Have you already discovered Paysafe – a great payment option offered by vast majority of biggest casinos online? Depositing money with Paysafecard is just awesome! You might wonder what’s the deal with withdrawing casino winnings back to your Paysafecard? Is it even possible? Yes, it sure is.
A withdrawal of the money you’ve won to Paysafe works if you made your most recent deposit with Paysafecard – either by card or by voucher.
In order to withdraw back to Paysafe, you first need to open a My paysafecard account. If you do not have one, you can make one on the paysafecard website.
Withdraw money to Paysafecard
Go to Account page at your online casino and select mypaysafecard as the method for withdrawing funds to. Once you’ve done that all you need to do is entering the amount you wish to withdraw, and the email address of your My paysafecard account. Please note this is not necessarily the same email as the one on your online casino account.
Normally it takes up to 24 hours for the money to be released from your casino player account, then it will arrive within the My paysafecard account almost instantly, once your withrawal request has been processed.
The minimum amount for withdrawal is most often between £10 and £20, while the maximum in one transaction is £2000, though you can request more than one transaction if you wish.
Paysafecard Withdrawals failed
If your withdrawal is not able to be processed, there will be an error message on the Withdrawals page to let you know. You can then adjust the details and try again.
Some common troubleshooting steps that will help you withdrawing casino winnings to Paysafecard are below:
Message: Unfortunately, My paysafecard account with the email address you have entered does not exist.
- Solution: Check the email address is typed correctly, and matches that of your My paysafecard’ account. You can edit this on the Withdrawals page if it is incorrect.
Message: The personal details of My paysafecard account are not the same as the details of this account
- Solution: Check that it is your own My paysafecard account that you are withdrawing to. You need this to be in your own name, matching both first name and surname. Withdrawals to another person’s My paysafecard account are not permitted. If you do not have one, you can create one.
Message: Your payout request could not be completed as there is a problem with your My paysafecard account.
- Solution: Paysafecard will email you to let you know of any account issues, so please check your inbox, or contact Paysafecard directly for more information.