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What is the Trustly payment method?

  • Written by Alexa Curtis


Trustly is a relatively new name in the business. It was founded about a decade ago, but it’s constantly growing. Therefore, this service is now available in pretty much whole Europe, while we may presume it will soon spread to the rest of the world.

Trustly isn’t necessary a payment method designed for casinos only. It is a service that allows us to shop, pay and make other kinds of money transfer with ease. Not only that it can be used for bank accounts, but this company also provides services through PayPlay, TransferWise and similar platforms.

How does the Trustly work?

Well, things are pretty simple here. The best thing about this service is that you don’t need to create an account, no matter if you want to play online casino or to shop online. Everything you need to know is the username and password of your online bank account, and you can instantly use Trustly.

When you want to deposit in your casino, all you need to do is to select Trustly as a payment method. Once you do this, you will get a long list of locations and banks that support this service. If you live in Europe, I have no doubt you will find your bank pretty quickly. After you select, you will be automatically redirected to your online bank application. All you need to do is to enter username and password, as well as to confirm the payment. The amount you’ve selected will be added to your account instantly.

Is it safe?

Trustly is arguably one of the safest payment methods around. If we consider that it doesn’t remember your bank password, we can say it is safe as any bank in Europe. Moreover, this service is regulated by the Swedish FSA, which is the government’s organ that regulates every bank and verajohn casino in this Scandinavian country.

What are the benefits?

The benefits of using this method are numerous. Of course, the first thing that comes to mind is the instant payment. Once you confirm your payment, the funds will be instantly added to your casino account, which is something you won’t get from other services. A thing that is starting to become a thing in Germany is something called “spiele ohne anmeldung” – which means that you can play at online casinos without even having yourself an account. Also, a great thing is that there is no bothering with things like creating an account. The Trustly is quick, convenient and as safe as any other bank in Europe. Definitely something you should try!

Who can use Trustly?

At this point, Trustly is still limited to the European Union. Still, the company is growing pretty fast, so we may expect this service available in other parts of the world in the near future. It all started is just a couple of countries, such as Sweden, Finland, Poland, Denmark and Estonia. These days, the service is available it almost 30 European countries.

Which online casinos support Trustly?

The number is pretty huge these days, as pretty much every major house offers this payment method. You can use it in casinos like 888, Playzee, Casino Gods, Fortune Legends, Zet Casino, GoPro Casino, Spela Casino, LeoVegas, VideoSlots, Frank & Fred, Pots of Luck, Lucky Days and many, many others.

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