EntroPay was the first European Visa card that could be used online. It came out in 2003. Since then, it has loaded more than £1 billion and made more than 6 million virtual credit cards. When you open an EntroPay account, you have to give your personal information and set up a way to get money (debit or credit card or bank account transfer). After you set up your username and password and add money to your account, you can start buying things online. One of the best things about EntroPay is that you can set up multiple virtual Visa cards in different currencies (£, $, €) and for different purposes. When it comes to managing your virtual cards, you can add new cards and get rid of old ones with just one click.
The least you can add is £10, and the most you can add in one transaction is £1,000. However, you can add up to a total of £10,000 each month. You can add money to your account with a debit card, a credit card, or a bank transfer. EntroPay cards are prepaid, so you don’t have to pay interest or monthly or annual fees, and you can only spend as much as you put on the card. Also, virtual cards don’t have anything to do with a bank account.
If you want to buy something online, you can use your EntroPay card anywhere online that accepts Visa. In an EntroPay transaction, you give your virtual card number, the date it expires, and a security code called a CVV code. You are the only one who knows this information. As was said above, when you buy something online, neither your personal information nor your credit card information is given to the seller. Also, you can use a different virtual card every time you buy something. Your purchases show up on your EntroPay transaction history with a slight delay, just like with a regular credit card (not real time).