Sportingbet FNB eWallet Withdrawal Guide

Sportingbet is one of the oldest online sports betting and casino sites in South Africa, offering a great selection of sports, slots, and casino games. Sportingbet has recently made it even easier for customers to withdraw, thanks to the addition of FNB eWallet withdrawals, which allow you to withdraw up to R3000. Perfect for those who don’t have a bank account, or are looking for an alternative to EFT withdrawals. In this guide, we are going to cover everything you need to know about eWallet withdrawals on Sportingbet.

How to withdraw using eWallet on Sportingbet

Simply follow the steps below to request an FNB eWallet withdraw on Sportingbet;

  • Login to your Sportingbet account on the site or the Sportingbet app.
  • Click on cashier, then withdraw and find FNB eWallet withdraw.
  • Enter the amount you want to withdraw (up to a max of R3000).
  • Enter the contact number you want the withdrawal code to be sent to.
  • Once you have requested the withdrawal you will receive an sms with a eWallet code, which you can redeem at any FNB ATM countrywide.

Withdrawal times

Before a withdrawal can be paid, it must be reviewed. This rarely takes longer than two business days. These funds will then be sent to your recipient payment method and your bank/financial service will make the funds available to you. To check approximate timings for withdrawal payments, check your Payment History in the Cashier.

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Author: Joseph Crawford