Mr Green Casino Deposit & Withdrawal Methods
Mr Green Casino offers all the popular deposit methods such as credit/debit cards, bank transfer, Skrill, NETeller, PayPal, PaySafeCard and Entropay. On the withdrawal side, you can use bank transfer, PayPal, Skrill and NETeller. The minimum deposit across all payment methods is £10 and the maximum deposit is £600.
There are no fees whatsoever to deposit or withdraw – as of April 2013, Mr Green abolished fees to deposit using a VISA or MasterCard (just in case you wondered). This is good as it’s one of the most commonly used methods for depositing. Furthermore, deposits via PayPal, NETeller, MoneyBookers, PaySafeCard and Entropay are also free. The funds are available immediately to play with too. The only negative is that you cannot deposit via a bank transfer (who uses this anyway?).
Mr Green also will ask for ID documents (like a driver’s license or utility bill) upon your first withdrawal – this is standard practice amongst all online casino operators. Mr Green operates a 1 wallet system so you can play any of their casino games without having to move your funds about.
In terms of cashout times, Mr Green has improved. They process your withdrawal requests within 48 hours – we tried to withdraw a few times and found withdrawals via NETeller and Skrill were processed quicker (within 12 hours in some cases. Withdrawals to debit/credit cards obviously take longer due to banks own processing times. Furthermore, they also process cashouts on weekends – this is a big plus in my eyes as this is when most of us tend to play online.
In terms of reversing your withdrawal, they don’t allow it which is great – this way you won’t get tempted to cancel your withdrawal request and playing with your winnings. As a result, manually flushing your withdrawal is not an option.
Finally, Mr Green operates a policy called Green Gaming. You, as a customer, can set up personal limits in terms of the risk you want to take. This means you can set daily, weekly and monthly limits – this way, you can control what you might lose. It’s obviously down to you as an individual but the facility is there is you might ever need it.