Instant Banking is a simple way to transfer funds directly from your bank account to your sports betting account. You only need to enter your banking login and answer two verification questions to gain access to your bank accounts for the transfer.
Instant Banking is a safe and secure online banking transfer option that does not require your Social Insurance Number, making it one of the best ways to transfer funds directly from your bank account to an online sportsbook.
Sportsbooks Accepting Instant Banking
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Instant Banking Deposit Guide
Here is a step by step guide to deposit via Instant Banking at SportsInteraction.com.
Select Instant Banking
After you’ve clicked on ‘Deposit’ and ‘More Deposit Options’ in the Sports Interaction sportsbook you should select ‘Instant Banking’ from the list of deposit options.
Enter Deposit Amount
Once on the Instant Banking page you will be prompted to enter the deposit amount before being transferred to the Instant Banking website.
Select Your Bank
You will be taken to the Instant Banking by Citadel website. Your deposit amount will be shown on the screen and you will have to select your bank to continue.
Enter Your Banking Login and Answer The Security Questions
You will next use your bank card number and password to log into your banking account through the Instant Banking website. They will then ask you to answer a couple questions to verify your identity. After this your banking accounts will be shown and you can choose which account to fund your deposit from.
After submitting your deposit, it will need to clear before it will be available in your Sports Interaction account.
You are able to withdraw funds back to your bank account via the Instant Banking method. The process is just as simple as making the deposit.
Instant Banking FAQ
Here are a few common questions regarding the Instant Banking deposit method.
Are there any fees?
Yes. Instant Banking charges a $1.50 fee per transaction.
What Banks Does This Method Work With
- Bank of Montreal
- National Bank of Canada
- Royal Bank of Canada
- TD Canada Trust