Every bookmaker aims to make deposits and withdrawals from customer accounts as simple as possible. When it comes to making deposits and withdrawals, Unibet is one of the bookies that makes it as simple as possible for its customers to use their accounts.
With the help of some of the world's largest online payment providers, players may now deposit and withdraw money from their casino accounts in the same way they do while shopping on the internet. The platform allows you to activate many methods at once.
With Unibet payments, you can choose a method other than the one you used to deposit. You may deposit in one of the numerous currencies supported by the site if you like.
Unibet accepts the following payment types for deposits.
|Payment Option||Maximum Limit||Minimum Limit||Processing Time||Transaction Fee|
|Bank Transfer||No Limit||No Limit||2 Days||No Fee|
|Visa Electron||€13,000||€10||Instant||No Fee|
|Entropay||No Limit||€10.00||Instant||No Fee|
|MasterCard||No Limit||€10||Instant||No Fee|
Depositing money into a Unibet account is as simple as following these steps.
On the other hand, Unibet allows you to select your own restrictions. If you go to "Deposit Limit" in the "My Account" area, you can set a one-day, seven-day, or 30-day deposit cap.
Here are the currencies currently being allowed in Unibet.
After parent firm Kindred secured a license to conduct business in the Netherlands in May, Unibet launched in July. Kindred had stopped operating in the Netherlands before the market opened, joining several other operators that did the same to comply with Dutch government regulations.