ladbrokes withdrawal limit

shadow123

Senior Member
MM
made some withrawals onto visa delta at ladbrokes yesterday and got the message "you can only withdraw 2000 per day" when I trid to exceed that, Has thier policy changed as I am sure the amount used to be unlimited
 

breakstone

Experienced Member
PABnonaccred
PABnoaccred
Ladbrokes

You can only withdraw $2000 a day to certain withdrawal methods, I withdrew $4000 to Moneybookers but can only withdraw $2000 to Neteller. They said if you are a VIP player you can ring them and they will increase the amount
 

Sodax77

Dormant account
And before, at least Finnish bonus terms didn't have following rule
(English version from UK-site):

As a result of bonus abuse, deposits made using Neteller and Moneybooker will be subject to a turnover requirement of 20 times the actual deposit level for all promotions.
When normal is (still) for other banking methods:

Players must wager (stake) their deposit at least 4 times. For example, 500 casino chips must be staked at least 2,000 chips to qualify.
Doesn't apply all bonuses, but i think i change my banking method.
It is Neteller currently.

However, i have not used bonuses almost at all, so i don't know,
when this Neteller-term came.
 

vinylweatherman

You type well loads
CAG
MM
And before, at least Finnish bonus terms didn't have following rule
(English version from UK-site):



When normal is (still) for other banking methods:



Doesn't apply all bonuses, but i think i change my banking method.
It is Neteller currently.

However, i have not used bonuses almost at all, so i don't know,
when this Neteller-term came.
It appeared last December, and just like UK Income tax, was a "temporary" restriction.

I completely fail to see how their promos can be "abused" using Neteller, yet NOT "abused" using, say, a VISA card to deposit.

These withdrawal limits are VERY LOW compared to other MICROGAMING casinos, and are similar to the way RTG casinos have limits.

Having limits for ewallets is plain daft, especially as low as £2000, where pretty much any big win will lead to a player being paid in installments.

32Red can pay me £50,000 back to Neteller in a single transaction. It was my £25,000 Neteller balance limit that lead to me having to withdraw that win in installments. Ladbrokes SHOULD be just as good as 32Red, yet have a mean £2000 per installment limit to at least some commonly used methods.

I have not played at Ladbrokes since last December, other than to accept any free spins they add to my account:p. If they want me back, they will have to remove this silly Neteller rule, or pretty much every competitor will have to add it; which will lead to me ditching Neteller & signing up to an alternative main deposit method.
 

shadow123

Senior Member
MM
I am a VIP player at ladbrokes so I will contact them if I am lucky enough
to want to withdraw more than £2000 again .I have withdrawn £5000 at fortune lounge casinos twice with no problem,and £12000 at ladbrokes many years ago
 

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