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Banking

 

Online casino banking has never been easier. Australian players now have a wide variety of secure methods to deposit and withdraw funds from their online casino account, using either bank transfers, credit and debit cards or a number of e-wallets.


 

Playing at Australian Focused Brands

There are literally hundreds of different online casinos now available to Australian players, but which ones are worth signing up with? The best way for an Australian player to find a suitable online casino is by trying to find one which is focused towards the Australian market. This will immediate narrow down your search and leave you with more of a manageable list to choose from.

The number one priority is to find an online casino that accepts Australian dollars and one that has a reliable and easy to contact support team. Australian based online casinos tend to have toll free telephone numbers to call and the support will always be in the English language.

Players won’t incur any currency conversion charges when playing in their own currency, plus all bonuses and promotions will be in Australian dollars, so players won’t need to figure out how much the bonus is worth by converting it from another currency. Australian focused online casinos tend to provide banking methods that most Australian players can use such as Neteller, Poli, Skrill and various other e-Wallets as well as bank transfers and a variety credit and debit cards are also now accepted.

 
 

Popular Australian Deposit Options

New players often wonder how they can add funds to their new online casino account or how to withdraw their winnings if they have a sufficient bank roll. The good news for people just starting out and learning about transferring funds is that it has never been easier. As recently as 2008/09, it could still take up to 48 hours for players to receive their funds once they had confirmed the withdrawal and the amount of time varied a great deal depending on which method they were using.

Today, it is very rare that a player cannot get hold of their winnings within minutes of withdrawing their funds (or within a maximum of a few hours). Almost every single online banking method has become virtually instant. The most popular methods for depositing funds into online casino accounts includes (in no particular order) Skrill, which recently changed its name from Moneybookers. This is an e-Wallet (or electronic wallet) that allows players to send money from their funded Skrill account into their online casino account.

Skrill is very similar to Neteller, Click2Pay, Citadel, ECO, Z (EziPay), ClickandBuy and various other e-Wallets that are now available to Australian players. These are accepted forms of payment in the cashier section of most Australian online casinos and are now widely trusted and recognised. There may be a minimal fee or charge (which if any, is hardly noticeable) and as soon as you have been redirected from your casino account to your e-wallet account to click and confirm the transaction, the funds should instantly arrive in your gambling account.

This is ultra-convenient for both the player and the operator as these e-wallets simply act as an instant middle man between you and the casino. Players can also now use Visa or MasterCard and debit cards to deposit at some casinos. Previously, there have been restrictions on Australian players using certain methods, which is why e-wallets have become so popular. Using credit or debit cards, as well as transferring funds by direct bank transfer are also quite popular and rapid ways of moving funds from A to B. 

It takes just a couple of minutes to register an account with an e-wallet, or to apply for internet banking with your personal bank account. Once you have chosen your preferred method such as registering your details with an e-wallet and then funding it, simply head to the cashier section in the casino and follow the simple on-screen instructions to complete the payment or withdrawal.

 
 

Popular Australian Withdrawal Options

There are just as many withdrawal options as there are deposit methods for players based in Australia. Most of the previously mentioned methods such as e-wallets, credit and debit cards or direct bank transfers can be used to withdraw funds using a similar transaction process that was made when the funds were added to the account.

This is basically similar to a reverse transaction but the amount that you may be withdrawing will more than likely be different to the amount that you deposited. The amount could be greater or less. Once again, depending on your preferred method of withdrawal, there may or may not be a charge. If there is a charge, this is like to be very small.

Once you have activated internet banking or have opened an account with some form of e-payment solution such as an e-wallet, withdrawing funds is the easy part.

Poli, Neteller, Skrill, ClickandBuy plus various other e-payment solutions are now some of the most popular methods used by Australian players which enables them to move funds around in the most efficient and secure way. Players can view the bottom of the homepage of each online casino to see if their preferred method is used at that casino. If the logo of that banking method isn’t there, it may be hiding in the banking section. Each online casino has a banking section that will have a full detailed list of each individual banking method they accept.

It’s better to check before, rather than registering an account with an online casino for the first time only to realise that they don’t have your favourite method of withdrawing funds. You don’t want to have thousands of dollars of winnings just sitting in your casino account because you don’t have any way of withdrawing your funds.

Once you have decided to withdraw your funds, the on-screen options are quite simple to follow. You just enter the amount that you would like to withdraw (providing you have enough and that it is above the minimum withdrawal amount) and once this amount has been confirmed, you may have to wait up to several hours before the amount has been cleared and is either in your e-wallet or bank account.