The international payment system WebMoney Transfer is considered one of the oldest among such services and it is a fairly popular multicurrency wallet, as it can be used to make almost any payments in online stores, many casinos, as well as pay for various services, taxes, fines, etc. …
Today there are several types of wallets with equivalents in different currencies. The main ones are:
American dollar (WMZ);
Russian ruble (WMR);
Ukrainian hryvnia (WMU);
Belarusian ruble (WMB);
Kazakh tenge (WMK);
currency equivalent to gold (WMG);
How to deposit to a casino via WebMoney
In order to top up your balance through the WebMoney electronic wallet, you must be a registered user. For the normal conduct of monetary transactions, you must have an initial passport (if you get a personal one, then this is generally ideal). To replenish the balance, you need to go to the cashier of the gambling club and select the icon that displays the WebMoney logo. After that, in a special form, you need to fill in several lines (wallet number / WMID, transfer amount). After that, depending on the confirmation method you have chosen, you will receive an SMS or push notification from the E-NUM system.
In the first option, you have to answer in the affirmative that you agree with the operation being performed via a return SMS. In the second, enter the one-time numeric password sent in the notification from E-NUM in the appropriate column. The currency in which the transaction is made is selected in advance.
How to withdraw money from a casino to WebMoney?
To withdraw winnings from the casino, you must go to your personal account / casino cashier and leave an order for the amount you wish to withdraw. You will need to indicate the number of the wallet to which you are going to transfer money. It is better to choose a wallet in the same currency as the one used in the casino. Otherwise, you will have to pay a few percent for the conversion.
The withdrawal will be carried out in accordance with the rules of the casino. Be prepared that this may not happen immediately, since payments are made manually and on a first come, first served basis.