All deposits and withdrawals which appear on either your credit card or bank statement will always be accompanied by a descriptor in which BetDeal.com will be mentioned. This will allow you to keep track of your deposits to and withdrawals from the site.
Can I use more than one payment method
Yes you can but we may need documentation for any changes in financial methods.
Do you accept cards from my country
We accept cards from all Country’s except USA, Turkey and France.
Why won’t your website take my card
Some credit card issuers maintain a rule that does not allow you to make direct deposits to online gaming sites. You may want to contact your card provider to discuss this matter, or try one of the e-wallet depositing options instead. For further assistance please contact BetDeal.com customer service: [email protected]
What do I do if my card deposit gets declined or rejected
Occasionally if you attempt to deposit a second time before your most recent deposit has gone through, it may count towards your 24 hour and weekly deposit limit and hence cause a deposit problem. The most common cause for this to occur is due to improperly filling out the fields in the request form. Please […]
Can I use my card to deposit into my friend’s account
You cannot do this as this is deemed to be a third party transaction and under no circumstances allowed.
I have deposited from the wrong card in error – is there anything I can do
Please contact BetDeal.com Customer Service at [email protected]
Can I transfer money between accounts
You cannot transfer money between personal accounts but you can only transfer between Main Wallet to Sport 1 wallet.
What is an Iban
IBAN stands for International Bank Account Number. IBAN is used in international bank wire transactions and makes withdrawals of your winnings easier.
What is a CVC2 code
CVC2 is an acronym for “Card Verification Code”. This code is required as a security measure when making international telephone purchases and internet payments by credit card. This code consists of three digits and can be found on the back of your credit card.