Making a withdrawal of winnings at Leo Vegas Casino is a very simple procedure. What players need to do is to head to the Cashier and choose the Withdrawal option. There are different payment methods available they can use for withdrawals, and once they select the one they want to use they can enter the amount they wish to withdraw and confirm the transfer. What players need to remember here is that they have to use the same payment method for withdrawals as the one they used for making a deposit.
Leo Vegas offers a couple of different payment methods players can use to make a withdrawal of their winnings. The most used ones include Mastercard and Visa, but players can also have their withdrawals sent to their bank account.
Bank transfer with Trustly is the most popular method at the casino. Players can find their bank from the menu, and then the bank's login page will appear. Once logged in, players need to verify their transactions as they would do with online banking.
E-wallets can also be used for withdrawals. At this point, Leo Vegas offers Neteller and Skrill and unfortunately, PayPal is not available. This doesn't mean they will not add it soon.
Each payment method offers different limits when it comes to withdrawals. The best thing players can do is to head to the Withdrawals section and they can find all the necessary information next to the payment method they want to use.
When it comes to withdrawal time, there are different processing times that players can encounter. Statistically speaking, the withdrawal times can take up to 5 days to clear, but in most cases, players will receive their funds much faster. E-wallets offer the fastest withdrawal which in some cases can be instant.
Players need to verify their account before they can request a withdrawal, and this is done by sending copies of legal documents. These are the documents that players can send:
Leo Vegas covers almost all the charges involved in payments. The good news is that there are no taxes involved for payments and the only charge that players need to pay is a 5% fee on their first $10 withdrawal.