Frequently Asked Questions
Swifty Predictions is a fast paced micro betting swipe card application where users can make predictions on their favorite sporting leagues.
Swifty Predictions is not currently available for the public. We are going through our final testing while we wait for our first gambling license to be issued.
Cards will be automatically shown to you, by swiping right you will place the bet. By swiping left you will discard the bet card.
Before swiping the cards, you can select the amount you wish to bet using the bottom right currency button. Pre-set amounts are created by default but these amounts can be edited to make the bets larger or smaller.
At the moment the maximum limit for any bet is equivalent to 20 USD.
The bet history can be found under Prediction History under your account.
We support odds format in the standard formats found by most operators; Decimal, Fractions and American Moneyline. Swifty has also created a new format called "Give it to me straight", this is where you can see the currency amount that you will get back based on the staked amount.
We accept a number of payment options that range from country to country. Payment options available include, debit cards, cash vouchers and alternative payment options i.e. wallets.
We accept deposits from 10 USD / Euros to 500 USD / Euros.
You are able to withdraw your availble balance at any time. Due to AML laws, if a user deposits and then trys to withdraw without placing any bets then their account will be suspended.
This depends on your chosen withdrawal method. Bank transfers and debit cards take between 2-5 working days depending on your bank, and ewallets are instant.
You can see the transaction history for your account for a period up to 30 days. If you need a period beyond 30 days please contact our customer services team.
We support all the major European and American sports and leagues. If we don't have your league, drop us a message and we will do our best to support it.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org using your registered email address and the nature of your complaint. If you are unhappy about the outcome of your complaint you may contact your local regulator/arbitrator.