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#352

Can you help me understand why I got the different amount from a casino by withdrawal on my account? I mean if a withdrawal was $200, I got $160 in my bank. Why is this difference and why is it created. The casino insists it did the withdrawal of $200.

#354

That is actually very easy to explain. Normally it depends on from what country you are and what kind of the charges your own bank imposes. Some international banks do have internal charges if they receive the money from an online casino.

#355

I am from Norway so I do not know actually. I think you might be right though. It just happened to me the first time so I have no clue.

#356

Norway has strict rules to the withdrawals. So yes, I think this is why you got less money as expected.

#357

Makes sense now. Here in Canada, we do receive the same amount as we process from the casinos.

#1805

Well this answers your question, it's possible that you don't receive the exact amount you requested due to Withdrawal Fees and Currency Conversion. Vsit Fb Wannas O_fficial

#1929

Takadhun wrote Wednesday 29th of June

Can you help me understand why I got the different amount from a casino by withdrawal on my account? I mean if a withdrawal was $200, I got $160 in my bank. Why is this difference and why is it created. The casino insists it did the withdrawal of $200.

Ask the customer service why they deducted 40 $ and before they process your withdrawal they will inform you that there's transaction fee, because that's not fair. In casino that I'm playing they give me the exact amount.

#2036

Takadhun wrote Wednesday 29th of June

Can you help me understand why I got the different amount from a casino by withdrawal on my account? I mean if a withdrawal was $200, I got $160 in my bank. Why is this difference and why is it created. The casino insists it did the withdrawal of $200.

Certainly, sometimes the amount you receive fr om a casino withdrawal can be less than what you requested due to a few reasons. The main ones are fees and currency conversion. The casino and your bank might both charge fees for the transaction, and if the casino operates in a different currency, there could be extra costs when converting the money. Additionally, some banks have charges for receiving money fr om certain types of businesses, including online casinos. Finally, depending on wh ere you live, there might be taxes on gambling winnings, which can reduce the final amount you receive. To understand the difference, it's a good idea to contact the casino's support team and ask for a breakdown of the transaction. This will help you see exactly wh ere the money went.

#2047

You can simply not play in a casino where there are additional commissions for deposit and withdrawal.

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