When you play at an online casino for real money, the end goal is to win and have the chance to quickly and effortlessly withdraw your winnings.
The procedure has minor differences with the deposit process and generally speaking it is rather easy to withdraw your earnings from an online casino account.
At the point when you wish to cash-out, here’s what you ought to do:
Check the Withdrawal Process Limitations
Before you send your withdrawal request to the cashier department, it is preferable to read all the info the casino is giving you on the withdrawal process. Overall, knowing the banking apparatus of the online casino you’re playing at is useful in this situation.
Oftentimes, casinos will limit you to a specific banking method that you have chosen for depositing – you will not be able to choose another one to withdraw.
Also, there may some cash-out limits to be mindful of. The operator will limit you to a specific sum that you can withdraw per day/week/month. There should also be a minimum withdrawal amount announced as the starting point for all real money players looking to cash-out their winnings.
Log Into Your Account and Go to the Cashier
Obviously, to be able to use the cashier service, you must be logged in. Navigate to the cashier, the same place you visited when you made a deposit. Instead of choosing the option “deposit”, click on “withdraw”.
As we’ve hinted earlier, the casinos will often require you to use the same method for deposits and withdrawals, but some may allow you to choose a separate option for cashing out.
Tip: Check if you have any bonuses active before you decide to withdraw, as you may lose the bonus funds if you withdraw money prematurely, before meeting the bonus wagering requirements.
Providing Identification Documents
It is standard policy with most online casinos to require additional proof of identity from customers before they issue a payout. This is a result of the Know Your Customer (KYC) laws and aims to prevent money laundering.
What does this mean in practice? It means that you are likely to be asked to provide ID info in the form of a copy of your passport/driver’s license/ID card and a utility bill or bank statement, no more than three months old.
Entering the Transfer Amount and Approving the Withdrawal
Before the transaction can be completed, you must enter the desired amount, all the while minding the withdrawal limits imposed by the casino. The final step is to confirm the operation after having followed through the process as it was indicated by the software of the casino and/or your chosen payment method.
You will receive the notification that your request has been successful and now all that is left is to wait for the funds to be credited to your card/bank account/e-wallet balance.
Some casinos have a pending period of 24h-48h, so you may need to add that to the waiting time. E-wallet withdrawals are typically the fastest, as opposed to withdrawals to bank cards which may take several days to get credited.