PointsBet was the first specialist spread betting provider to land in Australia and they offer customers something completely different. You can deposit into your account using a couple of different PointsBet payment methods, both of which are very commonly used by betting websites so you will feel safe using them.
Step-by-step Guide to Payment
Making a PointsBet payment into your account is very simple to do. Just follow the few simple steps that you can find below.
How to make a deposit
Putting money into your account is a very simple and easy thing to do with any Pointsbet payment method, just follow the instructions below:
- Follow the link to the PointsBet site and log into your account
- If this is your first deposit, be sure to check the latest PointsBet sign up codes.
- Go to the ‘My Account’ section of the website and choosing to deposit cash
- Select the payment method you would like to use, and the amount to deposit
- Check your account balance to ensure funds have transferred and begin to play with them
Please note: PointsBet sign up codes are not bonus codes and do not grant access to additional offers.
How to make a withdrawal
You can withdraw funds from your account just as easily as you put them into your account, by following the steps below:
- Visit the PointsBet website and log in to your account
- Go to the ‘My Account’ section of the website, choosing to withdraw cash
- Select how much you would like to withdraw from your account
- After the waiting period, check that the money has appeared in your bank account
PointsBet Wallet Management
Being a spread betting website, PointsBet only offers sports betting. This means you have one wallet with them where your sports betting funds are held and these can be spent on bets, added to with a PointsBet deposit, or taken out of your account with a PointsBet withdrawal.
PointsBet Payment Methods
While PointsBet offers the most convenient and trusted ways to deposit into your account, without using a third party internet wallet company, they do only offer two ways to make a PointsBet deposit. They only offer one way to make a PointsBet withdrawal and, while this will not affect the majority of people, it is important to understand as it may restrict some users.
PointsBet Deposit Options
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PointsBet Withdrawal Options
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FAQs – Questions Concerning Payment
1. Are payments secure on this site?
Yes, all PointsBet payment methods used on the site are secure. Due to the PointsBet deposit methods being either bank card or bank transfer, you do not use a third party to complete transactions, so it is completely safe.
Your PointsBet deposit goes directly from your card or bank to them, and the PointsBet withdrawal method is to go back into your bank, again without using a third party.
2. Which currencies are available on the site?
All PointsBet payments on the website are made in Australian dollars.
3. How can I set a deposit limit?
You can easily set a deposit limit on your PointsBet payments by going into your account settings. Simply log in to your account and click on ‘My Account’. From here you can select ‘set account limit’ and you can set your own limits, with the days and deposit amount to suit you.
For example, you can choose to set the day to seven and the amount to $500, this means you can deposit no more than $500 in any seven day period.
Should you wish to change your deposit limit there is a 24 hour cooling off period that you must adhere to before this can happen.
4. What is the customer verification process?
You will only need to send documents to PointsBet to verify your account if your VEDA verification has failed. In this instance, you will see that you are not verified in the ‘My Account’ section when you log in. When this happens you will have to send certified documents into PointsBet to prove who you are, and they will tell you what you need to send in.
5. I haven’t received my withdrawal yet, what should I do?
After withdrawing you will be told how many working days you have to wait for the payment to clear. Wait until this amount of days has passed, and then see if the PointsBet withdrawal is in your bank account. If it is not in your bank account then you should contact the customer service team, who will be happy to assist you with the problem.
6. Can I cancel a withdrawal?
Yes, you can cancel a withdrawal you have requested, but you must do this before it is processed by PointsBet, otherwise, it will be too late.
PointsBet Customer Service
The PointsBet customer service team is open for you to contact them from 6am until midnight every day. This is great and they will always be open when the majority of players are staking with them. Had this been a 24 hours service, then they would have scored full marks for their customer service.
You can get in touch with them in three different ways. For quick and simple queries you can speak to them via the live chat function that is on their website. This is a great way for you to quickly speak to someone and have an issue resolved straight away.
Otherwise, you can speak to them via email or by ringing them up, both ideal for more complex situations and overall this is a very good and varied service, which gives you different ways of contact depending on the situation.