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William Sean Creighton was close to a guilty plea on tax, money laundering, illegal gambling and payment fraud charges when he was kidnapped, said Mike Lowe, of the department’s economic crimes unit. After Creighton’s death, Justice settled with his widow, who forfeited his ill-gotten cash, gold, horses, cars, and baseball cards, but kept his betting book. The government agreed she hadn’t been part of the illegal business: “It opens the door for Ms. Varela to get licensed in the U.S.,” Carrillo concluded.

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5Dimes founder “Tony” Creighton was killed by kidnappers. His widow, Laura Varela, made peace with investigators and wants to bring the business to the U.S., legally this time.

It has been two years since her flip-flop-wearing, math-whiz husband disappeared. “It feels like 20,” says sports-betting business-owner Laura Varela, from her home in San Jose, Costa Rica.

It has been a year since authorities identified his remains, after a botched kidnapping, a million-dollar bitcoin ransom and 12 arrests in two countries, leaving her to raise their two children alone. “I feel as if I am living my life through someone else,” adds Varela.

And it was last month that Varela agreed to pay $47 million for peace with the U.S. government agents and federal prosecutors in Philadelphia who had been pressing her husband and his Costa Rica-based, U.S.-focused sports betting company, 5Dimes, in a money-laundering and tax investigation.

“The Department of Justice understood. I felt their sympathy throughout this long process,” said Varela. “I am very, very happy and very excited the agreement reflects the fact that I was never involved in any of the wrongdoing.”

So now, with the help of gambling-industry lawyers in Philadelphia and Washington, Varela is trying to parlay her husband’s book of a million gamblers into a legal sports-betting company in New Jersey. Her lawyers are asking New Jersey to register the business there before moving into other states.

After its Atlantic City casinos lost business to new betting halls in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, New Jersey has become an early leader in U.S. online sports-betting, attracting larger wagers than rivals such as Nevada and Pennsylvania, which also welcomed pro and college football pools following favorable court rulings in recent years.

In New Jersey, no fewer than 18 registered online pro and college sports betting pool operators have each partnered with licensed New Jersey casinos or racetracks, from which they place staff and servers and offer odds. These competitors include publicly-traded DraftKings and FanDuel.

Together the New Jersey operators handled legal internet sports bets totaling $3 billion so far this year, earning the cash-strapped state more than $200 million in taxes. To bet, gamblers have to be in the state, as confirmed by the GPS on mobile-phone betting apps.

5D wants to join that list.

5Dimes alone handled billions in bets each year, and could significantly enlarge New Jersey’s industry if it brings a chunk of that business to the state, according to industry experts.

5Dimes’ use of Amazon gift accounts, false names, and credit card processors to illegally pass winnings to U.S. gamblers caught the eye of investigators at the Justice Department’s asset forfeitures unit in Philadelphia, said Maria Carrillo, an attorney in that group.

William Sean Creighton was close to a guilty plea on tax, money laundering, illegal gambling and payment fraud charges when he was kidnapped, said Mike Lowe, of the department’s economic crimes unit. After Creighton’s death, Justice settled with his widow, who forfeited his ill-gotten cash, gold, horses, cars, and baseball cards, but kept his betting book. The government agreed she hadn’t been part of the illegal business: “It opens the door for Ms. Varela to get licensed in the U.S.,” Carrillo concluded.

As part of the settlement with the government, she agreed to block U.S. access to 5Dimes’ websites and stop handling U.S. bets until the company is approved to do business in a U.S. state. She says she has retained the “core” of her husband’s 270 employees, who are still free under Costa Rica law to take bets from other countries, while her lawyers apply for a New Jersey license.

The state law governing sports betting requires that operators show “financial stability, integrity and responsibility” along with “good character, honesty and integrity.” It requires that “any criminal or disciplinary proceedings” and “funds derived from illegal activity” related to online sports betting pools be reported “promptly” to the regulator.

Her lawyers expect it will take several months to get an initial decision. If 5D is approved, could it open the way for other offshore gambling operations with vast customer bases to follow? “The illegal business is certainly larger than the legal business,” says Chris Grove, partner at the Eilers & Krejcik gambling-business advisory firm in Irvine, Calif.

