Safety and security are valid concerns for any player. After all, you’re gambling for real cash on the internet. Luckily legitimately licensed establishments, be it an online casino or a mobile casino, has to have and operate within a certain framework to ensure player safety. When it comes to enjoying this type of online entertainment, the two most important things are the protection of your personal details and the protection of your bank account details.
Protecting Your Info
Our New Zealand online casinos employ stringent practices to protect your details and info. Card details are kept safe through designated fraud and risk departments. These departments are tasked with implementing control measures to make sure that confidentiality is maintained when you’re entering your card or banking details. Also, in order to make any transactions at our casinos, you will need to log in with your casino credentials. Records of all transactions are kept on the stsyem and these can be reviewed by you.
Accreditation plays a big part in player protection. With the backing of the right organisation, a casino can be deemed safe and fair. These organisations need to specialise in casinos and need to be completely separate from the casinos. There a few out there; the UK has the Gambling Commission for instance. Many of the online casinos we endorse, not all, but a large faction are regulated by eCOGRA (eCommerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance) and are licensed in Malta. Casinos that have this company’s seal are practicing: • Fair game play • Issuing prompt payouts • Providing good player service • Responsible casino conduct
Fair Game Play
It’s important to feel at ease when in an online casino environment. The last thing you want to know is that there is something underhanded taking place. For the casinos that we recommend to our New Zealand players, special card-shuffling and randomisation practices are employed. This means that each time you make a bet, the game relies on a Random Number Generator to produce a complete and utter random outcome, based on a mathematical algorithm that employs hundreds of thousands of numbers. Prediction is impossible. External auditing of these processes must be carried out on a regular basis.
Safe gaming isn’t just about you, it’s also about vigilance and ensuring the fact that no one else, such as your children, gains access to your casino account. If this happens, it could lead to a loss of money and not by your direct doing. To safeguard against this kind of thing, follow, adhere to or abide by these rules: • Never leave your PC or phone unattended while your casino software is running • Password-protect your casino software or your PC, or phone • Simply refrain from allowing people under the age of 18 from gambling • Keep all your information safe – your account number as well credit card details • Refrain from saving anything password related to your gambling activities on your PC or phone • Always be aware of how much time your children spend online, going so far as to set limits for them