The Payment section is only visible for registered users, and the options depend on your log-in country, so you’ll have the most accurate list of methods once you set up an account. You can deposit via Visa, Mastercard, PostePay, Skrill, Neteller, Interac, Paysafecard, Trustly, EcoPayz, Qiwi, Zimpler, Klarna, MultiBanco, Ripple, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin, Boleto, Bradesco, Banco Do Brasil, Banco Itaú, and Pay4Fun. Wherever possible, withdrawals are processed through the same payment method used for deposit, otherwise they will be made via bank transfer or another payment alternative registered in your account by the casino’s discretion.
In terms of minimum deposit and withdrawal amount and a required deposit turnover, CampoBet lines up with most operators, as the incoming transactions are limited to €10, the outgoing to €20, and to comply with the regulations, you must wager your last deposit just once prior to a withdrawal.
However, the payout requests on the casino’s side are processed only in the standard working hours from Monday to Friday, which can cause inconvenience and delays.
CampoBet is owned and operated by Araxio Development N.V. and is licensed and regulated by the Curacao gaming officials. Casinos holding such a license usually have a controversial reputation as the Authorities do not get involved in disputes and do not strictly monitor their licensee’s gaming operations. We would also like to note that we found many negative comments about CampoBet over the internet regarding suspended withdrawals and personal and financial data security failings. You will never find yourself in such a situation if playing at a casino regulated by the UKGC or the MGA, as they guarantee the highest level of customer protection.
Customer support is available 24/7 via live chat and email and Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 20:00 GMT over the phone.