Vera&John Casino is a reputable online casino with customers from all over the world. Making the stay of each player comfortable requires an appropriate set of payment methods to satisfy the demands of every player. For example, players can deposit using credit cards such as MasterCard and VISA or e-wallets like NETeller, Skrill and GiroPay to name a few.
Players are responsible to set their own deposit, loss, wagering or session limits if necessary. These limits can be set by contacting Vera&John Casino customer support. The minimum deposit amount is €20. At this stage you’re not going to be asked to provide any documents as verification.
For the time being these are the available withdrawal methods. The method that a player has used to make a deposit will have a priority when requesting a withdrawal. If that payment method is not available for making withdrawal the players has to opt for some of the above listed payment methods.
Vera&John’s weekly withdrawal limit is set at €5,000. The minimum amount a player can withdraw at a time is as little as €10. For every withdrawal under €50.00 Vera&John charges a fee of €5.00. If a player requests a withdrawal equal to or more than €100,000 Vera&John will payout the withdrawal in equal installment over the course of 10 months.
Once a withdrawal is requested players are asked to provide a proof of their identity in the form of a photographic document such as national ID card or driver’s license. Furthermore there must a proof your residence, i.e. you are required to submit a scan of a utility bill that’s not older than 3 months. Lastly, a scan of the credit is required. To be more specific the first 6 digits of the card and the last 4 on the front side and also the back of the card with the CVV2 number hidden.
Credit/debit card transaction may take between 3 and 5 days to fully process.
Considering the banking options offered Vera&John upholds to its reputation and current standing. The fees which apply to withdrawals can be a hard blow for casual players. A €5.00 fee can affect the withdrawal amount to a point where it’s equal to more than 10% of the whole amount. Besides that we have no additional remarks.