Online Casino E-Wallet Ukash Wins Queen's Award

Published May 14, 2013 by OCR Editor

Online Casino E-Wallet Ukash Wins Queen's Award

Ukash is accepted at most of the leading online casinos, betting and poker sites.

Ukash, one of the most popular online casino payment methods, has been honored by the Queen's Awards for Enterprise for the third straight year for making an "outstanding contribution to international trade."

Royal recognition

Ukash CEO David Hunter was obviously over the moon at the news of the Queen's recognition, calling it "a remarkable achievement." He pointed out that the firm is forging new global partnerships, introducing Ukash to emerging markets and offering consumers around the world access to a safe and secure way to pay with cash online.

The Queen's Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious accolades for businesses and individuals on the United Kingdom. Winners receive a range of benefits including worldwide recognition and extensive press coverage, and are also invited to a reception with Her Majesty herself at Buckingham Palace.

Why use Ukash?

Ukash remains one of the most popular deposit payment options for online gamblers, thanks mainly to its promise of complete anonymity. It offers an alternative to traditional online banking, by providing a simple, cash-like deposit method that excuses users from having to submit personal or banking information entirely.

All you need to do is purchase a Ukash voucher at a local store, log into the casino and go to the cashier. When asked for payment details, enter the 19 digit number printed on your voucher. Your privacy is never surrendered to your online gambling operator as no personal information is ever submitted.

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