How to Deposit/Withdraw Your Cash With Fortebet’s New System

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Fortebet has further made its services better and simple after introducing Mobile Money Cash Out. With this new system, Fortebet customers no-longer have to walk to a centre to withdraw their winnings because they can now directly transfer their funds on their Fortebet (www.fortebet.ug) accounts to their mobile money accounts.

Talking about this new system, John Nanyumba, the company Media Manager said, “If you place your ticket via www.fortebet.ug and it wins, you can now access your winnings even if you are in your sitting room. Anywhere, any time, you can cash out your winnings.”

He added, “We have done this in response to our customers’ request because virtually everyone wanted Fortebet to introduce this system, and now here it is. So, you can withdrawal your money even if you are in the deepest villages as long as you have a mobile money agent next you.”

Nanyumba noted that this system will for the start be available to MTN Mobile Money and Airtel Money subscribers. However, it will be available to other network subscribers because this is only the start.

“If you do not have an account with Fortebet, visit www.fortebet.ug and register now to benefit from this new offer,”.

Steps To Deposit

  1. First Register  or Login.
  2. Click on Deposit/Withdraws button on the upper right corner.
  3. Scroll to Deposits section.
  4. Choose Deposit via mobile phone.
  5.  Enter your phone number and amount to deposit.
  6. Click deposit.
  7. Enter mobile money pin on your phone to approve deposit.

Steps to Withdraw

  1. First Register  or Login.
  2. Click on Deposit/Withdraw button on the upper right corner.
  3. Scroll to Withdrawals section.
  4. Choose Cash out via mobile phone.
  5.  Enter amount to withdraw.
  6. Click withdraw.

Withdraw/Deposit Your Fortebet Cash Here

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