If you’re interested in using the services provided by InstaDebit to transfer money into your casino account, you’ll first of all need to register at the company’s website. This is easy enough to do. You just need to enter a few personal details, such as name and email address, as well as some bank account information to connect your account to. There isn’t any charge for registering an account with the company, and you’ll need no more than two minutes of spare time to fully go through the sign up process. After verifying your email address and validating the funding source – which is done by InstaDebit depositing a small amount into your bank account and you then entering this amount on the verification page – you will be able to use the payment method instantly.
Following this, you need to log in to the casino platform that you wish to deposit funds in to and make your way over to the cashier page. Find the InstaDebit logo in either a list or drop down menu, and proceed to select it. Input the amount you would like to transfer after this and you’ll then either be re-diverted to, or see in a pop up window, the website of InstaDebit. Here, you’ll need to log in to your account with the username and password created upon registration. The details of the payment will be shown to you in full, at which point, you need to check through everything and verify the transaction.
After you’ve done this, InstaDebit will transfer the funds from your linked bank account, via its own network and into the casino account. This is then shown in your account balance, with both the web merchant (in this case the casino) and the payment provider, notifying the customer of a successful transaction. As a little extra perk of using this service, some casinos may also offer the ability to withdraw winnings via it as well. This works in the same way as depositing with it, although, of course, in a reverse motion. If the casino does not choose to provide withdrawals via the company, players depositing with this method will need to use a bank wire transfer as an alternative.