Golden Riviera Casino Questions

AussieOnline

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Joined
Dec 11, 2011
Location
Australia
Hi, I usually play Rushmore Casino ( MY FAV casino ) , and have had a tonne of luck in the past 2 yrs. ( My biggest win being last year, a $14,000 WIN..! )

I started playing golden riviera and i just had a nice win on there 2 days ago, but im kind of stuck as to there withdrawal methods. Rushmore i used wire transfer and had no problems with payout or transfers what so ever. BUT at golden riviera the options for withdrawal are somewhat different. i.e: moneybookers, swift, echeck , netteller, instadebit, etc. When i choose the echeck method, it asks for an IBAN number, and westpac bank has no clue to what this is and says they only use the swift code. Soooo, when i try swift to withdrawa, it asks for a swift code plus a bank code, and again, westpac have no idea what a bank code is ( so they tell me ). Im wondering if the bank code is infact our BSB in australia? and maybe its just another term they use for it.? Has anyone in Australia successfully used swift or echeck from Gold Riveiera to withdraw? I really dont want to use MB, netteller or instadebit. Cheers Guys.
 

Vegasbum

Senior Member
Joined
Jul 27, 2007
Location
Ontario
Does this help?

swift code for Wespac is
WPACNZ2W

an IBAN (international bank account number)—use the full bank account number that is to receive the funds, with no spaces or dashes
 

Nifty29

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Jun 20, 2001
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Hi, I usually play Rushmore Casino ( MY FAV casino ) , and have had a tonne of luck in the past 2 yrs. ( My biggest win being last year, a $14,000 WIN..! )

I started playing golden riviera and i just had a nice win on there 2 days ago, but im kind of stuck as to there withdrawal methods. Rushmore i used wire transfer and had no problems with payout or transfers what so ever. BUT at golden riviera the options for withdrawal are somewhat different. i.e: moneybookers, swift, echeck , netteller, instadebit, etc. When i choose the echeck method, it asks for an IBAN number, and westpac bank has no clue to what this is and says they only use the swift code. Soooo, when i try swift to withdrawa, it asks for a swift code plus a bank code, and again, westpac have no idea what a bank code is ( so they tell me ). Im wondering if the bank code is infact our BSB in australia? and maybe its just another term they use for it.? Has anyone in Australia successfully used swift or echeck from Gold Riveiera to withdraw? I really dont want to use MB, netteller or instadebit. Cheers Guys.

Hey mate

The swift code for Westpac Australia is WPACAU2S

The bank code probably does refer to the BSB number. If it doesn't ask for the BSB elsewhere on the form, then its definitely what they mean as you need that information for a successful wire.

I know you don't like moneybookers etc but its cheaper to withdraw funds.

Good luck!
 

AussieOnline

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Joined
Dec 11, 2011
Location
Australia
Thanks guys.!

Yes Nifty, it doesnt ask for BSB anywhere else on the form, i will go ahead with the withdrawal then. And put the bsb in bank code.

I do however have a MBooker account, but have never used it, ive had it for nearly 1 year now and everytime i have tried to use it, it says im locked out of my account for deposits and withdrawals, so i gave up on it.
 
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