When an Aussie player requests a withdrawal, the funds requested are transferred to the payment method(s) they initially used to deposit.
In cases where a player’s payment method is not available for withdrawal due to third party policy restrictions, the withdrawal will be made to another payment method available to the member.
If a casino player has outstanding deposits, the online casino reserves the right to postpone or halt withdrawal payments until all deposits are received and confirmed.
Top Australian casinos online do not charge any withdrawal fees. Should a player’s bank or payment method charge a processing fee in connection with the withdrawal, the payment of this fee is the responsibility of the player.
It is the responsibility of the player to notify the online casino immediately of a lost or stolen credit/debit card or change of details to an e-wallet. If a player experiences losses and damages because they failed to notify the casino, the player cannot hold the online casino reliable.
Each and every kind of online banking method has a minimum amount that can be withdrawn. Before selecting a banking method, it is best to check the amounts to see if they are to liking. Also keep in mind that the amounts will differ depending on which online casino you play at. Below is an example of the minimum amounts for some of the banking method:
Visa credit and debit card withdrawals are not available in certain countries due to local issuer restrictions. MasterCard and debit card withdrawals are not available due to issuer restrictions.
There is also a maximum amount that Aussie casino player can withdraw from their casino account. They also differ depending on the casino that they are playing at. For example, the maximum withdrawal amount at some online casinos per account is AU$3000 per week, and AU$6000 per month. In the case of progressive jackpot winnings, the maximum withdrawal amount per month is AU$30000.
Skrill, Webmoney and Qiwi may only be used as a withdrawal option in case a successful payment was done previously. Some methods are only available in certain countries and with certain currencies.
As a measure to protect members from online fraud, Australian casinos online may sometimes require identity verification before processing a withdrawal. Aussie players may be asked to show one or more of the following documents (or additional documents not listed below):
Credit/debit card used to fund a Pokies.com account: A clear, legible copy of both sides of the card is required. For security reasons, the middle eight numbers on the front of the card and the three-digit code on the back of the card’s copy must be crossed out.
Proof of address: This can come in the form of a recent utility bill or credit card statement that shows the member’s full name and address as listed in their casino account. For credit card statements, the middle eight numbers on the front of the card and the three-digit code on the back of the card must crossed out for security reasons.
Photo ID: A recent photographic identifying document is required for members to process their first withdrawals. The ID can be a copy of a valid passport, driver’s license or national ID card. The player’s name, photograph and signature must appear on the copy sent to the online casino. In some cases, members may be asked to have their documents signed and stamped by a qualified notary or solicitor as proof of legitimacy.
The additional documentation requirement will be mandatory in where your cumulative withdrawals amount to AU$1500.
Your transaction and financial information is protected at the best casino sites in Australia by the most advanced security and encryption technologies in the industry. You can play and bank knowing that you are gaming at a casino site that is secure and regulate.