Besides 5D, major offshore sites include Bovada Sports and a handful of Costa Rica-based rivals, and Sportsbook.ag on the Caribbean island of Anguilla. Each of those firms handled at least $2 billion in bets last year, according to Jeff Ifrah, a veteran casino lawyer representing Varela.

Can 5D make the jump to legal status? “It’s a huge if,” said Michael Pollock, a former New Jersey Casino Control Commission spokesman who is managing director at Horsham-based consulting firm Spectrum Gaming Group. “That assumes they will be able to get licensed and take whatever steps the state deems necessary.”

“Since the 1970s, the culture and history of regulation in New Jersey puts a premium on suitability,” he added, ensuring a Garden State license “connotes sufficient honesty and good character.” He expects objections from rivals “who play by the rules and will likely take offense at any effort that might appear to be a short cut.”

But Grove, of Eilers & Kerjcik, said there are powerful reasons for New Jersey to approve. Offshore betting “is a multibillion-dollar industry,” he notes. Together the offshore firms “are doing wagers worth hundreds of billions of dollars,” especially on NFL and NCAA football games.

“Regulators in New Jersey could say that, for the legal gambling market to thrive, we need to deprive the illegal-gambling market of oxygen,” he said. “Offer those sites or their marketing partners a path into the regular market, a path for offshore operators to come in from the cold,” instead of “this game of cat and mouse that hasn’t worked out so well.”

Varela grows warm and expressive when asked about her husband. Creighton, son of a West Virginia supermarket owner, eschewed bodyguards and business formality, preferring to walk around San Jose in shorts with Varela, she said.

He could focus intently on anything from home decor to exploiting intricate bets by competing bookmakers. “He could see 20 miles down the line,” she said. “I could talk to him about anything.” He was such a helpful guide that she had to learn “to trust myself again and make decisions” after he vanished.

Creighton was persistent: “He was the best example I ever saw of ‘El que persevera, alcanza’ ” — the one who keeps at it, wins, added Varela, a Costa Rica native. That’s how he courted her, for two years, after she spent part of her senior year at the University of Costa Rica working at his neighboring company in the San Jose suburb of San Pedro. After she graduated in 2005, “I moved to the beach,” but he kept calling. They married in 2011 and had two children.

He was alone in the summer of 2018 when, police say, two corrupt police officers waved his Porsche off the road. Kidnappers bundled him into a pickup and took him to an apartment arranged by local criminals. His wife paid $1 million of the $5 million in Bitcoins they demanded. The kidnappers took the money through Panama and Cuba, before police tracked the leader of the effort, Jordan Morales-Vega, a 25-year-old engineer, to Spain. That’s where he was arrested in January 2019 seven months before Creighton’s remains were finally found and identified in a Costa Rican cemetery. The complex case is approaching trial, Varela said.

Varela had known her husband was under investigation, said Stephen Miller, a lawyer at Philadelphia-based Cozen O’Connor who is representing Varela along with his law partner Barry Boss. “She hired us to to engage the prosecutors and propose 5Dimes would go legitimate. Settle its liability with the federal government. Enter the regulated sports-betting market.”

Miller noted how sports betting is now advertised on U.S. TV. “There’s a lot of interest on the regulated side. But several times that amount is still on the unregulated side.”

For legalization, “they can’t make up a better test case than Laura Varela, whose husband was killed, and whose agreement confirms she was not involved in the business, and cooperated with the investigation” while keeping gamblers’ identities private. “It’s an opportunity for regulators to start [picking up] tax revenue.”

Gamblers using 5Dimes and other big online Caribbean bookmakers “tend to spend more than U.S. regulated customers,” says lawyer Ifrah. “A U.S. company might have a customer spending $125 or $150 a year on average. The Costa Rican books might spend $1,200 on average per year. They cater to more serious gamblers.”

Ifrah earlier helped several potential 5D competitors win New Jersey approval. “New Jersey is unique,” he said. “You have a great partnership between casinos and online [bookmakers].” The state director of gaming enforcement, David L. Rebuck, “really gets it. He wants to grow the market and get his new partners in.”

