Casinos will have either a ‘Cashier’ or ‘Payments/Banking’ section, or else they will have two separate sections divided into ‘Deposit’ and ‘Withdrawal’.
Either way, if you want to take out your money from the casino – you need to input a request to the casino requesting a withdrawal. Once you’ve done this, a round-the-clock payment team on the casinos’ end will process your request and approve it (if everything is in order).
In order to make your payments as fast and easy as possible, make sure all your account details are verified. To do this, send in the appropriate documents to prove your identity. This might sound annoying, but it’s just an extra measure on the part of the casino to make sure everything is as legit as possible. It is totally normal, and pretty much routine across the business.
Of course, Trustly has released its Pay ‘n Play service. For this, you just deposit money on the go and cashout through the same payment method. No documents or verification needed. While this is the dream banking system for iGaming, it is currently not available for Canadian players. It’s mostly players from Scandinavia who can benefit from this service.
Once the payment team has approved your request, it’s a matter of how long your chosen payment method takes to cashout your money. For a lot of e-wallets, like ecoPayz and Instadebit, this is a matter of minutes. They are instant. For credit cards, it might take a few hours. For wire transfers, it can even take up to five days.