Visa card has been used since the very beginning of online shopping. Millions of cybernauts worldwide continue using their Visas as a legitimate payment method online for purchases and services offered on the web.
This, of course, includes casino sites, as well. So, get your Visa from your wallet and pay attention to these steps teaching you how to deposit with it:
Go to a Visa-friendly Online Casino and Register
To be able to deposit with Visa at a casino online, the casino has to accept it as a method of payment. Fortunately, there are few brands as widely known and as easily recognizable as Visa.
In other words, nearly every casino on the web will accept it. You won’t have a problem choosing a Visa casino to join.
Go to the Cashier Section and Pick Visa
As a registered member of the casino, you can go to the cashier and select your preferred method of payment.
In this case, you will choose Visa card. The casino will then ask you for certain information needed to carry out the deposit correctly and safely.
Enter Card Info in the Empty Fields
If you haven’t previously used your Visa debit or credit card to make a deposit at this particular casino (you are depositing for the first time), you will need to enter your card details.
Enter your name (name of the cardholder), as well as card number, card expiration date and the CVV number located on the reverse side of the card, to the right of the signature strip (the 3-digit security code).
Settle on the Deposit Amount
Before you can submit a deposit, you have to select the amount to transfer from your card balance.
Some casinos will offer you predetermined amounts, but you will always have the option to enter your own desired amount, as long as you adhere to the casino’s deposit limitations. Typically, you will not be able to deposit less than €10 and more than a few thousand per transfer.
Submit your Deposit and Wait for it to Get Credited
If all the information is correct, the transaction should be carried out within a minute or two. It is possible that a verification check gets triggered when you confirm the deposit.
Visa cardholders are often prompted to enter a unique code (sent via text message or email) to confirm their payment. Do that if asked, and you are all set to play with the money you deposited with your Visa.