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How to Find Reputable and Safe Online Casino Sites?

Discussion in 'General Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Dec 2, 2019.

By GaryOPA on Dec 2, 2019 at 12:35 PM
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    If you have been a gaming enthusiast for a while, it is not surprising to find out that many casinos shut down every year. There are a myriad of reasons why this happens, but people who are at the end of the stick are the gamblers who deposited their money and never got it back.


    As such, it is important to find the best online casino for money, as this guarantees that your investment is protected. You have the assurance that the online casino will still be there the following morning that you login.

    Today, you will learn several tips how to find a safe and reputable online gaming establishment. Use these tips to make the right decisions before signing up for an account and completing a deposit.

    Review the License

    The first thing you need to find out is if the casino is operating under legal control. What this simply means is that you have to find out if the casino even has a license. While there may be hundreds of accreditation organizations, there are only a few that are globally recognized as authorities in gambling.

    Examples of these are:
    • UK Gambling Commission
    • Malta Gaming Authority
    • Curacao eGaming
    There are others, but these are the most common authorities. If a casino does not have the logo of any gambling authority, then it must be operating without a license. If it does have a logo, the next step is to go to the gambling authority’s website, and search if it is operating legally.

    Review the Reviews

    There are thousands of review websites in the world. Many of these are crowd favourites, and the owners of these websites have done the job of investigating the casinos that they are reviewing. Along with the reviews, there are feedback from consumers.

    The problem with review websites is that they can be biased so use your discretion carefully. Read lots of review entries, and if you have observed that it is always positive, then it must be a fake review website. In many cases, these so-called review websites are nothing more than affiliate marketers trying to convince you to sign-up.

    Next, read the actual experiences of the players. Read between the lines, read the comments, and try to make sense of both the positive and negative reviews. Consider the number of reviews, too. Five positive reviews is not as trustworthy as thousands of reviews.

    Check the Casino’s History

    Surely, the casino has an About Us page. This says a lot about who legally owns it, who operates it, where the head office is, and if it has sister companies. Once you have this information, it is time to do your detective work.

    You can use Wikipedia to find out more about the company, or you can check if the casino is a publicly-traded company. If it is, then you must be happy as it is not going away soon. Always remember that a publicly-traded company is a company that has a lot of money, and that it is operating legally.

    If a casino website does not have an About Us page, then its integrity is questionable. Any online business, especially those that take the money of consumers, must disclose who owns them.

    All casinos present themselves in such a way that they look credible. However, even con artists do this. It is your responsibility to do your assignment. After all, it is your money. Make sure that you do the three steps laid down earlier before you sign up. Do not get lured by tempting offers. Always read reviews and validate the casino’s identity. Spend some time on research, and you will not be sorry for it.


Discussion in 'General Gaming News' started by GaryOPA, Dec 2, 2019.

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