How Long Do Sportsbet Withdrawals Take?
If you want to withdraw funds from your Sportsbet account, there are three ways to do so. Credit Cards, a Bank Transfer/Electronic Funds Transfer, and a Sportsbet Cash Card (through an ATM).
If you are withdrawing to a bank account that IS NOT Australian, then that transaction can take between three and five business days, but that will depend on your country and bank.
When withdrawing through a Credit Card, you can expect it to be in your account within one to two business days. Sportsbet sends their Credit Card withdrawals through BPAY. The site will process the requests at 3pm during the week and transfers that are requested on a weekend will be processed on the next business day.
How Do I Verify My Sportsbet Account?
For customers to be able to access all that comes with a Sportsbet account, you are going to need to verify your account and identity. It is a simple process and can be done online and you do it only once.
To verify your account, simply log into your app and then go to the My Account section. You will then see a Verify Now link but keep in mind you will have to of made a small deposit into your account.
When you see the Verify link, you can then select it and go through the process of getting your account verified.
What Deposit Options Does Sportsbet Have?
This is an online payment option for customers and it is instant. It gives you the option to make a bank transfer from your online bank, straight into your account. When using this option, the funds are made available instantly.
There is a host of banks that are supported by POLi and they include:
ANZ, Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, NAB, BankSA, BankWest, Bank of Queensland, Bendigo Bank, CUA, People’s Choice Credit Union, St. George Bank, Suncorp Bank, Newcastle Permanent, Bank of Melbourne, IMB, Citibank, and ME Bank.
Perhaps the most used option among customers. This allows customers to put funds into your Sportsbet account.
To do so, simply login to your online bank and make a deposit and you MUST include your Sportsbet account number and use your last name as a reference.
An example of this is 7***5*7** WARD
Sportsbet does this so they can make sure your funds go to the right account and to make sure the funds go as soon as possible.
Another popular option. To use the PayPal option, simply go to the Deposit tab that is located in the My Account section. Select PayPal, the amount you wish to deposit, and then click “Deposit Now”.
To finalize your payment, you will have to log on and follow the prompts.
The last option is Cash Card. Simply go to the Deposit tab that is located in the My Account section. Select the Cash Car option, the amount you wish to deposit, and then click Deposit now.
How Can I Contact Sportsbet?
There are two ways you can contact Sportsbet. One is via phone; the other is via their live chat.
Phone Betting (24 hours, 7 days a week)
– Racing Betting – 1800 132 387
– Sports Betting – 1800 138 238
– International – +61 8 8989 3002 or +61 8 7980 8702
Customer Service (6.00 am to Midnight AEDT, 7 days a week)
– You can contact them via Live Chat
– Call them on 1800 990 907
– International – +61 8 8989 3000 or +61 8 7980 8700
How Can I Retrieve My Sportsbet Username Or Password?
If you have forgotten your username or password, then retrieving them is really simple.
If you want to reset your password, visit this link:
If you want to retrieve your username, visit this link:
How Do I Get My Sportsbet Login Details Back?
When at the Login screen, select the Forgot Username/password option. Then enter your username and date of birth, click next. You will then get an email or SMS as a way to verify who you are. In the email, there will be a security code, simply enter the code and then click continue.
After that, your username will appear, and you will be prompted to enter your new password. It is as easy as that.
Sportsbet process withdrawals pretty quick and efficiently, across a variety of payment methods. They’re one of the best Australian sportsbooks, with a solid reputation and great customer support.