Mason Slots casino accepts Visa/ MasterCard, as well as the most common e-wallets – Skrill, Neteller, Neosurf, paysafe, to name a few. Depending on your place of residence, there might be some country-specific payment methods available, too.
The minimum deposit is €20. The situation with the withdrawals, however, is far more interesting.
The minimum withdrawal is €20. Not too bad, right? Well, hold on.
The T&C state that the “internal operating currency is Euro”. Therefore if you deposit in another currency, there will be an “insignificantly higher” amount deducted from your card because of the currency conversion fee. With all due respect, the currency conversion fees can be pretty hefty, so you’d better check what are the currency conversion fees of your bank.
Also, to request a withdrawal, you need to play through the deposited amount 3 times. If you deposit €20, you need to keep playing until you make an €60 turnover before you are allowed to withdraw the amount you end up with.
The max withdrawal is €7,500 per week, and €15,000 per month unless you are a VIP player in which case the withdrawal limits are higher.
Last but not least, the casino charges a €5 maintenance fee from the 13th month of inactivity of your account. Such a clause was the reason why several casinos were hit with a financial penalty from EU regulators. To avoid the fee you must log into your casino account.
The casino is owned and operated by N1 Interactive Ltd. The latter is a company that holds a MGA gambling license and operates a few other casinos including the Crazy Fox and Maneki. The presence of a MGA license is an indication that this is not, by any means, a rogue casino, but still, there are a few red flags in the T&C.
You can get in touch with the customer support via live chat or fill in the contact form available on the website.