Lapalingo Casino only accepts Euro as currency, which rather puts a dent in things for CAD-earning Canadians. This does mean there’s almost always an extra currency withdrawal fee when you withdraw with a credit card or e-wallet, but deposits are always free.
Lapalingo is very transparent about this and you can see a list of these on the site’s payment section. Conversion fees aside, the site does offer all the standard deposit and withdrawal methods, so if you did decide you could live with the fees, you won’t struggle to find a method that works for you.
|ecoPayz ||Visa ||MasterCard |
|paysafecard ||Trustly ||Neteller |
|Sofort ||Skrill ||TrustPay |
|ecoPayz ||Visa |
|MasterCard ||Trustly |
|Neteller ||Skrill |
It’s always better to try and use the same provider for both deposits and withdrawals. As we mentioned above, Lapalingo’s minimum deposit and withdrawal amount sits at €10, making it accessible even to those without big budgets. Before you can withdraw you’ll need to go though a verification phase which takes about 3 days. The site lists withdrawals as being processed in anything from 1 to 3 working days, depending on which method you choose.
And while you’re waiting for your funds to make it back into your bank account or wallet, you can rest easy know that the casino uses the latest SSL/TSL encryption technology. This means your information, as well as your cash, is processed and stored securely, keeping out even the worst of troublemakers.