Yes! You always have to sign up and give your details. Good advise: always use your own, correct details. Why? Because it is your intention to earn some money. When you ever want to withdraw your cash, your personal information is checked and you must proof 'who is who'! We explain the procedure in the following paragraph.
Furthermore: each casino reserves the right to request proof of residence and identity before processing any transactions! When you read the Terms & Conditions of (all) casinos, this sentence is included: Players certify that they have provided accurate, complete and true information about themselves upon registration. Players will maintain the accuracy of their information by promptly updating any registration information that may have changed. Failure to do so may result in account closure, account limitations or voiding of any transactions (bonus, winnings).
A 'No-deposit'-required bonus: as the name says = basically a player receives a bonus amount of cash COMPLETELY FREE, with NO prior deposit required. In other words: just sign up and you grab the free money.
Go to the 'Cashier' section of the casino's lobby. From the Cashier request a withdrawal. The deposit method you choose, determines how your money will arrive. Deposited using a credit card? Withdrawals cannot be paid back to a credit card. But in general: whenever possible your winnings will be sent to you by the method you prefer. Some methods may require you to have an account with them.
The usual time to process a withdrawals is 0 – 15 business days. Payouts paid by check/cheque are usually sent just twice a month. Of course, this information depends on the casino! Oh, and also this: in the event that you win over $5,000, special arrangements must be made for cash withdrawals!
No! All transactions are strictly confidential. In other words: winnings are never reported to any government agency or other tax agency. Players themselves are responsible for making any required reports of winnings or losses to their local taxation jurisdiction.