Found 21st Jun 2008
Im looking for a online betting site which pays out via paypal, just wondering is William Hill did this, as they do accept paypal. Can someone help me out here:)

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If you can deposit via PayPal then almost certain you can withdraw it there to.

Paypal don't accept payment for Adult material sites or gambling sites i believe.

edit: so they do, must be only adult sites now.

i thought they did lol

Min withdrawal on William Hill through paypal is £5 and max is £5000. It tells you in help section there is no fee for withdrawal.

Heres a wee link
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I just used them the other day, if you deposit using paypal, you automatically withdraw using paypal, deposits are instant, withdrawals take 2 days, no fees for either transaction. Thumbs up from me, also did not require any age verification which is normally a pain in the a**

Original Poster

Oh right, because im planning to use them but want the withdrawal through paypal, so i just wanted to make sure if they did or not

They can pay back through your debit card as well.

Ladbrokes accept Paypal payment but willhill definately don't . This is a nuisance for me also as i like to have 3 or 4 online bookies with cash in so as to take best odds on events i'm interested in.

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darren9030;2357992

Ladbrokes accept Paypal payment but willhill definately don't .



why is this on their site then?

If you already have a PayPal account but not a William Hill account, you … If you already have a PayPal account but not a William Hill account, you can conveniently register with William Hill and instantly credit your new account using PayPal with our Quick Register option. Please click here for further details.If you already have a William Hill account and would like to deposit using your PayPal account, please follow the instructions below:Step 1 - Log into your William Hill accountUsing your existing username and password, log into your account at [url]www.willhill.com[/url].Step 2 - Navigate to the My Account > Deposit pageFrom here, if you have another payment type registered then you'll also need to click on Change Payment Type. Please note that you need to have a zero balance, no open bets and be logged out of all online games (e.g. poker, casino). If you are unable to change your payment type online, please contact our Customer Services team for assistance.If you do not already have a payment method registered, the deposit page will automatically load with the list of available payment methods for your account.Simply select PayPal from the list and your page will refresh, asking for your PayPal email address and the amount you wish to deposit. Complete this and click on the Deposit Funds button.Step 3 - Log in to your PayPal account and process the depositThe next page will load your PayPal account login page. The amount you wish to deposit should already be on display along with your email address. Simply enter your PayPal password, log in and review your deposit details - check the total payable is correct and then choose which payment method to use.The payment methods available will depend on how you have configured your PayPal account. If you already have a balance in your PayPal account you may want to use those funds. Alternatively, you can choose to transfer from the debit or credit card registered to your PayPal account, if applicable. Once you are happy with all the payment details, press the Confirm button and complete the transaction. Within a few seconds you should receive confirmation that the deposit has been successful.Congratulations, you have made your PayPal deposit! After pressing the OK button on the confirmation page your William Hill balance should refresh to account for the new deposit you have made.WithdrawingFor information on withdrawals via this payment method, please click here.

darren9030;2357992

Ladbrokes accept Paypal payment but willhill definately don't . This is a … Ladbrokes accept Paypal payment but willhill definately don't . This is a nuisance for me also as i like to have 3 or 4 online bookies with cash in so as to take best odds on events i'm interested in.


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Original Poster

ok so they do accept paypal for sure, thanks for the help

colinsunderland;2358038

why is this on their site then?


Yes apologies. I have open bets so cannot use paypal until those bets are completed. That was what threw me . They have only recently introduced it.
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