Nektan supports payments via Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, Neteller, Paysafe, Skrill, zimpler, Trustly, EcopayZ, as well as some country-specific payment methods such as iDebit, Instadebit, boku, etc.
The minimum deposit is £10, except for boku payments where the minimum is £15. This is odd as some casinos allow players to deposit even £5 via boku. In addition, boku deposits are subject to a 15% fee. All in all, you’d better avoid boku unless you are out of all other options.
As for withdrawals, the minimum amount you can withdraw is £10. However, there is a catch. As of July 2019, players who would like to withdraw less than £30, have to pay a £2.50 flat fee.
WatchMySpin casino also has a 3-day pending period during which you can cancel withdrawal and continue playing with your funds. That’s a pretty long period, not to mention that casinos require a ton of documents, which further delays the withdrawal. Also, if you have £25 cash balance but you want to avoid the £2.5 fee, you may decide to continue playing, and lose the money you already have instead of cashing out.
To sum up, the withdrawal process at WatchMySpin seems like a tricky, mundane procedure, so you’d better arm yourself with patience, especially before the first withdrawal when identity verification is needed.
WatchMySpin is operated by Nektan Ltd – a company holding UKGC and Gibraltar licenses. Therefore, WatchMySpin can be considered trustworthy despite the bonus terms drawbacks. After all, it is the sole responsibility of the player to read the T&C prior to making a deposit. The role of the gambling regulator is to make sure all clauses are well defined.
You can get in touch with the customer support via phone, live chat or email. If you choose the latter, you should expect an answer within 24 hours.