Koho is a new online prepaid payment system that is available exclusively to Canadian residents with the exception of the province of Quebec. The Koho card is a reloadable prepaid card that is accepted everywhere Visa cards are accepted. This means that Canadians can use the card at thousands of online and brick and mortar merchants without incident. What makes this card so viable for Canadians and specifically millennials, is that there are almost no fees associated with using, activating and replacing the card in addition to a lot of other features that prepaid cards just don’t typically have.
PayPal is one of the largest e-wallet platforms around the globe, boasting over 170 million users in over two hundred countries, including Canada. It is now considered a Fortune 500 company and is well-known and used for the security it offers users. All users who use PayPal do not have to worry about any of their personal information being given to the vendors they buy from and if there are any issues with items purchased, PayPal has a buyer protection policy in place that allows complaint filing. The company also has a seller protection policy in place that protects the seller from specific types of chargebacks, unauthorized payments, and even fraud.
Entropay is an online payment system that works a bit differently than e-wallets, in that it allows users to create, delete, deposit and withdraw to and from virtual disposable Visa cards. These cards work like any other prepaid Visa card which means that they are accepted among millions of merchants worldwide, including those in Canada. This makes it very convenient for Canadian users who want to gamble in an online casino as Entropay is a wildly accepted and popular choice.