Selecting The Right Online Casino
Ah, online casino selection. Now there’s a potential pain in the butt. It was one thing to select an online casino back in the late 90s, but today there are loads of online casinos and more seem to pop up daily. I’ve got three solid tips to help you stay safe and have fun by selecting that perfect online casino for you. Following these few quick tips can save you a world of hurt. Ready? Okay, let’s jump right into it.
Selection Tip One
It starts with credibility. We want to find trustworthy online casinos. After all, if they are not trustworthy, then nothing else matters. This can be a bit tricky. I mean no online casino is going to tell you they aren’t trustworthy on the front page. But, we can simplify this task. My favorite thing to do is visit Google-and I’ll follow this up with MSN and Yahoo too. If you use the plus sign, you can single out pages that contain all of your search words. So, if we pair the online casinos name (or domain name) with hot words, such as scam, illegal, arrested, rip off and so forth. Here’s a search example: Casino+name+scam Domain.com+scam
Selection Tip Two
So, we’ve done the searching and didn’t find anything too alarming. It’s now time to progress to step two-bonuses. There is absolutely no reason to play at an online casino that doesn’t offer generous bonuses. That would be like going to a grocery store that just sold canned peas. Why? Going back to the search engines, we can type in things like “casino+name+bonus.” It’s rare, but sometimes affiliates offer bonus items for joining through them-poker comes to mind. Once you’ve found a potentially trustworthy online casino with great deposit bonuses, contests and so forth, it’s time to complete the process.
Selection Tip Three
Take a look at the deposit methods for the online casino you’re interested in. Do they offer tons of choices? If all they offer is Western Union and checking account deposits, run away. Any solid online casino will offer multiple options and they should include 3rd party deposits too. I recommend using a 3rd party system if you plan on playing at multiple online casinos, because you want to limit how much of your financial data is out there. In the end, spending minutes to an hour of research can save you heartache and money loss. When in doubt, look for the biggest names. Sometimes they don’t offer the best bonuses, but at least you know that your money is safe and that you’ll be paid.