Winmasters withdrawal methods

Among the withdrawal methods available at Winmasters are credit cards, bank transfer, Paysafecard, Neteller, Skrill, Webmoney/Yandex, etc. Some of these appeal only to a narrow audience. In contrast, major credit and debit cards are routinely used for both deposits and withdrawals. MasterCard can only be used to make a deposit.

Winmasters encourages customers to use the same method for depositing funds and withdrawing to reduce the risks of money laundering and fraud. Players who are not willing to do this can use electronic wallets and bank transfer to withdraw funds that were deposited using MasterCard.

You can deposit a minimum of 10 euros when it comes to credit cards in general, but withdraw twice as much. The respective fee is 3%.

The operator charges bank transfers at the same rate. The lower limit for a deposit is 50 euro and it is 75 euro for withdrawals. You need to wait up to 72 hours in some cases for the platform to process the withdrawal.

Electronic wallets and credit cards are in the same category where limits and fees charged are concerned, but they are usually handled faster. Several European currencies are accepted in addition to euros and the US dollar, so players can use their national currency for depositing funds.

The following withdrawal methods don’t have lower or upper limits on how much you can cash out and charge no withdrawal fees:

  • Skrill
  • Credit cards
  • Bank transfer
  • Webmoney                      
  • Qiwi                     
  • Moneta  

The slowest cash out method is bank transfer. As mentioned, you might have to wait as long as two days. If you choose Skrill or bank card, the maximum you’ll have to wait is 24 hours. Webmoney, Qiwi, and Moneta take a few hours to process withdrawals.

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