PokerNews Free Gold VIP Status Upgrade!

PokerNews recommends ecoPayz to deposit, withdraw and transfer money instantly, safely and conveniently. If you register now for a free ecoPayz account through PokerNews you will instantly be upgraded to Gold VIP Status which includes three separate currencies in your e-wallet, free transfers to other ecoPayz accounts and low foreign exchange fees. In addition, Gold VIP Status allows for up to three free debit ecoCards to customers in SEPA countries in US Dollar, Euro and British Pounds.

Company Overview:

Established in 2000, EcoPayz is a trusted leader in the e-wallet and banking industry specializing in secure online transactions to merchants including a plethora of online gaming companies.

With over 15 years of experience and millions of customers around the world, funds are safe and secure at EcoPayz. The company is well regulated similarly to that of industry leaders Skrill and Neteller.

In 2014, EcoPayz was nominated for the Anti-Fraud/Security Solution of the Year by Payments Awards and boasts the highest standards of PCI and DSS 256-bit data encryption and security.

EcoPayz is a brand name of PSI-Pay Ltd and is registered in West Sussex, England. The company is authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011.

Service Overview:

Creating an ecoPayz account is both free and easy. New customers simply need to fill out a form with a few personal details including name, address, telephone number, birthday and email address.

Uploading cash to an ecoPayz account is can easily be done through bank transfer, credit card, Bitcoin or ecoVoucher. The service provider supports over 170 countries, making it one of the most comprehensive online payment solutions available. Uploading to funds to ecoPayz is cheap and in some cases free. Fees range from 0-7 percent for bank transfer 1.69-2.9 percent for credit cards and 0-2.9 percent for ecoVoucher.

Withdrawals can be made to a nominated bank account with fees ranging from €2.90 to €10. Alternatively, withdrawals can be made at a fee of two percent with a €1.50 minimum fee through an ecoCard, which up to three are provided for free in SEPA countries in US Dollar, Euro and British Pounds to all customers that sign-up through PokerNews. The ecoCard can also be used to purchase goods and services at millions of merchants around the world.

Foreign exchange fees range from 1.25 to 2.99 percent for transactions to bank accounts while it is applied at a flat two percent rate for ecoCard transactions.

Customers can use ecoPayz for deposits and withdrawals at most, but not all, online poker rooms. PokerNews recommends ecoPayz not only for its ease of use, security and low fees but also due to its great support, which Trustpilot has ranked higher than many of its competitors including Skrill and Neteller.