What Happened to Dragonfish Withdrawal Limits?

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August 31st, 2017
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With recent changes made to regulations by the UK Gambling Commission, we’ve got some good news regarding Dragonfish casinos. In fact, the brand has removed its maximum withdrawal limits. Say bye-bye to low daily, weekly and monthly withdrawal limits, at least for the time being.

For those who have been longtime members of any of the brand’s casinos, you’ve probably become accustomed to maximum withdrawal limits set at £1,000 per day, £2,000 per week and £5,000 per month (£3,000 per month for bingo brands). However, during a recent inspection, it has been discovered that the above limits are no longer listed in the terms and conditions of Dragonfish sites, and upon contacting live support reps from multiple online casinos, it has been officially confirmed that the limits are no longer relevant. As a result, players are currently in the driver’s seat, with the ability to withdraw beyond the previous limits in a single transaction.

With the recent change comes added benefits as well. What exactly do we mean by that? For example, players can say good riddance to being forced into making deposits on no deposit bonuses. For those brands offering no deposit signup bonuses (including free spins), members will not be required to make a minimum deposit to withdraw any accumulated winnings, as long as the wagering requirement has been met. The ‘know your customer’ verification procedure is completed during the signup process and registration of a payment method and any other systems a particular site may have in place.

If you’re thinking this is too good to be true, we’re here to provide you with the facts. The new withdrawal limits, or lack thereof, don’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon. However, the longevity of no deposit welcome offers is up in the air, due to the fact that, while it’s awesome for players, it’s not quite as beneficial to operators. Our guess is that no deposit bonuses will ultimately become a thing of the past, or if they do stand the test of time, you will most likely see wagering requirements being jacked up beyond belief.

“it has been officially confirmed that the limits are no longer relevant”

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