|Cyprus, Australia||/5||$100||Read the review|
|UK, Cyprus, Dubai, South Africa, Seychelles||/5||$50||Read the review|
|UK, Cyprus, South Africa, Mauritius||/5||$100, $10||Read the review|
|Australia||/5||$200||Read the review|
|Australia||/5||$100||Read the review|
FasaPay is an increasingly popular alternative payment method that has its roots in the Singapore based Fasa Centre Solutions Ltd. Essentially, FasaPay acts as an intermediary between banks and brokers, if we are to speak in forex terms. The transactions are fast and secure, accounts are protected using RAID encryption technology, and personal data is stored into separate hard drives. The services of FasaPay are available in 209 countries, making one of the most popular payment methods out there.
Accounts are funded by bank transfer, so no credit/debit cards are necessary for completing a FasaPay transaction. However, transactions can only be made in USD and IDR.
FasaPay lets you transfer money with other members, between $0.1 and $1 million. Users can also make deposits with FasaPay between $1000 and $5000. Withdrawals via FasaPay to bank. accounts are limited to $75 000.
FasaPay is very light on transaction fees. Deposits between $1000 and $5000 are free of charge, while all transactions between different FasaPay users are charged with 0,5%.