BetNow Detailed Review
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History of BetNow.eu
BetNow is one of a new wave of offshore sportsbook options allowing players from around the world to bet online, which also includes residents of the US. A casino and racebook are also available to bettors, and as far as we know, they are an independent operation and hold their license for operation in Curacao. BetNow began their operations in 2016, so are still a relatively new operation in the betting arena. However, they have received an endorsement from the OSGA (Offshore Gaming Association).
New accounts are topped up with a 100% welcome bonus up to a $1,000 value on the first deposit. There are also other options available to bettors who can choose to either use a 100% bonus up to $1,000, or a 25% bonus up to $1,000 on first deposits. The first 50% option has a 8x rollover applied to it, while the 25% bonus attract an 3x rollover respectively.
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Deposits and Withdrawals
So far, the payout system for BetNow appears to be relatively trouble-free. Since inception, they have been steadily adding options and now include a few cashier options, as well as the Cryptocurrency Bitcoin.
Credit cards and debit cards provide instant payouts and are free. MoneyGram and Western Union have fees, but these are reimbursed if the transaction amount is equal to or more than $300. Bitcoin seems to be the preferred method as it’s free and provides one of the fastest transactions. If you need to deposit large amounts, you can use bank wires for values up to $50,000. Bank transfers are available through Zelle if you have it available as an online banking option.
By far the best way to receive your funds is via Bitcoin because there are no fees when the payout is less than $5,000. Transactions over $5,000 attract a 2% fee. Checks and bank drafts can handle amounts up to $3,000 and have an $85.00 fee applied to them. If you need to withdraw large amounts, bank deposits are a viable option as you can complete transactions up to $41,500 with a $70.00 fee.