Live Casino Withdraw
If you’re in the fortunate enough position to be able to make a nice little withdrawal from your favourite live casino then you’ll be equally pleased to hear that withdrawing is a quick and easy thing for you to do and there’s plenty of different ways for you to do so. The first step in taking out money from an online site is to first make your way over to the site’s cashier section and select withdrawal tab to bring up your options. There’s typically a minimum withdrawal amount of £10 in place at most casinos so if you’ve got more than that in your account then you’re all set and ready to go.
Withdrawing from a Live Casino
When it comes to it though most of these methods of withdrawal can be narrowed down to just 3 or 4 groups and the first one we’ll talk about are wire transfers. These are the simplest and most common way for people to make their withdrawal as all it requires is that you have a bank account. While a wire transfer from a live casino is about as safe and as reliable a method you’ll ever find it does come with some downsides. The first is that it can take up to 5 days to process which isn’t exactly the quickest in the world and the second is that some wire transfers do charge a small percentage.
In our view an even better form of withdrawal is a Visa transfer which is pretty much the exact same as a wire transfer except it’s done via your Visa credit or debit card. All banks now offer their customers Visa cards so getting one isn’t all that difficult and the upside is that it usually only takes 3 days to process and there are no additional charges.
The second type of withdrawal method you’ll find at live casinos come from E-wallets which are online banking sites you’ll have heard of such as Neteller, Paypal, or Skrill. These are pretty useful accounts to have if you’re looking for quicker transfers – especially between casinos as you’re skipping the process of putting the money into your bank and then back out again. Creating an account at one of these sites is incredibly easy as all your require is a password and you can even link your bank account to your E-wallet for when you want to send all the money there as well. It also comes with the added benefit that you don’t need to put your bank details into every site you play on which not only saves a little time, but can also put some of your minds at rest.
The final withdrawal method that live casinos have at their disposal will certainly be appealing to anyone without a bank account and these are cash transfers. Whenever you take a stroll down your local high street you’ll probably notice there’s a good few money shops such as western union kicking about and it’s these shops where you’ll be able to turn your online account balance into real cash. To do this all you need to do is have your account number at the ready and you should be able to make the withdrawal so long as you have some ID for a quick and easy withdrawal method.
The live casino industry has come a long way in the last few years in making player withdrawals a quick and easy process regardless of which method you choose. The most common way is still just a quick wire transfer back into your bank, however online banking tools such as Paypal are becoming increasingly common due to their speed and ease while those simply looking for the cash have that as an option now too!
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