Paysafe and Emerchants Deal to Provide New Pay-out Card SolutionsPublished March 29, 2016 by Florin P
Paysafe and Emerchants shake hands in blockbuster deal.
The number of people that made the transition from land-based casinos to their online counterparts is impressive and constantly on the rise. They cherish convenience of playing from the comfort of their home, but also the simplicity of using online payment methods. Paysafe and Emerchants just provide players with another reason to celebrate by signing a brand-new agreement deal.
An Important Milestone for IGaming
Paysafe is the owner and operator of several major payment services available in online casinos including Skrill, NETELLER and PaySafeCard among others. All these financial instruments are routinely used by those who want to transfer money over the Internet quickly, safely and with minimal costs. They have also emerged as a popular solution among online casino players, punters and poker players.
By striking the deal with Emerchants, a leading payment solutions company, it will offer new payout card alternatives to the aforesaid gamblers. Paysafe has a flawless track record and the new financial instruments are a godsend for the iGaming community in Europe.
A Faster Way to Withdraw Funds
Depositing for the first time and reloading an online gambling account is nowadays done instantly, but cash outs take significantly longer. Players frequently have to wait between three and five banking days to receive their profits. In the wake of this new deal, Paysafe and Emerchants will be able to offer prepaid cards that can be used anywhere to gain instant access to online winnings.
Those who obtain such a prepaid card will be in possession of a safe financial instrument that can be used in-store, over the Internet or at the ATM. Members of the European iGaming community will also have the option of re-betting instantly by transferring the funds back to the online account. By doing so, they won’t miss out on any lucrative opportunity that arises after a withdrawal is operated.