Zimpler is a payment method that can be used to deposit funds at an online casino. It was founded in Sweden in 2013. It’s a mobile payment solution like Boku. However it functions slightly differently as Boku is a pay by phone bill method. With Zimpler, your account is connected to your mobile phone. Customers do not have to download an App, or go through a prolonged registration process. Once your mobile phone and zimpler are paired, it couldn’t be zimpler (you’re welcome), to make a deposit at your favourite online casino.
When you log into your casino account to make a payment, select zimpler as your preferred choice. Once you have done so, and entered the amount you’d like to deposit, you’ll be prompted to enter your mobile phone number. Once you have completed this, press continue.
In a matter of moments, you will then receive a text message (SMS) from them with a unique pin code. You’ll be asked to enter that 4 digit pin beneath the telephone number that you have just entered. Once you have completed that, press “Continue” again. It really is as zimple (pushing it) as that. Your receipt will arrive shortly afterwards, to confirm the amount, and the success of your transaction.
According to their website, they process all transaction information through encrypted 256-bit SSL certificates. As you can see in our article on real money casinos, this means that the player’s sensitive financial data is extremely well protected. Third parties cannot, under normal circumstances, gain access to any of the customer’s data.
You can add funds to your account via debit or credit card. You will incur no fees for doing so. If you are concerned about overspending, you can activate a limit on your account. Therefore, whenever you make a payment through zimpler, it will contribute towards your set budget.
One downside is that currently, players cannot make withdrawals via zimpler from their online casino account. However, according to their website, they are looking to rectify this for the future. The company is also looking to expand, having obtained their Payment Institution licence by Finansinspektionen, the Swedish financial regulatory body.