ecoPayz e-wallet is one of the most trusted banking methods in the world. It was established in 2000 as EcoCard before rebranding in 2013 to ecoPayz. It is certified by Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The e-wallet has gained popularity in recent years, especially in South Africa. Punt casino online allows its players to make deposits and withdrawals using ecoPayz in their local currency (the Rand). It is undoubtedly one of the most secure and convenient options available on the casinos’ banking methods list. Online security is a huge issue for South African players. ecoPayz uses latest online security technology to protect your financial and personal information.

Creating an ecoPayz Account

The ecoPayz account is easy and quick to set up. Simply visit the ecoPayz website for registration, to create the account you are required to complete an online form. Fill in your personal details including a valid email address and password. Once you finish creating your account, you will receive a verification email. Setting up an ecoPayz account only takes few minutes and immediately you can fund your virtual debit card to make a deposit at Punt Casino.

The ecoPayz debit card is funded using a credit card or bank accounts. There are South African banks that partnered with ecoPayz including ABSA, Standard Bank, FNB, Capitec and Nedbank, you can simply link your ecoPayz account to your bank account.

Using ecoPayz at Punt Online Casino

Funding your online casino account and withdrawing your winnings is simple and convenient for you. Select the ecoPayz option and enter all the required information when making a deposit or withdrawal. Please note the minimum deposit amount is R25 and the deposit reflects instantly in your casino account while minimum withdrawal is R500. Payout takes between two to three days.

Why ecoPayz

You can transact at Punt casino without leaving your bank details. It is safe, secure and simple to use. ecoPayz deposits are instant and you can start playing immediately. You can enjoy low transaction charges compared to other banking methods.