UKash Review

UKash is one of the less popular online payment options which has several advantages over many of the other – often more popular – payment methods. For starters, UKash do not require proof of age for their users. The use of the online payment method does not involve the presence of a physical instrument of pay like a card. The UKash payment solution does not charge processing fees and at the end of the day, it’s really just an incredibly simple way to transfer money to online casinos, online poker rooms as well as various online merchants.

UKash works pretty much like the other e-wallets do: players get to transfer funds directly from their bank accounts through credit card to an online account, from where they’re then able to spend the money the way they want to without ever letting those at the receiving end of their transactions know more about them than their email addresses. The use of the method hinges on a 19-digit UKash number, which players can use in lieu of a card or another physical proof of identity.

It needs to be noted that UKash is in no way as popular as Moneybookers or Neteller or even ClickandBuy for that matter. The processor is based in London and the operation seems focused on the UK. It is available in other countries such as Spain and Germany too, and there are indeed an increasing number of online poker operators who accept this payment method, but there’s still a long way to go for UKash to catch up with its competitors volume and popularity-wise.

What are the drawbacks of the method? Well, UKash cannot be used by US customers. The currency options that it features are limited, as are the online poker rooms and online merchants which accept UKash.

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