How It Works?
Since DC Payments is a B2B company and doesn’t deal with end users directly, customers can purchase their Visa or MasterCard prepaid cards at accredited retailers. One of them is the group’s subsidiary DC Bank.
The prepaid cards can be used anywhere where Visa, MasterCard or Interac is accepted, and are reloadable, so users can add more money as they like. That said, paying online for goods or services using the cards is just as simple as with any other Visa or MasterCard. Just look for the logo on the seller’s page and proceed by filling in the necessary fields as usual. And since it’s a prepaid card, it can only be used up to the amount you have in your corresponding account.
While the company doesn’t go deep into the safety tools and procedures, they note state-of-the-art fraud detection solutions and the ability to block user’s card in case of fraudulent behaviour to avoid losses.
That said, DC Payments is also compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), which sets high standards and reduces credit card fraud even further. Any additional protection and safety features will depend on the institution that supplies the card.
When it comes to charges, Direct Cash prepaid cards come with transaction and reloading fees, as well as monthly maintenance commissions. Additional payment limits may apply at the point of sale, so make sure you check that with each merchant or operator individually.
Currently, Direct Cash solutions are accepted only at a handful of online gaming sites, including brands like Gala Bingo, as well as Drake, Gossip Slots and GTbets casinos.
Direct Cash or DC Payments, is a publicly listed company that provides full-service payment processing solutions, including ATMs, POS, as well as prepaid credit and debit cards, gift and calling cards. It’s based in Canada, but also operates in Mexico, the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Click here to visit Direct Cash website.
Posted by CCJ Team