How To Delete Singapore Pools Account

Singapore Pools is the only legal lottery operator in Singapore. It was established on 23 May 1968 to control widespread illegal gambling in the country.

There could be many reasons why someone would want to delete their Singapore Pools account. Maybe they no longer live in Singapore and so can’t use the service. Or, they could simply be fed up with gambling and want to quit. Whatever the reason, deleting an account with Singapore Pools is easy to do.

Singapore Pools Account : The Permanently Deleting Process

1. Log in to your Singapore Pools account.

2. Click on the “My Profile” tab.

3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the “Delete Account” link.

4. Enter your password to confirm that you want to delete your account.

5. Click on the “Delete Account” button.

Here Are Some Answers to Frequently Asked Questions:

1. How do I open a Singapore Pools account?

You can open a Singapore Pools account online or at any of our outlets. To open an account online, you will need to provide your NRIC, contact information and bank account details.

2. How do I place a bet?

There are two ways to place a bet with Singapore Pools – online or at our outlets.

To place a bet online, you will need to log in to your account and select the type of bet you wish to place. You will then need to choose your numbers and submit your bet.

To place a bet at our outlets, you can either fill in a bet slip and hand it to our staff, or use our self-help betting terminals.

3. What is the minimum bet amount?

The minimum bet amount for Sports Betting is $2, whilst the minimum bet amount for Singapore Pools 4D is $1.

4. How do I know if I have won?

For Sports Betting, you will be able to view your bet status and bet history in your account. If your bet is successful, the winnings will be credited to your account balance.

For Singapore Pools 4D, you can check the results online or at our outlets. You can also sign up for our SMS results service to receive results directly to your mobile phone.

5. What is the payout limit?

The maximum payout for Sports Betting is $500,000 per bet slip. For Singapore Pools 4D, the maximum payout is $1 million per draw.

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