We take a look at the information center and there we learn that you have to be logged in to really continue. That means you must have a username and password. Note that this does not mean that you also have to deposit money. We have a username and password on many sites, because of my urge to information and because we are kept well informed of all kinds of things, and log in. If you are logged in, you will see a ‘My Account’ section at the top right and when you click on it, the clouds will disappear, the sky will clear and much will become clear. A visit to i-m7.com makes things perfect in this case and trustworthy too.
Overview of deposit options at Unibet
Unibet has placed the deposit options in a few different boxes. The first is a block with Visa, Visa Electron, MasterCard and Maestro. The use of these four cards is subject to a minimum of € 10 and a maximum of € 1000, while the costs amount to 2.5% of the amount deposited. Clearly, on to iDeal, which is free, almost always processed immediately and has a maximum of € 10,000 at Unibet. Neteller is an electronic wallet, which is free of charge for making deposits. A minimum deposit amount of € 15 applies here, while the maximum deposit for Neteller is set at € 15,000.
Paysafecard is a kind of voucher system. You buy one or more credit cards at a point of sale and with that you can pay on the internet, with Unibet to a maximum of € 1000 and a minimum of € 10. Deposits with these systems are free of charge at Unibet. Then there is also the option to work with a normal bank transfer via the Bank heading. The advantage is that no minimum or maximum applies here, it is also free of charge, but the processing time is a few days. Unibet already has the required information on the site, including your personal reference number.
Overview Recording options at Unibet
These are the deposit options, clearly and clearly displayed. If we go to ‘record’ then the screen is a lot more empty. First the Bank heading. Here you enter the account details of yourself, as well as the international codes of your bank. That might be difficult if you don’t have it to hand, but they are usually on your account statements. Since 2010 all Dutch banks have switched to the SEPA system, and your account number has already been adjusted to these standards.
The minimum withdrawal is € 15, there is no maximum and the total transaction time is 3-5 business days. You can also receive money in your Neteller or Skrill electronic wallet. That takes 48 hours before it is credited. It is free of charge, but there is a withdrawal limit of € 1500 per transaction. It is a pity that EntroPay is not listed among the recording options, because it has a lot to offer as an electronic wallet.