Credit and debit cards are the most universal payment option available anywhere in the world. The largest players in this market are Mastercard, VISA, Maestro, American Express and Diners' Club. When you want to pay online with your card, all you have to do is to enter the card number (16 digits), card expiration date (format MM/YY such as 05/21 for March 2021) and in some cases the CVC code which can be found on the back of your card in the form of three digits next to the signature panel of the card.
Of course a card payment can never be 100% secure but banks always allow you to claim a transaction as fraudulent or to block the entire card. You can block the transaction in up to 48 hours after the transaction was made. In some cases, you can claim a transaction as invalid even after a week.
There is a difference between a debit card and credit card. Credit card allows you to buy goods and services on credit (with borrowed money). Debit card allows you to buy with money you have available on your bank account.
Some cards cannot be used for online transactions. Many banks issue electronic cards which you can recognize by several things - the card numbers are not embossed, they do not have the security code on the back side or they have 'Electronic use only' written directly on them. Such cards can be used for ATM withdrawals and payments in stores but not for online payments. On the other hand, embossed cards can be used for online payments. The card number is embossed - that means the numbers are raised above the card surface. They also have the security code on the back side. Many banks allow you to enable or disable online payments for your embossed card so you may want to check this with your bank. If your card transaction failed, you may have online transactions disabled or maximum spending limits set up.
Methods of deposit
You can also deposit by Paysafecard - prepaid cards that can be bought for cash in many places, most often at gas stations, newsagents and some grocery stores.