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FastAccess Funding


FastAccess Funding

Worldpay FastAccess Funding works for both online payments and traditional properties, allowing players a positive gaming experience without interruption. No more waiting days—or sometimes weeks—for winnings. With FastAccess Funding, Worldpay simplifies payments for operators and players by delivering funds direct to their cards in 30 minutes or less.

Fast and easy access to funds help keep the play going. Real-time push payments offer a frictionless payments experience, helping provide a better customer experience. And with payments sent directly to a player’s card of choice, funding isn’t only convenient—it’s the preferred method of payment.

FastAccess Funding ensures the payment experience is both consistent and enjoyable across the gaming landscape. No matter how players engage with the operator’s brand—in person or online—FastAccess Funding is built to accommodate payment needs in any market.

  • Speed: Funds become available in a recipient’s account within 30 minutes of receiving the authorization confirmation message.
  • Insights: By pushing winnings to the players’ cards, funds are available for additional purchases without the anonymity of paying out in cash.
  • Security: The recipient issuer has the opportunity to make risk-based approval decisions; the sender receives immediate confirmation of transaction success from recipient’s bank.
  • Scale: Many issuers accept and authorize Visa and MasterCard gaming payment transactions, so whichever market an operator serves, FastAccess Funding has them covered.

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