If ever you place a bet on your team and luckily you win, I am almost certain that your next move will be to withdraw some of it. Which brings us to the question of the day, “How will you withdraw the money from a bookmaker?”
Different bookmakers have different ways of withdrawing. As usual, you ought to have logged in to your account else you will not be able to initiate the withdrawal process. Here, I will only show you how to withdraw using the top bookmakers’ accounts.
It is much easier for me to start with the bet365 bookmaker. Whoever has an account with this bookmaker; it is your turn to pay close attention to what is being described here. Let’s go.
Up to now, I believe that you successfully logged in to your account. The next step for you to take is to click on the icon showing your profile picture. Navigate or scroll down till you find the “Withdraw” sub menu. To there, it is safe for you to click and proceed to initiate this process. Obviously, a pop-up window will appear with a different set of menu. Clicking on “Bank” menu will show you the available submenus from where you will be able to find the “Withdraw” submenu. One thing you need to know though is that you can only withdraw using the same payment method you used to deposit into the same account. So, if you used Neteller to deposit money into bet365, you can only withdraw using that Neteller account. There is minimum and maximum withdrawal limit depending on the payment method you used. Interestingly, withdrawal process time varies too depending on your payment method. Some are instant while others take up to 5 business days. That should be enough for bet365.
Unibet punters, you are next. Assuming that you have logged in, look for a button “My Account” you will be taken to a page that will show you “Money +”. “Withdraw money” is hidden inside here and requires you to unveil it by clicking on the + sign. Just like bet365 and other bookmakers, you can only withdraw using the same payment method that you used to make your initial deposit. Luckily, you are not charged any fee for making withdrawals from Unibet account. The payment method, however, may or may not charge you depending 0n the method you use. It is important for you to note that the withdrawal process will take varying time depending on your payment method. For example, using Skrill, it only takes up to a maximum of 12 hours while bank transfer may take 3-5 working days before the money is reflected on your other account.
There are minimum and maximum withdrawal limits that you are allowed to withdraw. In case the process is unsuccessful, be sure to check on those limits first before raising alarms to their Help Centre. This pretty much covers more than enough for Unibet punters.
Where are the William Hill bettors? If you are there, this is your time to learn how to make your withdrawals. After logging in and clicking on “My Account”, you should be able to see “withdraw” listed under “payments”. A pop-up window will open up for you to enter the amount you want to withdraw. Burt before doing that, there are some few things that you need to know.
You have minimum and maximum amount limit that you can withdraw which varies depending on the payment method you use.
For you to successful make a withdrawal, you must use a payment method that you used initially to make a deposit. If you used Credit/debit cards to make deposits, it is advisable that you use the same method to make that withdrawal you have been yearning to do.
Lastly, you need to know that any payment method you use to initiate that withdrawal process have their processing time. Bank transfer, for example, can take a maximum of five working days while accounts like eco can take up to a maximum one working day.
Satisfied so far? If not, I guess you might have missed some crucial steps along the way. I would suggest that you go back to the start of your bookmaker’s topic but this time around, make sure that you have paid attention.
For Coral punters, to initiate the withdrawal process, it is mandatory that you log into your account first before doing anything else here. Manoeuvring in that website will lead you to the withdrawal page that you need. You can go ahead to place the amount that you want to withdraw keeping in mind about the following:
First, you need to know that you can only get paid on workings days. So if you withdraw over the weekend using the fastest payment method like Skrill or Neteller, you won’t get anything on that weekend. However, you will get that money on Monday evening latest. Secondly, whichever payment method you use, they all have different processing time. Some take up to 5 working days maximum, while others take as early as one working day. Thirdly, if you would like to withdraw a huge amount of say over €20,000, you might be asked to provide some documents for them to do some validations. Once you pass that test, the money will be released into your other account. Lastly, you will not incur any charges by withdrawing from your Carol account but; that does not mean your payment option won’t charge you. Some of them might, while others will allow you to do this process for free.
I think I have covered a lot here and you are now well trained. You won’t need anyone else to do that withdrawal for you since you have learnt a lot of relevant stuff here.