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1 year ago by Joanna22
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9 months ago

PS: MiFinity then still, or partially, responded to my inquiries.

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mws1
9 months ago

Hello!

Oh, I see - this very unpleasant issue because the bank is not cooperating with you. I suspected complications on the other side, but now, I'd love to know what prevents the bank from accepting the money. Could you call the bank, perhaps? 🤔

Radka
9 months ago

Hello, my bank has now replied in writing and says it is not their fault. Then you stand there like a fool and don't know what the problem is. Recently had a second withdrawal from my Mifinity account to my Crypto account, it worked. When I get the chance (if I win), I'll try to withdraw it to my checking account. See you then

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mws1
9 months ago

You're right. Sometimes you feel like you're between the mill wheels and there's nowhere to go. 

On the other hand, I'm glad you were able to withdraw even 2x . 

Anyway, If you manage to win and withdraw again and you will withdraw to a checking account, let us know if everything went smoothly. 🙂

Good luck for now. 

7 months ago

Hello everyone.


I currently have the problem that bank withdrawals via my finity always fail. Even though I am fully verified. Does anyone here have experience? Thanks

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mws1
7 months ago

I'm currently having exactly the same problem

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7 months ago

Hello Astrid, try to use another payment service provider. It has worked for me several times with Cryptopay so far. Disadvantage: You will not receive the entire payout amount in your currency (fees, exchange rate losses).

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7 months ago

I think it's the bank's fault, not MiFinity's. See also my posts.

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mws1
7 months ago

I'll do it differently as soon as they cancel it. I book it into the casino account and then have it paid out via Sepa.


That's the bottom drawer and no one answers you.

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mws1
7 months ago

I'm betting on that too. Because instant banking is processed via Volt and my bank is not listed. That's why it will always end up in the failed status.

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7 months ago

I used to be able to pay out directly to my bank account from MiFinity. And from "one day to the next" it didn’t work anymore. I don't know what's going on in the background... If you made your deposit from your MiFinity account, you usually also have to pay out to your MiFinity account. I keep my fingers crossed for you.

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mws1
7 months ago

Yes, I hope so. If not, I've now downloaded the app for crypto payments. I will verify myself there and then pay out.

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7 months ago

Yes, I hope so. If not, I've now downloaded the app for crypto payments. I will verify myself there and then pay out.

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7 months ago

Hi and I'm glad you came across a player who has had a similar experience and you could exchange situations in which you found yourselves. After reading all this, are you going to go ahead and use crypto payments or are you going to try Sepa first ? 

Additionally, in which casino do you have this problem ? 

Anyway, if you manage to withdraw by any means, could you please let us know how long it took you and, if applicable, which payment method you used ? I think it would be useful for other players as well. 

I hope there will be no other problems and everything will be fine. Good luck. 🙂

7 months ago

Hello Astrid, try to use another payment service provider. It has worked for me several times with Cryptopay so far. Disadvantage: You will not receive the entire payout amount in your currency (fees, exchange rate losses).

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7 months ago

Just out of curiosity, how big are the fees for Cryptopay ? Is it something that is manageable or does it put you off ? 

7 months ago

There were around 5% discounts, but they are certainly not just fees. As with stocks, foreign currencies, etc., there are buying and selling prices, price gains and price losses. It will certainly be no different with coins.

The "bank" always earns!

MiFinity is also not transparent about the rate at which payments are made and how this rate is determined. I only see the price on my crypto wallet. In addition, there are sometimes extreme short-term fluctuations in coins.

The payout is like a casino game. Unless you stay invested in coins for now.

But around 5% is already decent.

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mws1
7 months ago

Since I do not use Mifinity I didn't know much on the subject. Thus I'm very grateful for this post.

If you ever come across anything worth adding, please leave us a note.

7 months ago

I was able to pay it out via the casino and it was in the account within 3 hours via SEPA

My finity no longer exists for me. No payout no response.

I contacted my bank and it's definitely not their fault.

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astrid35
7 months ago

Hello, I'm quite in tense when it comes to Mifinity these days. Have you seen this?

https://casino.guru/forum/general-discussion-1/mifinity-issues-withdrawal#post-73698



7 months ago

Hello, I have to correct myself. the exchange rate. On MiFinity you can see the exchange rate of coins! I just made a withdrawal of €250. Bitcoin rate from Mifinity 1 BTC = €26,487.10, real-time rate 1 BTC = €26,172.00 (approx. 5 minutes later). Fees were €4.50. If everything works with the payouts, I can tell you what amount will ultimately arrive in my bank account.

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mws1
7 months ago

Thanks for this update!

I'm glad to see someone who is not struggling with Mifinity now.

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