After reviewing and vetting the suitability of Optimal Payments LLC (OPAY), the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) awarded the global online payment processor, license to operate in NJ. This denotes that OPAY is now the official provider of payment and risk management solutions to Atlantic City’s licensed casino operators, once Internet gambling in the Garden State becomes operational.
Optimal Payments provide services to businesses in more than 200 countries throughout the world; albeit, most online casinos and recreational gamblers are more familiar with its e-wallet payment solution, NETELLER®. Actually, a broad range of industries and not just online casinos, use NETELLER® when paying and/or receiving payments from customers, suppliers and affiliates because of its capability to facilitate financial transfers safely and immediately.
NETELLER® supports 19 currencies and 13 languages, as well as implements stringent identity and age verification measures in line with the “Know Your Customer” best practices principle. Moreover, OPAY offers a 100 percent funds indemnification assurance, as well as marketing and loyalty programs to users. The e-wallet payment solution has other amenities such as embedded MasterCard feature, low foreign exchange fees, and flexibility of fund transfer methods.
Joel Leonoff, President and CEO of Optimal Payments, voiced his optimism in collaborating with their future Atlantic City partners. Becoming an approved vendor in New Jersey, will enable OPAY to showcase the company’s extensive experience and proficiency in facilitating online payments. After all, the suitability and integrity of the payment system is a critical factor, as other U.S. states are closely observing how the Garden State will fare in launching its forth-coming Internet gambling operations.