PayPal is an American financial company with its headquarters in California. It is mainly known as a payment processor for online auction sites and commercial enterprises. PayPal was founded in 1998, initially only used for Palm Pilot payments, and at the time was known as Confinity. It now has over 240 million registered users.
MasterCard is an American corporation with its headquarters in New York. It is used throughout the world to process payments between banks. One of its innovations is the introduction of prepaid debit cards, for consumers who do not have a bank account. MasterCard sponsors many sporting teams and events, including the NewZealand rugby team.
Skrill Limited is a UK based company that allows payments to be made through the internet. Its primary focus is to provide low-cost money transfers. Skrill was founded in 2001 and has its headquarters in London. It is the only officially authorised digital wallet for use in internet gambling in New Jersey.
American Express (Amex) is the third most popular credit card brand on Earth. Unlike Visa and Mastercard, Amex generally issues credit cards itself, giving it more control over how they are used. This means that it is able to make more decisions about how they are used, such as banning their use for gambling.
Visa is an American financial corporation, with its headquarters in California. It allows electronic money transfers through the use of its debit and credit cards. Visa is now the world's second-biggest card payment company in the world. It also operates an automated teller machine network and has introduced contactless technology.
Neteller is a money transfer service, primarily used for online gambling payments, forex trading and social network transactions. It was founded in 1999 and is now owned by Paysafe Group Limited. Accounts can be opened in any one of 26 currencies, loading money from debit or credit cards or by bank transfer.