Ukash replaced by Paysafecard

For some time now Ukash customers have been directed to Paysafecard when purchasing new vouchers. This is because Ukash has been taken over by Skrill and Paysafecard. Rather than running two different payment systems, the decision has been made to completely replace Ukash with Paysafecard.

Use UKASH Before 31st October 2015

While you can no longer buy a Ukash voucher, you can still spend the money you have on them. However, this will cease to be the case on 31st October 2015. From this date all Ukash vouchers will become obsolete and you’ll no longer be able to spend the money you have on them.Those who have been regular users of Ukash to play online slots will be happy to know that Paysafecard works in much the same way. You just need to purchase the voucher, log into your favourite casino and click on Paysafecard as the payment option then type in the 16-digit code to deposit your cash.Ukash replaced by Paysafecard

Paysafecard Advantages

Being one of Europe’s leading pre-payment companies, Paysafecard does have some additional advantages. You can buy vouchers to the value of £10, £25, £50, £75 or £100 from over 500,000 outlets. Once you’ve bought your voucher you can spend some of the cash at one site and hold the rest to use later as the remaining balance will stay valid. You can also keep track of transactions easily either online or via the company’s smartphone app. In addition, there is the option of using multiple PINs when making payments.

Don’t Forget

Don’t forget that any outstanding cash left on Ukash vouchers will no longer be valid from 31st October. This means that you’ll need to spend the vouchers before this date or face losing the money you put on them. So check you purse and deposit any outstanding Ukash vouchers before they go obsolete.

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