Many casinos have absolutely no problem making it very easy for you to out money into their properties for the purposes of opening up an account. That is good news for THEM. What is bad news is when you want to take your money out, and that is why you have to be careful about how that is going to happen for your benefit.
Sure, any casino would love to have your money, because, after all, even though you have an account established and can access that money for the purposes of playing the games that casino has to offer, that money is still in the possession of the casino until you get it back in YOUR possession. That is not a negative commentary on casinos in general; it is just a fact of life when you are playing in this space.
When you deposit money into a casino account, things have a tendency to happen at lightning speed, because they certainly don't want to have any unnecessary delays in having those funds. When you have played for any length of time and are looking to take some of money out, or even closing that account up, things will have a way of moving a tad slower. This is the case almost across the board when it comes to the online casino business. That is why you want to take a look at the policies that exist in the online casinos you are evaluating during your "shopping" period.
Let's just give you a few examples. A casino may have a policy by which it may take a certain period of time for you to receive your money, regardless of what amount that withdrawal is. This time varies, although we are certainly happy to report that the casinos, recognizing that customers have at times expressed some unhappiness about this, have gotten into a competitive mode with each other, with the understanding that it might actually be a selling point. Indeed it is. So do not be surprised if you see phrases like "lightning-fast withdrawals" as part of the advertising for an online casino. No matter how fast that process is, a withdrawal will usually have a money limit on it; for instance, you might be able to take out a specified amount of money during any 24-hour period.
If you get lucky, you could probably get into a situation where you can get your money out of the casino the same way it was put in. Usually this means getting it placed into your e-wallet or bank account, although sometimes it can be shifted back to a credit card, though this is rare. Generally, there are just a couple of withdrawal methods available, and one of those is to have a check written to you. So it is definitely worth investigating.