to deposit via other methods, Debit Cards, e-wallets and certain pay by phone or bank transfer options and this will vary from operator to operator. All operators listed on this page accept Debit Cards and full details can be found on their websites or via our in depth reviews.
For UK consumers, MasterCard offers three different payment products:
MasterCard also has a digital wallet service, MasterPass, in the UK. With MasterPass, subscribers can:
Your high street bank will issue you with either a Visa or a MasterCard depending on who they choose to partner with. You can signup online for a prepaid card.
You can sign up for MasterPass on the e-wallet's official website, you'll just need to provide your:
Acceptance is now worldwide wherever you see the MasterCard logo. This includes all major online shopping stores as well as many online casinos.
The MasterPass e-wallet acceptance levels are growing fast as digital wallets climb in popularity.
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. Using the MasterPass e-wallet is also free.
As one of the world's largest payment companies, MasterCard is at the very forefront of safe user transactions.
Security measures include:
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