So you want to join an online casino but you are not sure which one to go for right? This post isn’t about making you choose one casino site over the other, it is just about making sure you the one you choose is a legitimate website…
10 – HTTPS
These days, any website that involves user input of any kind from the visitor must be HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) what this essentially means is the site is pretty safe against being hacked and you having your data stolen.
9 – Deposit Options
Make sure the site you are about to use accepts the deposit method you require. There is nothing worse than signing up to a casino site, getting a load of coupons and discounts then realising you can’t make a deposit because the site doesn;t take your type of bank card or accept Paypal.
8 – Balance Transfer
It’s all very well making sure the site accepts your payments, but what options does it have for cashing out? Some sites can be devious like this and will only accept certain bank accounts.
7 – Take a Break Options
Sometimes you can feel that you are losing control of your gambling habits and it can be best to take a break from it for a few months. Does the site you are about to use have those options? If you can’t find them then ask, or just don’t use that site.
6 – Contact Details
How can you get in touch with the site owners? Live chat? Email or phone? If it’s not all of those things then its best to not use that site.
5 – The Games you Like
This goes without saying, but do make sure it has the games you want to play. Its all very well having some good coupons and deposit bonus vouchers, but without your favourite slots and card games, they will be all but pointless.
4 – Certificates of Approval
It doesn’t take more than a few seconds to scroll down to the footer of the home page and check if there are Certificates of Approval like VISA and the Gambling commissions. These little images often mean the site has your best interests at heart and are often bound by law.
3 – Little Extras
Does this site really have good deals on deposits and free-spin tokens? If you can’t find any, why not just sign up anyway and see if anything nice comes through your E-Mail inbox.
2 – Negative Feedback
While it might take some time to do this, it is worth checking what sort of negative feedback people has given the site. Its all well and good looking at the positive ones, but one piece of negative feedback might relate to something you have an issue with and will save you the hassle of signing up.
1 – Last Update
How often does the site get new games to play or a new banner on the front page? If that image is still of a Christmas coupon and its the middle of July, you need to avoid it because a lack of updates means a lack of care in who is visiting it.