If a casino is called Turbonino, is it faster than all the others?
A casino does not become extra fast just because it has turbo in the name.
However, the name reveals what Turbonino is good at.
Pay N Play is a glorified name for signing up with BankID.
Only Trustly at Turbonino
Those of you who like fast deposits and withdrawals at online casinos are surely familiar with Trustly and Swish. Both methods are popular because they are so fast. It is well known that it takes considerably longer to enter credit card information, and the e-wallets Skrill and Neteller do not transfer winnings directly to your bank account. But Turbonino lacks Swish.
Now, it's not really the case that Swish is faster than Trustly. Both payment methods are directly linked to your bank account, and the only significant difference is that Swish is based on your phone number and your BankID, while Trustly is only based on your BankID. Trustly also has something called Pay N Play, but it's really just another name for the same thing.
Swish and Trustly are the fastest payment methods at casinos.
Pay N Play is a rather meaningless name which is effectively the same as Trustly.
Trustly itself is not a guarantee for direct withdrawals.
If you think that Turbonino offers instant withdrawals (meaning that you have the money in your account within five minutes after requesting the withdrawal), then you are unfortunately mistaken. Here you have to wait for the casino to manually approve your withdrawals, but for some strange reason, they don't need to approve your deposits... they go through instantly! As you can see, Trustly is not a guarantee for really fast withdrawals.
Regardless of the payment method, it is always the casino that determines how fast or slow it should go. Some casinos have automatic (direct) withdrawals, where no person sits and verifies the withdrawals before they are sent. However, Turbonino apparently wants to have control over the winnings they send to players' bank accounts. A bit sad that they don't trust us.