Making Withdrawals at Online Casinos

After you have made your first ever deposit at an online casino, you will find that making a withdrawal is just as easy. The best thing to do when you sign up to an online casino would be to try and find a suitable online payment method that allows you to deposit and withdraw because certain methods (such as prepaid cards) can only be used for depositing and not for withdrawing. It would also be a good idea to have a withdrawal method ready prior to even signing up to an online casino.

There are plenty of reliable and perfectly secure online casino withdrawal methods out there today and we have found that most players end up using credit cards such as Visa, Solo & Switch, or e-Wallets (which are also known as web wallets). Some of the most popular e-Wallets that players tend to use at online casinos today include NETELLER, Skrill and PayPal, plus there are lots of other great e-Wallets out there. Credit cards and e-Wallets are extremely effective withdrawal methods and they are generally really easy to use.

When you are ready to withdraw some of your winnings at an online casino, you need to head to the cashier section and choose your preferred withdrawal method. The minimum amount that you can withdraw is usually around $20.00, so make sure that you have enough in your account to withdraw. It would also be a good idea to leave some money in your gaming account so that you don’t have to deposit again.

For example if you make an initial deposit of $50 and end up winning $100, you could withdraw $100 of your winnings back to your credit card or e-Wallet and you could leave the remaining $50 in your account for another day. Although most deposits are usually processed instantly, most withdrawals can take anywhere from just a couple of hours up to usually no more than 48 hours. However, some withdrawals can take even longer and this will all depend on where you are playing and on which method you are using to withdraw.

Almost all online casino withdrawal methods today are free to use, but if you are charged it is likely to be a very small fee. Let’s just say that you withdraw $300 winnings. Your chosen method may charge you a very small amount where you could end up receiving perhaps $297 or $298, rather than $300. To find out more about these charges, the best thing to do would be to read through the fees/charges that apply to your chosen method. Don’t forget, most payment methods are in fact free and will not charge you.

Should you ever encounter any kind of issue when trying to withdraw, the best thing to do would be to contact the player support at the casino. You can contact the support at most online casinos today using live chat, email and telephone support methods. In the unlikely event that you haven’t’ received your winnings and the casino can’t help you the next best move would be to contact the support that is provided by your chosen payment method.