The casino supports the most common payment methods including Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, ecopayZ, as well as country-specific ones such as MIR and Qiwi. The minimum deposit is €10. According to the withdrawal methods’ table, the minimum withdrawal is €40, but according to the T&C page, the minimum withdrawal is €25. Well, we guess that Vesper is yet another casino that has not considered it relevant to “tweak” the Terms after copying them from who knows where.
Other than that, withdrawals come with a 3% fee. The withdrawal limits depend on your VIP status. Last but not least, the casino has a 3x deposit turnover requirement, which is a bit on the higher side. If we assume you deposit €20, you have to make €60 bets before you are allowed to cash out. If you end up with amount lower than the minimum withdrawal set, you have to keep playing until your balance goes over that threshold. However, if the Lady Luck is not smiling on you that day, you may lose all your winnings. So basically, Vesper is one of the casinos that never let you cash out easily.
Vesper is operated by the Hungary-based Fair Game Software KFT. The casino is operating under a Curacao license issued to FairGame G.P. N.V. It is a bit difficult to figure out who is who but one thing is for sure – Vesper is a casino you should be careful with when depositing large sums as you can hardly count on the authorities’ protection if you face an unfair treatment or your winnings are withheld for no apparent reason.
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