Funding Methods
Withdrawal Methods

Credit Card: Deposits by Credit Card must be withdrawn back to the same Credit Card if a withdrawal is requested within a period of six months from the deposit time. In case the 6 month period for credit card withdrawal lapses, the client should provide a bank statement in order for Windsor to be able to send the funds back to a bank account in their name, preferably the bank used when depositing.

Electronic Funding: You may be required to access your payment provider to continue your transaction. Make sure you have your credentials ready. Deposits by E-wallets (Neteller, Webmoney, Skrill) must be withdrawn back to the same E-wallet.

Wire & Money Transfer: Using this method you may need to visit your bank or the money transfer provider to process your transaction. Funds must be withdrawn back to the same bank account used when depositing.

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