The next lines are devoted to one of the punter’s most favorite activities in Betway South African – the withdrawals of money. In this review we are going to try to embrace all of the most significant aspects as to this process in order to make it as simple as a childish game for any customer.
Time, limits, fees and withdraw options in Betway South Africa
All the transactions in Betway South Africa are free of any fees and this refers to both: withdrawals. You will receive in your bank account or debit / credit card as much money as you have ordered for a withdrawal from the bookie.
The withdrawal options:
- Debit/Credit Card
- Quick EFT (i-Pay)
- Quick EFT (Sid)
- EFT Bank Transfer (ABSA)
- EFT Bank Transfer (FNB)
- EFT Bank Transfer (Nedbank)
- EFT Bank Transfer (Standard Bank)
The limits as to the withdrawals in the betting house also have no differences – 10 ZAR is the minimum amount you can withdrawal from the betting page via Debit / Credit Card, Quick EFT (i-Pay) и Quick EFT (Sid), while the EFT bank transfers should for minimum 50 SZAR. The maximum limit for a withdrawal is 1 000 000 ZAR in all of the payment methods, so if you gain to earn more money you need to withdrawal it into portions.
The only difference for withdrawals is in the duration of the transaction transfer. When it comes to the withdrawal the process might last up to 5 working days.
If your withdrawal request has been approved (in other words, you have correctly typed in all of the data you need to type in for this process) but your money isn’t available within these 5 working days, it means a mistake has occurred. In this case, you need to write a message to this e-mail: email@example.com. Mention the date of your withdrawal in the message, as well as the requested withdrawal amount, plus – your user name in this betting house.
How to make a withdrawal in Betway South Africa
When you decide to transfer money from your Betway account to your bank account, simply enter your bookie’s account and select My Account. Then, you need to enter Withdrawal Funds. Here is where you are going to receive further information as to the next steps you need to take depending on the selected payment method.
Please, have in mind that the betting system isn’t going to send money to your bank account if the bank holder name isn’t the same as the Betway account name. Also, it is possible for the betting house to require from the punter to send a copy of some bank statement where the name of the bank is clear to be seen, as well as the following information – the branch code and the bank number.