So we can still use are ecopayz accounts just not are mastercards to withdrawl from are cards which is aN absolute joke ig anybody finds an ewallet that offers canadians physical cards pls let me know seems like canadians are always getting screwed over for something never amy good news just seem to be msking things harder
I use ecopayz all the time.
To deposit and withdraw.
I have an ecopayz mastercard that I can withdraw at any atm machine. So that’s how I got my withdrawals. However that will be over in August. No more ecopayz mc for Canadians. So I will have to withdraw to the bank.
Most casinos I go to I can deposit via Paysafe, onetime mc debit and withdraw to ecopayz.
And then I go to atm machine. But as of August I will have to withdraw to my bank account from exopayz.
Depending on the casino you go to you will be able to do this to. But you must have used the option beforehand in order to withdraw. That is why they asked you to deposit. You have to deposit and withdraw via same method according to rules. I think they make exception with Paysafe and debit cards cuz u can’t withdraw back to them.
SoEcopayz support is as helpful as always, I suggest they may want to prepare for the fact they are making themselves obsolete for this section of the userbase they just acquired.. somone is already getting a piece of the deposit fee they used to get because I use my visadebit to buy the ecovoucher, maybe just a non-MC branded debit card so they keep the ease of use for the customer and remain viable..
they reply that I can't use my visa debit for gaming, I'll have to use an alternative deposit method. They've passed along my suggestion.
So I'm prepping for "just use bank transfer to withdraw" and everyone going.. "ok... and using bank withdrawal at the casino"
Heads up to someone looking for a niche to exploit.. large userbase looking for an ewallet tailored to the actual needs of canadians, not filled with solutions that are slow, antiquated or entirely unusable.. Turns out we're willing to pay a premium on every transaction for it ;-)