Ukash is a secure way to pay.It is a electronic money, and it has to use before the Use By date. You will no longer be able to use the code after the date, typically 12 months.
You can pay with Ukash at thousands of websites worldwide. Visit the following link to see where you can spend Ukash Vouchers: http://www.ukash.com/ca/en/where-to-spend.aspx
But you should treat your Ukash voucher code in the same way as you treat your cash. Keep it safe and don't give it to anyone else because, once used or lost, the value cannot be easily recovered. This is because Ukash is different to a bank account or a wallet, such as PayPal. Your Ukash value is not held centrally in an account that is linked to your identity; instead, the voucher value is linked to the voucher code. Put simply, anyone who knows the voucher code and the value can spend that value online.
Break up your Ukash code into smaller value codes so you can shop across multiple websites and spend just the right amount.
Change the currency of your Ukash code, so you can spend your Ukash on more websites. Ideal if your chosen website doesn't accept your currency.
Add multiple Ukash codes together to get a single code. Great if you have a number of small value codes and want to buy something more expensive.