SOFORT Banking

Casino members outside of the United States have a fun new way to make payments. SOFORT banking, part of the Klarna Group, is here to help you make your casino deposits quickly and securely so that you can play your favorite online casino games in record time.

Using SOFORT Banking is Incredibly Easy

It is so simple to use SOFORT Banking. You don’t even start by creating an account. SOFORT simply transfers funds from the bank you choose to the casino. You don’t waste time creating a SOFORT account, there’s no virtual wallet to monitor, and payments are handled instantly.

On the SOFORT Banking screen, you choose the amount you want to transfer, your country, and the name of your bank. Click “Next” and the screen asking for your bank routing number and pin. Everything is sent in an encrypted form for your security. The money transfers instantly from your bank to the casino. After clicking next, you’re taking to a confirmation screen you can print out that shows the details of how much money you transferred and the complete details for the sending bank and receiving bank.

Security Facts

SOFORT Banking launched in 2005. In that time, they’ve processed more than 50 million payments and have never had an incident of fraudulent activity. This is due largely in part to SOFORT’s policy to never store your information. Should fraudulent activity ever occur, SOFORT guarantees they will reimburse any money you lose in the transaction.

Your security is important to both you and SOFORT Banking. SOFORT holds certification from TUV Saarland and a TUV seal for “Approved Data Protection.” Nothing you submit on the SOFORT website is stored. Merchants can never access your banking information, they simply receive the money from your bank into their account. All SOFORT receives is a notification giving your name and the amount you sent them.

Where is SOFORT Banking Available?

Currently, SOFORT Banking is available to residents in many European countries, including places like Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom.