Using local bank transfers to deposit


To confirm if this payment method is available in your country, log in to your account and go to the Cashier.

What is a local bank transfer?

Local bank transfers allow you to transfer funds in your local currency directly from your bank account to your user account.

When you request a local bank transfer deposit, you'll see on your screen a set of instructions that you'll need to give to your bank when you're sending your payment to us.

You can make the transfer:

  • Online through your bank's website.
  • Using telephone banking.
  • By mailing or faxing the details to your bank.
  • By visiting your bank in person.

Important to know:

  • Each new deposit needs to generate a unique reference number. Always remember to request new instructions from the Cashier.
  • If your bank's transfer form doesn't have a specific field for this number, place it in front of your name.
  • Omitting or reusing the same reference number may result in a payment delay or loss.

How do I deposit with a local bank transfer?

To deposit with local bank transfer, follow these steps:

  1. First, log in to your user account and go to the Cashier. If you're using our website or our mobile app:
    Web Cashier
  2. Under the Deposit tab, select 'More Payment Methods' to see all available options.
  3. Select 'Local Bank Transfer'.
  4. Choose your preferred currency (if applicable).
  5. Select one of the suggested deposit amounts or enter a different one in the 'Other' field.
  6. Enter your deposit bonus code (if available).
  7. Select the green arrow.
  8. You'll see on-screen the deposit instructions. You'll also receive them at your email address.

You'll have two weeks to complete your deposit. It can take 1 to 4 business days for the funds to reach your user account.

What's the minimum amount I can deposit?

The minimum deposit amount for local bank transfers is 10 USD or local currency equivalent.

Please do not send local bank transfers for less than the minimum amount, as it can result in delays or even loss of funds.


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