Date published: 27.01.2021
Neteller & Skrill Stop Processing Gambling Payments in Norway
In December 2020, a significant change affected how players in Norway deposit and withdraw at online casinos, when Neteller and Skrill both stopped processing payments made to online gambling websites, and players had the option to cash out their remaining winnings to Neteller or Skrill until December 21st.
The two e-wallets were among the most popular used payment options at Norwegian casinos, and restricting them doesn't leave players with a whole lot of options, as many other payment options aren't possible either, due to the restrictive gambling laws in Norway where online gambling is considered illegal.
Payz is another e-wallet service, which has been around for two decades now and established a good position among e-wallet providers.
Many online casinos accept Payz e-wallet payments, which are a good alternative to Skrill or Neteller, as the also support Norwegian Kroner for the account.
Their fees are competitive as well, and the account can be topped up with many options, including credit and debit cards, bank transfers and more.
Payments are secure and just as fast as with other wallets, and you can also get a prepaid Payz Mastercard and use it online, in-store or at ATMs.
Jeton is a newer e-wallet service, not nearly as well-known or large as Payz, but they have a competitive offer, support over 50 currencies, including Norwegian Kroner, and over 70 payment options to fund the wallet.
The company La Orange Limited is also registered in the UK and licensed by the FCA.
A personal account is registered within minutes and you can find many online casinos that accept Jeton for deposits and withdrawals.
You can also get a Jeton card to spend money anywhere in the world, and the mobile app allows you to quickly access your wallet and make payments.
The fees are a bit lower than those of other services.