New banking options added by Omni Casino

Omni Casino offers advantages to players from all over Europe with its new banking options.

Recently Omni Casino has added 11 new banking options for its players, mostly for far away countries like New Zealand, Brazil and Mexico.

The first option is the well-known Internet Banking and allows players to fund their casino accounts instantly, directly from their bank account. The good news about this is that players do not need a credit card, but they still have to be registered with their banks, for online banking. This option accepts American, Canadian and Australian dollars, British pounds and Euros. An identical banking option is Poli, allowed only for Australia and New Zealand. the currencies accepted are Australian and American dollars and Euros.

Players from Germany and Austria can also enjoy banking options. The Sofortueberweisung payment option allows players from the two countries to instantly fund their casino accounts directly from their bank accounts. Players need bank codes like BSB, PIN and TAN to use this option. Giropay is a similar banking option and applies for a smaller number of banks from the two countries. Currencies accepted are American dollars and Euros.

Omni Casino offers banking option all over the Europe, involving local banks and dealing with American dollars and Euros. EPS is a secure option for Austrian players, who only need to log on with a PIN, make payment and confirm with a TAN. iDEAL is a similar option, but for Netherlands players. eKonto is an instant bank transfer service for customers banking with Raiffeisen Bank and eBanka from Czech Republic. Prezelewy24 is an eWallet for players from Poland, and can be funded with cards from Visa, Mastercard and others, Moneybookers and Polish banks. Multibanco is a safe banking options for Portuguese players, who can use either Internet banking or ATM.

The casino added Boleto Bancario option for Brazilian players who can use an online bank account or an electronically generated slip over the counter, in banks. Dinero Mail is for Mexican players and uses cash payments, credit cards, bank transfers and e-Wallet.