How to deposit in a mobile Casino
If you want to play casino and Video Slot games from your mobile phone or tablet, there’s a good chance you’ll also want to deposit and withdraw funds from your device. In fact, if you don’t have a computer or laptop – or don’t play casino games on it – you may use your mobile device entirely!
Thankfully, deposits and withdrawals are easier than ever on mobile devices, and every casino that offers a mobile-optimised version of their website will be able to do both in a timely and hassle-free manner. Let’s look at some quick tips for making sure you stay safe and deposit/withdraw correctly.
Depositing at a Mobile Casino
Dependant on your choice of online casino, you’ll have multiple payment methods available to you.
All casino websites will offer Credit/Debit Cards, and most will offer Bank Transfers. Some online casinos allow you to use E-Wallets, such as Neteller, PayPal, and Skrill to make deposits also.
Regardless of which deposit method you choose to use, you should always ensure that you’re not on a public WIFI connection while playing – unless the online casino displays a valid SSL certificate, which means your information is encrypted.
Thankfully, most mobile online casinos allow you to save payment information, so that next time, you only need to enter – for example – your CCV from the back of your card, rather than entering your full card details again. This means you can set up your payment details somewhere safe; where you know people aren’t watching – and means you can then go on to enjoy the mobile online casinos games, safe in the knowledge your financial details are being kept safe.
Withdrawing at a Mobile Casino
Mobile casinos have made withdrawing incredibly simple, and all you need to do is head to the “Banking” section, choose your withdrawal amount, and press submit – it’s that easy.
Note, that some online casinos will require you to provide proof of identity before allowing you to withdraw, so bear this in mind. Also, withdrawals usually take around 3-5 days – a little longer than deposits.
This is nothing to do with playing at a mobile casino – it’s just the way the casinos send the funds to your bank – it’s normal, so don’t worry!