Online Gambling Guide and Reference

Making Withdrawals from Online Casinos

Before you can start making withdrawals at your favourite online casino, you need to be a fully registered member and this means that you need to have completed the verification process. You won’t be able to withdraw your rightful winnings until you have completed the verification process and in the meantime you will only be able to make deposits.

As soon as your account is fully verified you can start withdrawing and you can find a complete list of withdrawal methods that are accepted at the casino by heading to the cashier/banking section. There are more deposit methods available compared to the number of withdrawal methods that are available, but you can still find a decent range of methods to choose from. We recommend using the same method that you use to deposit funds, so try to find an appropriate method that allows you to deposit and withdraw.

The most common online casino withdrawal methods that are now widely accepted include credit & debit cards, bank transfers, wire transfers and e-wallets (aka web wallets). It is also possible to receive your winnings from an online casino via check/cheque, but this is by far the slowest withdrawal method and generally only used as a last resort. You will find that the most popular withdrawal methods currently used by online gamblers tend to include credit & debit cards such as Visa, Solo & Maestro. Many online casino gamblers also prefer using e-wallets to withdraw and some of the most popular e-wallets include Skrill, PayPal, NETELLER, ECO, entropay, EziPay and ClickandBuy.

It also seems as though new online payment solutions continue becoming available all the time, so you never have to worry about how you are going to get your hands on your winnings. Depending on which country you are playing from will also determine exactly which methods are available to you as a player and the best thing to do to find out exactly which methods are available to you would be to contact the casino’s player support for more information.

You may have already learned that a deposit can take just seconds for the funds to arrive in your account, but withdrawals can often take much longer. To receive your winnings within a couple of hours you should consider yourself extremely lucky. Most online casino withdrawals can take anywhere from 6 hours up to usually no more than 48 hours to be processed, so you need to be prepared to wait for your winnings.

Any credit card or debit card details that you need to enter before making a withdrawal can easily be stored locally with the casino so that you don’t need to manually enter this information every time you wish to cash out. Your e-wallet account number can also be stored in the same way. If you make a successful withdrawal but the money doesn’t seem to have arrived in your account, you may need to contact the casino to find out what has happened, but this kind of thing very rarely happens.