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- Several currencies available
- Minimum deposit of £10
- Easy to understand verification
We mentioned during registration that you do not need to get involved in the banking process at that stage, meaning you can check out the site before deciding to deposit funds. There’s no pressure from the site here, no aggressive push to deposit right after registering. There is just a small box with a plus sign you can use to add money when you feel like it.
The payment methodsthat are offered include debit card (do note that credit cards are no longer an available option for UK players), PayPal, Skrill, Neteller and Paysafecard. Mr Green does not take any fees. However, fees can be taken from the payment provider, but we can hardly criticise them for something that is beyond their control. An example they provide is that Paysafecard deposits come with a 3.9% fee.
Currencies accepted include EUR, GDP, CAD, NOK, SEK, DKK and USD.
The minimum deposit is £10, but as far as we can tell, no maximum is specified.
For non-UK players, the minimum withdrawal is 30 Euros. Once again, as far as we can tell, no maximum withdrawal is specified.
This isn’t particularly unusual, as often, maximum amounts actually depend on the customer’s individual account.
Withdrawal fees depend on the currency and how much you are taking out.
For instance, a withdrawal up to 100 of whichever currency you are using has a fee of 1.00 for EUR/GDP/CAD and over that, there is a 1% fee with a maximum of 10.00. The fees are only small amounts then, and we really appreciate how easily this information is laid out.
The speed of withdrawals is 1-3 days for debit card and direct bank transfer. E-wallets are not as clearly laid out, but will be made immediately available once the withdrawal is approved. Once again, they vary, and this is beyond the control of Mr Green.
The only downside for some will be a lack of cryptocurrencies, but this is probably just a reflection of Mr Green’s mainstream audience; it’s a decision, we would say, rather than a flaw.
Finally, you will need to verify your identity using a government issued photo ID, alongside proof of address from the last three months. Mr Green actually go further than this, requiring in some instances proof of income. The process is called SOW, or Source of Wealth, and exists to prevent money laundering.
And that is pretty much all you need to know about the banking options at Mr Green. With that said, we know that some people find this kind of process stressful, so we will be adding funds and documenting the process to show you what exactly you can expect.
First off, you can choose which welcome bonus you would prefer by clicking on add funds at the top of your screen – look for the plus sign next to the amount of cash. You can also choose to deposit without a bonus, which allows you to use e-wallets.
Here, you can choose how much you want to deposit; as you can see from the above image, we’ve deposited £10, which allows us to utilise the £10 Acca bet bonus.
Next, we add our card details to deposit that amount. Note: you may be asked to confirm your transaction via an SMS message after this screen.
Our account is now topped up. When we close the window, we will be able to see that the deposit button at the top has £10 in it.
We can now place a bet. We went with a low odd bet on a live Bundesliga game; it was successful, meaning we could then withdraw our winnings.
This is the confirmation that the withdrawal request has been received. It will update once approval is granted.
The entire process really is as easy as we’ve described, so we hope you can see that there is nothing to find intimidating about this process.