It costs extra to go legal. Offshore operators avoid state taxes on net gambling revenue — 36% in Pennsylvania, 6.5% in New Jersey. 5D would need a New Jersey casino or racetrack partner. Besides taxes, Ifrah says it costs tens of millions for the marketing, security, payments and compliance systems to start a legal sports-betting operation. Her lawyers say Varela can raise the needed cash.

Ifrah said Pennsylvania has moved more slowly. It taxes sports betting more heavily, and has failed to see the market grow as much as in New Jersey. The Garden State realizes that “this pie grows, when you have more participants.”

This undertaking in the Isle of Man is a first step towards relaunching the 5Dimes brand in all legalized jurisdictions around the world.

The US Excluded

Launching the company in the Isle of Man was possible thanks to a highly publicized public settlement in the United States dated September 2020. As a result of the settlement, the company was allowed to expand, conduct legal, regulated gambling activities internationally and in the United States.

This license allows 5Dimes to establish a comprehensive international operation, excluding the United States, in the Isle of Man and conduct legal and regulated gaming activities in full compliance across multiple jurisdictions.

Commenting on their new license, Laura Varela, a member of 5Dimes Sportsbook’s Board of Directors said:

This licensure is an exciting milestone for the 5Dimes brand. The Isle of Man is a Tier-1 jurisdiction, known for its advanced approach to gambling and e-gaming legislation and its exceptional reputation in the international gaming community. The Isle of Man sets high standards for its gaming operators and players, and we look forward to upholding the same level of principles and innovation with the launch of 5Dimes.

Varela is the widow of 5Dimes founder, William Sean “Tony” Creighton, who was kidnapped in 2018 and later found murdered.

After Creighton’s death, Varela assumed control of the company. Under her guidance and leadership, the company began to take a more positive stance in the eye of the US government. Most recently a large $46.8 million settlement was concluded with the US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

There are two locations to register on the home page, but they seem lost in the clutter at the top of the screen in fine print and on the right side of the screen with a blue “Register Now” tab.

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I was underwhelmed with my first visit to the 5Dimes website, especially with all the anticipation after reading such great online accolades.

It wouldn’t make me flee the site, but the type size is quite small and the link for new members was much harder to find compared to its online gaming competition.

New members must be 18 years of age or older, and of legal age in your jurisdiction, to use this gaming platform. You must have funds in your account to place a wager.

There are two locations to register on the home page, but they seem lost in the clutter at the top of the screen in fine print and on the right side of the screen with a blue “Register Now” tab.

Fill out the registration form and then make a deposit. Only U.S. dollars and cryptocurrencies are accepted.

As well as some sort of percentage on your first deposit, 5Dimes has a wide selection of offers for new members, but the sportsbook currently restricts players from Costa Rica, France, Hungary, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, the U.K., and Ukraine. It does, however, accept members from all U.S. states.

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5Dimes Welcome Bonus

Most of the heavy hitters in the industry don’t seem to offer a lot of exotic bonuses to attract new members. 5Dimes bucks the trend.

Open up an account with 5Dimes today and 50 per cent of your initial deposit up to $520 will be added to your bankroll in increments as a welcome bonus. It’s the same percentage offer as other sportsbooks.

There is a $25 minimum on your deposit to qualify for the bonus.

For example, you join 5Dimes and make an initial deposit of $200. You will get 10 bonuses applied to your account of $10 each (50% of $200).

Every time you play $200 in the main sportsbook, $10 will be automatically awarded to your free-play balance. In other words, you are required to play $2,000 in total in the main sportsbook to receive your full welcome bonus of $100 based on a $200 deposit.

But the bonuses don’t end there when you join. New members are automatically enrolled in the reduced juice program where the takeout (juice) by the sportsbook is less on every bet.

5Dimes clients may also choose from the following bonuses when creating their account:

  • Cash back rewards: Up to 20% cash back
  • Free-play, match play & lotto rewards: Conventional free play based rewards (up to 50%)
  • 30% Super Saver: Receive -107 pricing and expanded parlay payouts
  • Point mover special reward program
  • Casino rebates rewards program
  • On the House reward program
  • Free payout rewards program

The programs do change from time to time and there are terms and conditions on all of them. Click on the underlined “Rewards” option at the top of the home page to understand what program you are agreeing to join.

