***Bet365 no longer accepts cheque deposits from Canadians (at this time). Please refer to our deposit methods page to find information about the other deposit methods that they are currently accepting.
Depositing via a cheque is kind of a last ditch effort that I only advise if you are unable to use any of other deposit methods offered at the site.
Even if you don’t have a bank account or credit card I still suggest buying a Ukash voucher or prepaid credit card over sending a cheque or money order.
The only time I would really understand the reasoning behind making a cheque deposit is for a very large deposit. But if this is the case you should easily be able to perform a wire transfer instead.
Even though I don’t advise cheque deposits, it’s still your call so here is the information for making the payment.
Sportsbooks Accepting Cheque Deposits
Bet365 is the only one of our recommended betting sites that currently accept cheques. They accept personal cheques, cashier cheques, bankers drafts and international money orders.
Cheque Deposit Guide
Here is a screenshot from Bet365 with all of the cheque depositing information:
Bet365 will still require you to confirm your identity and address before cashing out a cheque payment. You will have to scan your drivers license and a utility bill with your address on it in order to confirm your information and allow Bet365 to process your withdrawal.