What payment methods can be used for withdrawal?
In theory, withdrawals from online casino winnings may be deposited to a debit card account, credit card, bank account, etc. Things are slightly more complex in reality – though hardly disastrously so.
If you’ve deposited by gift card, money transfer or bank check, you’ll need to establish some kind of withdrawal account; check to be certain that your bank allows transactions to/from online casino websites. Most Europe-based financial institutions and e-wallet accounts are good to receive withdrawals.
Can I track my withdrawals?
Just as with depositing, any player certainly should be provided easy-to-understand access to records of all transactions made – withdrawals and deposits. We recommend that immediately upon deposit, you inspect the relevant “player account” page to get a feel for the workings and display of the website’s record keeping.
Also recommended: Keep a personal record on your computer or mobile device of any transaction numbers you receive while making a withdrawal or deposit, just as you would with virtually any virtual order.
Is there such a thing as withdrawal limits?
Unfortunately for the player, yes. Again, because the great majority of online casino businesses do not receive the same financial protection and/or liquidity insurance that most enterprises do, casino operators must place artificial controls on cash flow. This results in limits – usually expressed in daily, weekly and monthly terms – handed down to the player.
However, these limits are hardly a secret. Again, we encourage going through those terms and conditions upon registering at online casinos to know these limits.
Having said all this, note that high-rollers are often rewarded with higher withdrawal limits (not to mention quicker processing) and a *big* win on the slots may be immediately awarded to the player in one lump sum.