Customer Service Options

If members run into a problem or have a question, they can reach out to 5Dimes customer support in English or Spanish using one of the following options:

  • Telephone: 1-800-430-5896
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Live chat: For real money accounts only

Assistance is offered 24 hours a day, seven days a week and most reviews find the live chat option requires little waiting time for a connection.

The “Help Center” can be found at the top of the 5Dimes home page. This section is excellent to answer most of your questions and queries without having to contact the support team.

The list of categories in the Help Center, which includes frequently asked questions, are:

  • Joining
  • Deposits, payouts & fees
  • Wagering
  • Login issues
  • Incentive & rewards
  • Privacy & security
  • Call centers
  • Miscellaneous

If you still can’t find the answer to your issue, the Live Help option for members is the quickest form of support.

It seems 5Dimes has a bonus or promotion for just about everything on this site. The company seems to pride itself on better odds and payouts for players.

The gaming site offers more than 1,000 wagering options every day, including lottery and bingo.

When you arrive in the sportsbook section, you will find betting lines on the following sports: football, baseball, basketball, hockey, soccer, cricket, golf, horse racing futures, motorsports, rugby, tennis, wrestling, boxing/MMA, darts, Olympics, snooker, eSports, and other sports.

The site also offers information tabs like sportsbook intro, sportsbook rules, wager types/payoffs, in-game betting, dynamic lines, and stats center.

Leagues based in the U.S. get the most attention in the sportsbook, especially since almost 88 per cent of its customers are Americans, but betting lines are offered on games and leagues from around the world.

The minimum bet in the sportsbook is another perk for new players. You can bet as low as 50 cents (five dimes) on some straight bets. For high rollers, the maximum bet is $5,000 for major sports, and players can re-bet multiple times.

Another feature is listed on overnight lines, where bettors can wager five cents on the money line until 8 a.m. the next day on Major League Baseball games. There are 10-cent run lines and 10-cent totals on MLB, which are available overnight and through game day right up to the first pitch of every regular season game.

The available bet types in the sportsbook is extensive: straight bets such as the money line, point spread, run line, puck line, over/under totals, prop bets, parlays and round-robins, teasers and pleasers, halftime betting, futures, live betting, and special wagers, such as if-bets, rolling if-bets, reverse bets, multi-chance parlays, multi-chance teasers, progressive pleasers, Asian handicaps, and action points.

The Racebook tab takes horse players to racetracks around the world, including the top tracks in the nation such as Belmont Park, Churchill Downs, and Santa Anita.

Wagering options on these races include: win, place, show, exacta, trifecta, superfecta, daily double, pick 3, and other exotic selections.

Horse players have two options on where to play at 5Dimes. They can choose the Rebate Racebook, where players earn nine per cent cash back on all of their horse wagers, or Plus 10% Racebook, where bettors can gain an additional 10 per cent on all their winnings.

Do you want to bet in real time? 5Dimes offers “In-Game Betting” in the sportsbook where members can wager on up-to-the-minute betting lines for live events in football, basketball, baseball, tennis, UFC, and more.

Also called in-play or in-running wagering, your welcome bonus cannot be used for live betting where the odds change with every goal, injury, timeout and simply a stoppage in play where momentum of the game has shifted.

To play, log into the sportsbook and click on “Straight & Rif” from the left-hand menu. Select the specific sport you want to wager on.

Players can also choose to receive a cash rebate on their live betting wagers through the Live Betting Ultra offer.

Whether it’s cash games, daily and weekly tournaments or freerolls, you will find it in a 5Dimes poker room.

The blue “Poker” tab is found at the top right of the home page. Within that category, members can learn the basics of the game, what promotions are offered, how to get started in the poker room, and all the details about 5Dimes daily tournaments and cash games.

The poker room also allows head-to-head competitions and highlights its monthly guaranteed tournaments.

While Caesars Palace has two separate casinos on its huge mega property, 5Dimes offers twice the fun of that iconic Las Vegas resort with four exciting game rooms for its members.

Click on the “Casino” tab at the top of the 5Dimes home page and get ready for some non-stop excitement in one of these rooms: Grand Casino, Jackpot Casino, Bonus Casino, and MatchPlay Casino.

