Casino Haiti supports only a few payment methods, but still, you will find some of the most convenient ones. Their availability depends on your log-in country, and after you register an account, you’ll be able to choose from Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller, EcoPayz, Sofort, and MiFinity to deposit. Surprisingly, the casino does not accept cryptocurrencies, which is very unlikely for a Curacao licensee. Otherwise, the withdrawals are processed back to the original method used for deposit, or in case this is technically not possible, via Bank Transfer. The supported fiat currencies are EUR, GBP, USD, AUD, CAD, CHF, PLN, NOK, DKK, TRY, BRL, ARS, CLP, ZAR, HUF, BGN, and NZD.
The minimum deposit and withdrawal limits are both set to only €10, which is more than fair, and withdrawal requests for over €1000 may take up to 7 days to be processed. We couldn’t find information about a mandatory deposit turnover before a cashout, and customer support didn’t reply to our query regarding this matter.
Casino Haiti is owned and operated by SG International N.V. The company is registered and established under the laws of Curacao. Unfortunately, casinos holding such a license usually have a very poor reputation and a history of cheating their customers. The lack of proper regulation allows the operator to hold and delay withdrawals, and even to unfairly confiscate winnings.
You will never get such experience if playing in a casino regulated by the UKGC or the MGA, where you can always count on protection by the authorities in case of a misunderstanding.
Customer support is available 24/7 via email and through the contact form on the website for registered players in English, German, Russian, Spanish, and Polish. We wrote them to clarify some missing details regarding the bonus conditions and others, but no one replied.