DOs and DON’Ts of Online Gambling
There are some important things you need to keep in mind even before you play at an online casino. Follow the steps in our Dos and Don’ts of gambling online to make sure that you are ready to play.
Do – Research the casino you want to place a bet.
Do – Learn if the casino a member of an independent industry association?
Do – Make sure that the contact information for the casino is accurate and easily accessible. There should be an e-mail address and phone number posted in an obvious location on their website. If the response time is as prompt, you can be reasonably secure in knowing that you’ll receive your winnings promptly.
Do – Question the company’s location.
Do – Be suspicious of anything that sounds too good too be true. If bonuses are better than the payout of the site, the casino may have financial problems and may not pay you your winnings.
Do – Read all the information the casino offers. You should understand the company’s policies before you gamble with them.
Do – Request copies of your gaming history if necessary. If there is ever a discrepancy between player and dealer, the casino should be able to produce an audit of the transaction. Audits are usually controlled by a third-party firm such as Price Waterhouse Cooper’s.
Do – Find out if it is government-licensed casino.
Do – Ask who manages casino’s finances. If they offer a simple process to sending and receiving money, the casino has chosen a reputable financial company. Do the research, otherwise, you risk not getting paid should you cash out in the black.
Do – Call the customer support 24-hour phone number. Whether it is a technical or financial problem, you will receive guidance almost instantly at the better online casinos.
Don’t – Drink while you are playing. There is a reason why alcohol is referred to as chip remover and why many land-based casinos ply you with free drinks. Alcohol impairs your judgment, and can result in dumb wagers.
Don’t – Place wagers at an online casinos if you are under the age of 18. It is illegal.
Don’t – Accept rude customer service. There are a lot of good people working in the industry and if they don’t care enough to be polite, there is another casino that is happy to have your business.
Don’t – Panic if the game you are playing freezes. You are connecting through the Internet and unexpected things can happen. If you do experience problems, they can likely be fixed by reconnecting, rebooting or reading the casino’s FAQ page.
Don’t – Try to commit fraud. Most casinos have sophisticated back-end programs and encrypted software to verify transactions.
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