  • • Grand Casino: 5Dimes calls this the grandest casino of all their offerings. It features more than 200 casino games with over 90 unique titles in slots, blackjack, baccarat, roulette, and craps.
  • • Jackpot Casino: This area “rewards your chance to win big” on more than 120 games of slots, video poker or keno.
  • • Bonus Casino: This platform offers your favorite games with some of the highest payouts online.
  • • MatchPlay Casino: These games are customized to your gaming experience. Single-deck blackjack is a crowd favorite.

Slot titles in the Grand Casino are powered by Real Time Gaming, while the games in the Jackpot Casino are powered by Betsoft.

  • Grand: 90 slot variations, plus 33 video poker games
  • Jackpot: 60 3D and 9 regular slots, plus 28 video poker games
  • Bonus: 14 slot names, plus 6 video poker titles
  • MatchPlay: No slot names, but a focus on blackjack, poker and video poker games

Players will find a true Vegas experience in the Live Dealer Casino at 5Dimes. There are variations on all the favorite table games such as blackjack, roulette, and baccarat.

The room is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Players should find the odds attractive as some games feature enhanced payouts.

Also, members should consider the live dealer rebate on games such as Blackjack No Hole Card, Blackjack Unlimited, Baccarat, Roulette, and Casino Hold’em. Every wager placed on these games qualifies for the rebate, which is added to your account after your game session ends.

Electronic sports, or eSports, has taken video gaming to new heights, with the popularity spilling over to sports betting.

Bettors can wager on the money line for matches or tournaments, choose from a number of prop bets, or take their wagering to another level with live betting as all the action unfolds in popular games like CounterStrike, Dota 2, League of Legends, and Rainbow Six Siege.

The betting limit on the money line is $500, although you can bet the limit unlimited times. The limit on prop bets is $250.

5Dimes Promotions

5Dimes is one of the best sites on the Internet for promotions, bonuses and contests. It gives you more bang for your buck in whatever gaming area you are placing your bets.

As always, read the conditions attached to each promotion before submitting the bonus code.

  • All Red 5-5-5-5 Bonus Casino Games
  • Mad Bonus Casino Promotion – up to a 100% Bonus
  • Bonus Baccarat Zero Mondays
  • Reversed Commission Pai Gow Tuesdays
  • Radical Roulette Wednesdays
  • 100x Craps on Thursdays
  • 2 to 1 Blackjack Blow-Out Fridays
  • Jackpot Casino Promos
  • Five Card Charlie Challenge in MatchPlay Casino

The gaming site does not offer a loyalty program, but there are multiple reload bonuses.

5Dimes Payment Methods

5Dimes only accepts transactions in U.S. currency and Bitcoin, whether it’s a bank transfer, credit card, online wallet, or cryptocurrency. The minimum and maximum amounts accepted depend on the payment method.

The company restricts players and new members from the U.K., France, Portugal, Hungary, Ukraine, Slovakia, Slovenia, Russia, and Costa Rica, but it accepts players from all U.S. states.

As always, if guests or members have a question or concern, it’s best to contact customer service through live chat or one of nine 1-800 numbers found on the home page.

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5Dimes Deposit Options

The easiest and quickest choice to fund your account with 5Dimes is through a credit card or cryptocurrency.

A $50 deposit is the minimum amount allowed on a credit card, while the maximum is $500.

A $25 deposit is the minimum amount allowed using cryptocurrency, while the maximum is $10,000.

Deposit methods include: Bitcoin, MasterCard, Visa, Person-to-Person, money order, wire transfer, cashier’s check, and sportsbook transfer.

5Dimes does not charge a fee for credit card deposits, with deposits available 24 hours a day. Person-to-person deposits can be made from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday with fees attached for $500 or less.

The funds are normally deposited into your account immediately.

5Dimes Withdrawal Options

There are some hefty fees attached to most withdrawal methods, but that seems to be common among most offshore online bookmakers.

The only way to get your money back free of charge is through cryptocurrency. All the other methods have a fee attached:

  • Cashier’s check: $40-$80
  • Money order: $80
  • Bank wire: $80
  • Person-to-Person: Variable, contact support team

All deposit and withdrawal methods and information are found on the “Fund Your Account” page at 5Dimes.

