- Payment Security
Unlike your mate Baz who can be a bit slow at getting in his round of drinks, let alone paying you back for bets in coins, Sportsbet takes security of payments very seriously and uses the most effective and secure methods of making and receiving payments.
For full legal compliance, sportsbet.com.au strives to ensure all payment methods used on site belong to the account holder. Outlined below are the requirements for each payment method:
The PayPal account that is registered on your Sportsbet account must be in your name. If it is not, your account may be suspended, open bets voided and the available funds returned to the PayPal account.
Credit and Debit Cards
Please ensure that you use a card solely in your own name. Please also ensure we hold your correct billing address for the registered card. Unfortunately, any discrepancy in the name or the address could lead to the suspension of your account.
Third Party Card Holders
Sportsbet.com.au does allow members to use cards that are in their own name, but the account is held by another. If this is the case, our Customer Security team may be in touch in order to validate this and request documentation to that effect.
Sportsbet.com.au does allow members to use business cards if the business is their own. If this is the case, our Customer Security team may be in touch in order to validate this and request documentation to that effect.
The MoneyBooker/Skrill account that is registered on your sportsbet.com.au account must be in your own name. If it is not, your account may be closed, open bets voided and the available funds returned to the MoneyBooker/Skrill account.