Betway South Africa are on of the fastest growing bookmakers in the rainbow nation. With more customers joining there has been a big increase in withdrawal requests from winning punters. In this post we are going to be looking at a few of the different Betway withdrawal options you can use to get your cash. There is nothing better than having a big balance after a winning sporting weekend and we’re here to help you get those bucks in your pocket! If you’d like to know more about Betway please have a read through our comprehensive Betway Review.
Three Withdrawal Options
Currently there are 3 different withdrawal options for customers to use. ETF, ABSA Cash Send and FNB eWallet withdrawals. We’re going to be looking at each of these in detail, to help you choose the best one for your next withdrawal. Before we get started kindly note that Betway do not process withdrawals over the weekend, so if you request a cash out on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday you’ll need to wait until Monday for them to process it.
Betway EFT Withdrawal
The first option from Betway is to have your funds withdrawn straight to your bank account. Betway claim the withdrawal will be processed in 1-2 business and we found the quickest method was to cash out to a Standard Bank account, which should be paid on the same day.
Depending on who you bank with you might need to wait up to 3 days for the funds to reflect on your bank account. Customers at Betway are welcome to withdraw to any major South African bank.
- The minimum EFT withdrawal is R50 and the Maximum withdrawal R1000000.
Betway ABSA Cash Send Withdrawals
Betway ABSA Cash Send is the perfect option for punters who have an ABSA ATM close by. An advantage of using cash send is that you don’t need to have a bank account to use it. Betway will send you a voucher via that you can cash out at any ABSA ATM.
- Minimum ABSA Cash Send withdrawal is R300 and the maximum withdrawal is R3000
Betway FNB Ewallet Withdrawals
The FNB eWallet works in the exact say way as the ABSA cash send voucher. Betway will sms you a unique code and pin that you can take down and cash out at any FNB ATM country wide. The biggest difference between it and cash send is that FNB eWallet lets you withdraw up to R25000, while the Cash Send has a cap of R3000.
- Minimum FNB eWallet withdrawal is R300 and the maximum withdrawal is R25000.
How to request a Betway Withdrawal
- Navigate to “My Account” on Betway’s home page after you have logged in
- Select the “Withdraw Funds” option
- Complete the withdrawal form by providing us with your bank account details
- Enter the amount your wish to withdraw and click “Proceed”
- Send us your bank statement that reflects your bank account details by e-mailing it to email@example.com
- Once we have verified your bank statement with the details you provided we will process your withdrawal
- The funds will take between 1 to 2 business days to reflect in your bank account.
How to use ABSA Cash Send
How to use FNB eWallet
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