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Deposit and Payout

Reduced Transaction Fees

You can use the same bonuses for cryptocurrency that you could when depositing with cash. 5Dimes does not offer any Bitcoin-specific bonuses.

5Dimes does not currently accept in altcoins, such as Ehtereum, Litecoin, or Bitcoin Cash.

5Dimes processes deposits very quickly. Within 40 minutes of depositing, you will have your funds at your disposal to get going on your gambling!

If you exclusively use Bitcoins, there is no maximum to your withdrawals.

5Dimes does not charge any transaction fees for Bitcoin deposits over $25. Below that, they charge 5%.

Bitcoin withdrawals are free of charge.

If you’re looking for exciting bonuses, 5Dimes is your bookie!

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Reasons to Join 5Dimes Sportsbook

5Dimes casino and sportsbook is great place to wager for all sports but especially on baseball as they offer nickel lines on overnight action, even Bookmaker doesn’t offer this perk. 5 Dimes sports book also offers more props than any other online book on the market. Some of these included alternate NFL lines and totals. So if the Bears were -3 at all other books, 5Dimes would have a prop with the Bears at +3 all the way to the Bears -7 to give you a diverse betting line option. 5Dimes sportsbook will also not boot winners and offers super fast payouts. They also offer up to 20 point teasers on football and basketball sides, no other book comes close to this. If you are a serious player looking for another betting out, 5Dimes is great choice. Visit them through the banner below and collect your 50% signup bonus today!!

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Since the early September announcement, the only “official” word from 5Dimes came via a statement from Laura Varela, the widow of 5Dimes founder Sean “Tony” Creighton, who was kidnapped and killed in Costa Rica in 2018. Creighton’s relatives reportedly paid $1 million in ransom, though the kidnappers demanded $5 million. His body was found a year later.

Waiting for payouts and future plans

? Today’s the last day for US customers to request payouts.

Call 1-800-430-5896 or click Live Chat at https://t.co/SeDcMwAMmc. https://t.co/Geg8ays6kU

— 5Dimes (@5DimesSB) September 25, 2020

Some 5Dimes patrons took to Twitter to share frustrations over long wait times to get paid out. Withdrawal methods (some use Bitcoin) and experiences varied. A head’s-up thread on Reddit titled “Today is the last day to request 5Dimes payouts” also served as a forum for discussion about the sportsbook closing shop to the U.S., at least for now. Some had better experiences and provided advice for others situated similarly.

Here’s a small sampling:

Also, please be advised to stay away from any future dealings with a certain sports book that is closing. Let’s just say they are good at taking your money but they make you jump thru hoops to payout. Cheers

— rob pearson (@beniciarob) September 21, 2020

If anybody is waiting on 5dimes payouts, you HAVE to call 5dimes to confirm your payout. Your request will stay pending forever until you call. Good news is that when I did call, I confirmed all my information quickly and the call lasted less than 5 minutes.

— John Martian MMA (@UFO_UFC) September 28, 2020

Since the early September announcement, the only “official” word from 5Dimes came via a statement from Laura Varela, the widow of 5Dimes founder Sean “Tony” Creighton, who was kidnapped and killed in Costa Rica in 2018. Creighton’s relatives reportedly paid $1 million in ransom, though the kidnappers demanded $5 million. His body was found a year later.

“But there are definitely some positive surprises in store for you,” Varela wrote. “I am working with experts and consultants to make sure that the brand that you have come to love is well represented in the regulated US market.”

5Dimes sportsbook offers excellent and reliable deposit options bettors can use to fund their sportsbook account. They have over 20 year’s experience in helping customers transfer money into their accounts. The deposit methods offered include credit cards, player to player Transfers, however the best option for 5dimes deposits is definitively Bitcoin. If you feel uncertain about any of the methods, like bitcoin or need more clarification on them, you can contact the 5Dimes customer support via live chat. Note that some of the funding methods may not be available to residents of certain countries.


The withdrawal options bettors can use to cash out their winnings from 5Dime’s Sportsbook include Bitcoin or Courier Check or sportsbook transfer. Cash-outs via bitcoin usually are paid out within 48 hours and other methods are usually received in less than a week. There are minimum and maximum withdrawal amount limits that vary depending on the withdrawal method. There may be alternate methods depending on your locale; Contact live chat for the current list.

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