Siru Mobile may not be the most commonly offered banking option at online casinos, but ever since it debuted in 2011, it has proven exceedingly efficient at offering mobile casino players a handy way to deposit into their accounts.
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Siru Mobile is, at its most basic, a mobile wallet. This cloud-based wallet allows players to deposit money from an online casino with nothing more than their mobile phone number. One of the other perks of this banking option is that it offers a straightforward sign-up process. As long as they have a mobile number, players are good to go.
Depositing with Siru Mobile
Firstly, you need to sign-up for a Siru Mobile wallet, which is possible from Siru’s website with your mobile phone number. An SMS is then sent with your passcode. You can then choose to deposit funds into your Siru wallet by having them added to your mobile phone bill at the end of the month, or by having those funds deducted instantly from your phone credit balance. SMS confirmations are sent throughout this process.
Depositing at casinos is relatively simple to do with Siru Mobile. Finding a casino which offers Siru Mobile is actually more difficult than using the payment method. Once you do find an agreeable casino offering Siru Mobile, you merely need to select the banking option from those available on the screen. You will naturally need to accept their terms and conditions and choose the amount you wish to deposit. Once the payment is complete, that sum will be deducted from your Siru Mobile wallet, which has a maximum balance of £300 or €300.
Siru Mobile Withdrawals
As is almost always the case with mobile casino banking options, you are not going to be able to withdraw your winnings with Siru Mobile. Anything you win when playing online will need to be withdrawn via an alternative banking option. This is the major downside to all mobile payment methods at this moment in time.
The Final Word
Siru Mobile is ideal for players who want to deposit speedily and without handing over their bank details, but not so much those who wish to withdraw. Siru Mobile is not free, either. A transaction fee is applied when you use Siru Mobile, and that fee is displayed on the screen alongside your transaction, so you will know what it costs before you decide to commit to the transaction.
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