Carbon PokerAs we always like you to be kept fully up to date with the available banking options at each of our showcased and top rated poker sites, today we are going to enlighten you on just what withdrawal methods are available over at the Carbon Poker site.

One of the main reasons that have resulted in us listing Carbon Poker as a top rated poker site is that they never drag out withdrawals that any winning player has requested and there are of course more than enough options available to allow you to get paid out all of your winnings in a very timely fashion.

Check and Gift Cards – If you request a withdrawal by Check, then be aware to save you a lot of additional time waiting for a check to clear through the banking system Carbon Poker may send you a pre paid debit card, and as such you are going to be able to use that card to withdraw cash at any ATM or use it to purchase goods and products online or in a retail outlet.

E-Wallet Withdrawals – The preferred web wallet of choice by many players over at Carbon Poker is Skrill and as such you can request any amount up to a maximum of $5000 on any one single withdrawal and they will pull out all of the stops to ensure those winnings are sent back to you in a very timely fashion.

Wire Transfer – Should you wish to have your winnings sent back to you directly to your bank account when you are making a withdrawal at Carbon Poker then you can of course request a bank wire, and they will let you request one for any amount from $500 to $5000 per single transaction!

Please ensure you furnish them with all of the required information regarding your bank and account details to avoid any unnecessary delays in them processing and sending your funds back to your bank account.

Debit Card Withdrawals – If you have made a deposit into your Carbon Poker site account recently using a debit card then you can now request your winnings are sent back to the bank account linked dup to that debit card. You can request any amount from $50 to $5000 to be sent back to use using that method which takes around 3 to 5 days to be processed from start to finish.

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Posted on: 29th May 2015 by: Gary Beachley