The minimum qualifying deposit is $30.
Silver Oak Casino offers its players rather limited options for depositing. That being said, players can deposit only with credit cards such as MasterCard, VISA and American Experss. Players can deposit between $50 and $1,000 per transaction with a VISA card. In addition to this, players can also deposit with a credit card by phone or live chat up to $5,000 per day. If you wish to deposit with a direct cash transfer you should contact customer support for further information. The customer support agent will assist you and will provide you guidance regarding how to and where to deposit. Direct cash transfers are in the range between $50 and $1,350.
Deposits are not a subject to any fees whatsoever. You can set your own deposit, wager or loss limits if you feel that you can’t control how much you play. All credit card depositors are required to fill out a Credit Card Agreement Form. The casino may allow the player to deposit a couple of times before they request this document, but eventually every player has to fill out and sign one.
As you can see there are only a handful of payment methods at the players’ disposal. Silver Oak Casino has a bad reputation for making delayed payments or not paying out at all. We advise you to be cautious during your stay at Silver Oak Casino. At the very least be prepared to wait a bit longer to receive your money.
The minimum amount that can be withdrawn is $100. This is a very high minimum considering the industry standards. There’s a $2,500 weekly withdrawal limit. All withdrawals that are beyond this threshold will be paid out $2,500 per week until the full amount is paid out. Silver Oak is attempting to integrate other withdrawal options such as NETeller. It may be available to you if you’re located outside of the US.
All players have to provide photo ID like a national ID card, a passport and a proof of residence in the form of a utility bill scan. We advise you to provide these documents as soon as you register so the procedure is processed long before you actually submit a withdrawal request.
These documents can be requested whenever you use a new credit card or every 6 months as a precautionary measure.