Could somebody please explain iNetBet's withdrawal method for me in English?

H1_Roller

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Hello again ;)

I want to join iNetBet because I'm readin a lot of good things about them, and their games look interesting (plus I need a change from 32Red and Ladbrokes). The thing is, I read through all their T&C's there (as any right-thinking person should do), but I don't understand what exactly I would be expected to do if, hopefully, I were to win and wanted to cash out.

This bit here:

All cash-ins will be subject to audit before being processed. You have to provide us a copy of your proof of identity, address, copies of credit cards, an approval signed purchase history and/or other appropriate documentation when withdrawing credits.

Does that mean that once I request a cash-out I will need to scan a copy of, say, my driving license, credit/debit card and then "approval signed purchase history" (what on Earth does THAT mean)?

Could someone kindly lay it out for me in plain English? Just tell me exactly what you did the first time you withdrew from iNetBet, if you would be so kind :)
 

LHofsdal

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If you use a credit card, they will send you a form and you have to sign on the lines next to all the credit card deposits. That is all that means. And yes you need to send in the usual forms, drivers license, utilty bill and credit cards. If you don't use credit cards then you don't need the form or copies of your credit cards.

Hope this helps.
LH
 

Stovetopp

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Its very simple , get the approval form first . Fill out as instructed and they will tell you whether you are good to go or not
Basically, you scan the front and back of the credit cards you plan to use, scan a copy of your drivers license or passport and scan a copy of a utility bill that is in your name.
Presto , you are free to withdraw if and when you do win
 

H1_Roller

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I dunno... that seems like a lot of work and/or waiting.
All I did with 32Red, Ladbrokes, Bet365, 888casino (ugh) etc (I've played a lot of online casinos) was fill in the online forum as usual (name, address and so on), deposit... then withdraw by typing in [withdraw £xxx] > [confirm].

The only other experience I had doing all this verification stuff was with Cool Cat Casino, and that was the nonsensical road to Garbageville. :rolleyes:
 

rainmaker

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I dunno... that seems like a lot of work and/or waiting.
All I did with 32Red, Ladbrokes, Bet365, 888casino (ugh) etc (I've played a lot of online casinos) was fill in the online forum as usual (name, address and so on), deposit... then withdraw by typing in [withdraw £xxx] > [confirm].

The only other experience I had doing all this verification stuff was with Cool Cat Casino, and that was the nonsensical road to Garbageville. :rolleyes:

Bit strange that you never have verified accounts by submitting documentations before withdrawal. It is standard procedure for most casinos.
 

Nifty29

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I dunno... that seems like a lot of work and/or waiting.
All I did with 32Red, Ladbrokes, Bet365, 888casino (ugh) etc (I've played a lot of online casinos) was fill in the online forum as usual (name, address and so on), deposit... then withdraw by typing in [withdraw £xxx] > [confirm].

The only other experience I had doing all this verification stuff was with Cool Cat Casino, and that was the nonsensical road to Garbageville. :rolleyes:

well its par for the course for most casinos these days.

Of course, you don't HAVE to send them. You just won't get paid.

If spending 5 mins scanning and emailing is too hard for you, better stick to your usual haunts.
 

H1_Roller

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If spending 5 mins scanning and emailing is too hard for you, better stick to your usual haunts.

:(

It's not 'too hard' for me, it's just unusual because I've never had to do it before, that's all I'm saying.

Truth be told, the only reason I would avoid a casino where I'd have to do this is because I procrastinate terribly. I'm the sort of person who would have tax forms to send in to HMRC, but leave it until the deadline is passed before phoning them and making up an excuse as to why it's late and groveling for them to give me 'one more day' to get them sent in. :oops:

But I have all the relevant documentation so I might as well take the plunge.
 
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