Customers can choose among a variety of deposit methods. The standard ones are e-wallets – Skrill, Ecopayz, and Neteller, followed by cards like Visa, MasterCard, and prepaid Paysafecard. Bank transfers can be made for depositing and withdrawals. Locally designated payment systems compatible with the cashier are Zimpler and Euteller for Scandinavian countries, and Dotpay for Poland.
The minimum deposit is 10 EUR or its equivalent in any of the currencies accepted here. These currencies are the American dollar, the British pound, the Czech, Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian krona, the Polish zloty, the South African rand, the Australian and Canadian dollar, the Venezuelan bolivar, the Russian ruble, the Turkish lira, the Georgian lari, the Romanian lei, the Mexican peso, the Nigerian naira, the Bulgarian lev, the Croatian kuna, the Hungarian forint, the Peruvian sol, the Swiss franc, the South Korean won, and the Israeli shekel.
The advertised withdrawal time is up to 24 hours to e-wallets, and from two to six business days for bank checks. Statistically, 100% of winners waited no more than three days for their payouts, and most were paid within 24 hours. The estimated non-payment risk is only 3%.
The minimum withdrawal is 10 EUR. Everyone is allowed to cash out up to 25,000 EUR per week.
Deposits have to be played through at least once to avoid fees. Also, account inactivity for over 365 days may lead to fees being assessed.