How to Deposit and Withdraw Money on 10Cric India?
Did you recently register on 10Cric India and are confused about how to deposit and withdraw your winnings from your 10Cric account?
Or maybe you are facing issues like your withdrawal getting canceled or your withdrawal showing pending for over 2 days.
Either way, we have you covered.
Here are step-by-step guides on depositing and withdrawing on 10Cric, information on the withdrawal time, minimum deposit, and resolutions to the issues mentioned above.
How to Deposit in 10Cric Account?
To start, you’ll need to log in to your 10Cric account. Then:
1. Go to the upper left corner and click the “Deposit” button.
2. You’ll see a list of the available deposit methods; choose one.
3. Enter the amount you want to deposit, a bonus code (if you’re eligible for one), and click “Deposit.”
That’s it! The money will soon be in your account, and you’ll be able to place your first bet.
10Cric Deposit Methods
There are 7 deposit methods on 10Cric. These include commonly used payment methods like UPI, bank transfer, Neteller, and Skrill, along with AstroPay, Jeton, and 10Coins (LTC, BTC, ETH, USDT, BSV, TRX, and USDT).
The lack of deposit methods is one of the few drawbacks of 10Cric, as it does not include Visa, Mastercard, PayTM, etc.
10Cric Minimum Deposit
The minimum deposit varies based on the payment modes you use. The below table breaks it down for you based on each payment mode.
The minimum amount you can deposit using cryptocurrency may change depending on the fluctuation in their prices
10Cric Maximum Deposit
The payment mode you choose impacts the maximum deposit you can make. Here’s more in detail.
10Cric Deposit Time
Deposits are usually instant. But in case your deposit hasn’t shown up yet, don’t worry. We checked in with customer care, and they have clarified that deposits can sometimes take up to 1 hour to process.
How to Withdraw Money from 10Cric India?
For withdrawals, all you need to do is:
1. Click on the Account/Profile icon in the upper-right corner of your screen.
2. Select ‘Withdraw’ from the menu that opens up.
3. Select your preferred mode of withdrawal.
4. Enter the amount you wish to withdraw.
5. Type in the required details of your withdrawal method. Double-check the details to ensure a smooth process.
6. Hit the ‘Complete Withdrawal’ button.
Do not close the window without entering your withdrawal method details. Otherwise your money gets locked and takes 10-15 minutes to return to your 10Cric account.
If you are using the 10Cric India app, you’ll be happy to know that process is the same for both deposits and withdrawals and does not involve any additional steps.
We would also add that it’s important users sign up with accurate and verifiable personal information, as providing wrong details will delay the account verification process (and, consequently, withdrawals).
Betting sites may even refuse withdrawals if customers don’t provide factual information due to AML (Anti-Money-Laundering Laws).
10Cric Withdrawal Time
When your money comes into your account depends completely on the payment mode you use.
10Cric states that bank transfers may take up to ten banking days, while eWallet and UPI transactions take up to 48 business hours.
That means if you were to place a withdrawal request via UPI or eWallets on Friday, it would only be processed by Tuesday.
If you are placing a lot of withdrawals, it may take longer as the 10Cric team would need to verify your account and transactions, which will require ID proofs, address proofs, etc.
To avoid this, we’d recommend you upload the required documents before placing withdrawal requests via the ‘Account Verification’ option.
10Cric Withdrawal Options
You get 7 withdrawal methods as well.
This means you can withdraw using UPI, bank transfer, Neteller, and Skrill, along with AstroPay, Jeton, and 10Coins (LTC, BTC, ETH, USDT, BSV, TRX, and USDT).
10cric Minimum and Maximum Withdrawal
The minimum withdrawal is ₹1,000, irrespective of the mode you use. The maximum amount you can withdraw per 7 days is ₹1,50,000. You do not have to worry about daily limits.
Plus, You won’t be charged any withdrawal fee unless you make multiple withdrawals using a bank transfer.
While the first bank transfer withdrawal is free, other bank transfers can attract a fee of up to ₹500.
How to Cancel Withdrawal
1. To cancel a withdrawal, click on the profile icon in the top-left corner.
2. Select the ‘Cancel Withdrawal’ option
3. This will take you to a new page where all your withdrawals are available. You can select the one you want to cancel.
In case you do not see any withdrawals there, that means you cannot cancel it. Your withdrawal request is already in the last stages of confirmation and should arrive in your account soon.
Also, in most cases, the canceled amount comes into your 10Cric account immediately. However, in rare cases, it can take about 20 minutes for the system to make updates.
In case your balance hasn’t shown up even after 20 minutes, contact the support team.
10Cric Withdrawal Issues
Why does it ask me to rollover deposit when withdrawing?
It means that you need to play for your deposit amount at least once before you submit a withdrawal request. For example, if you deposited ₹2,000, you now have to place bets for ₹2,000. There’s no limit on the number of bets, and once all bets are settled, you can then withdraw the amount.
Why was my withdrawal cancelled?
Some common reasons why withdrawal requests are cancelled include:
– Your account name and bank holder’s name don’t match.
– One or more account details given are incorrect.
– You haven’t submitted documents required for account verification.
If none of these reasons are behind your withdrawal cancellation, get in touch with the support team via chat or phone.
Why is my withdrawal showing pending after 2 days?
If your withdrawal is showing pending even after 48 hours, it is likely because the 10Cric team is reviewing the request. They might ask for documents for account verification, so make sure you check your email. If not, get in touch with the support team.