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Modified: 09/02/2019

EcoCard is a prepaid Mastercard accepted by many online casinos for deposits. EcoCard is a product of ecoPayz and can only be used in conjunction with an ecoAccount (eWallet). With EcoCard you can deposit only as much, as you have gathered on connected ecoAccount.

If you are not familiar with how ecoPayz works, we have compiled all the information here. If you just want to know, which online casinos accept EcoCard, below you will find full overview. Further information about the EcoCard can be found under the casinos list.

EcoCard registration

In order to receive an ecoCard, first you need to open a customer account with ecoPayz. Registration with ecoPayz is free and can be completed online in a few simple steps. After that, you have to verify your personal data. For this you will need to proof your home address (ie. with electricity bill), as well as the identity card must be e-mailed to ecoPayz. Once that is done, you can apply immediately for the free ecoCard. The ecoCard is a physical, prepaid credit card. It will be send to previously given address.

Alternatively, ecoPayz also offers so-called ecoVirtualcard. This is a virtual credit card that can only be used for online and payments over the phone.

No matter whether you opt for the ecoCard or the ecoVirtualcard – with both you can make deposits at online casinos. Of course you can also apply for both cards simultaneously. Rmember that first you have to transfer money to the e-wallet called ecoAccount.

Once you have loaded money on the ecoAccount, then you can either deposit directly into the casino account, or transfer money via ecoCard or ecoVirtualcard. You can rop up e-wallet by credit card (only Visa and MasterCard are accepted), Paysafecard or classic bank transfer (also SEPA is possible).

EcoCard casinos – pros and cons

  • The ecoCard is available free of charge. £1.50 fee apply if you want to activate an ecoVirtualcard.
  • It can be used anywhere in the world where MasterCard is accepted.
  • No credit check necessary. No bank account required.
  • You can get up to 3 cards. One in GBP, in Euro and in USD.
  • Available as a virtual prepaid credit card (ecoVirtualcard).
  • No overdraft facilities.
  • Only available in conjunction with an ecoAccount

FAQ ecoCard casino

  • Is it possible to withdraw money with the ecoCard?
    Yes, you can withdraw your winning with the ecoCard at the ATM (worldwide), but only as much as available on your ecoAccount.

Example: You deposit by ecoAccount into the online casino. You win and have the money transferred from the casino to your ecoAccount. Now you can withdraw the money from your ecoAccount at the ATM with the ecoCard.

  • What are the fees?
    If you withdraw with the ecoCard from the ATM, a fee of 2% is due (minimum £1.50). If you lose your card, the replacement costs £10.00. Card life is 4 years (new card after that period is free). For currency conversions 2.99% will be deducted.
  • What are the payment limitations?
    The transaction limits depend on your customer level at ecoPayz. In the lowest customer level (Silver), you can deposit up to £1,000 per transaction in the online casino with the ecoCard. ATM withdrawals are limited daily to £750 and up to £15,000 month are possible (£30,000 in the VIP level). Full overview of all limits can be found on the ecoPayz website.


The ecoCard is an excellent option to convert winnings from the online casino into cash. First, open a new account with ecoPayz and upload money to your e-wallet (ecoAccount). This will allow you to deposit funds at the online casino. If you win then, you can have the money paid out to your ecoAccount. From there you can anonymously withdraw the money with the ecoCard from ATM.

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