Debit cards are one of the most preferred and convenient methods to withdraw your winnings from Betano. This article will provide comprehensive information about the process of withdrawing to a bank-issued debit card.
How to withdraw money from Betano to a debit card?
Withdrawing money from Betano to a debit card requires you to undergo verification. In other words, you need to add scanned or photocopied ID documents to the system, as well as a photo of the front of the debit card. If you are already a verified customer, then read our instructions for submitting a request to withdraw the profit to your card:
- Log in to your Betano account;
- From the left menu, click on “Transactions”;
- From the options listed below, click on “Withdrawal”;
- Select the credit / debit card method;
- Fill in your debit card details;
- Specify the amount you will request for withdrawal;
- Confirm withdrawal.
If you have done all this, then you will have no problem getting the money. The only drawback is that the amount will not appear in your balance at once. The exact period depends mostly on the bank.
How long does it take for the money to arrive?
Betano’s official position is that the amount will be credited within 5 business days of making a withdrawal request. We assure you that it doesn’t always take so long and you might have the money on the second day. The bank’s processing time is of great importance. You won’t be waiting more than five days, though.
In our experience withdrawing from Betano to debit cards, the funds arrive in about 2-3 days. Naturally, if the processing is delayed, then you will have to wait a little longer. Despite the occasional waiting time, cards remain among the most convenient payment methods.
What should I do if the money is not transferred to the card?
If five or more days have passed and there is no money, do not wait any more. Contact Betano’s support for assistance. It is not possible for the transfer to be delayed for more than 5 business days, and if you do not receive it, then there may be a technical problem. Such problems are rare, but nothing is impossible, so ask the operator for an explanation.