The number of deposit methods is impressive. Basically, all needs are covered. Should a user want to pay with credit or debit card, there is a choice of Visa, Maestro, MasterCard, EntroPay, AstroPay, and Diners Club options. If e-wallets are preferred, clients can use Neteller, Skrill, EcoPayz, and PayPal as well as WebMoney, Moneta.ru, YandexMoney, and Qiwi for Russia; DineroMail for Latin America; and ToditoCash for Mexico. Those used to depositing with prepaid vouchers are offered Paysafecard, Univoucher, Abaqoos for Hungary, and Swiff for Canada.
The list of deposit methods does not end there. Offline methods include bank transfer and its variations – CitadelCommerce, FundSend, Trustly, iDebit, PayU, SafetyPay, Zimpler, and TrustPay. Polish members can pay via Ecard, Dotpay, and Przelewy24. Slovenians can pay via Sporopay, Australians via POLi, Portuguese via Multibanco, Latin Americans via Lobanet, Germans via GiroPay and Sofort, Canadians via InstaDebit, and Austrian via EPS. There is also eKonto for customers from Czech Republic and Nordea for clientele from Baltic countries.
The list of accepted currencies is less versatile. Apart from British pounds, there are Euros and dollars; Russian ruble; Norwegian and Swedish krona; Swiss franks; and Australia, Canadian, and New Zealand dollars.
Withdrawal limits are not high. The allowed daily amount is 10.000 USD, and monthly limits reach up to 16.000 USD. The fastest way to get the win is via e-wallets, to which the cashier promises to pay within a maximum of four days. Statistically, most winners don’t have to wait longer. If cash-outs are requested by bank check, the withdrawal time is extended up to 23 days. The estimated non-payment risk is 14%.