In 1991, MasterCard introduced a brand of debit and prepaid cards called Maestro. The debit cards are obtained from banks associated with the company and linked to your bank account, but the prepaid option doesn’t require having a bank account at all.
You can use your Maestro cards to pay for a variety of different things online, including a wide range of goods and services, and at online casinos. In fact, you’ll struggle to find a site that doesn’t allow you to use it.
How to Use Maestro
You’ll be able to use Maestro at both local and international sites.
Once you have selected the item you wish to pay for, or navigated to the Banking or Cashier page of the site you wish to deposit at, you’ll need to enter your billing and shipping addresses as required, click Continue, and supply your payment information. Choose Maestro, enter the name that appears on your card, and the 16-digit number on the front. Supply the expiry month and year and then type in your three-digit security code (CVV). Review the information to make sure it’s correct, click Confirm and your payment will go through.