Spotting a Rogue Online Casino - Staying Away from Rogues

Discussion in 'General Info about Internet Casinos' started by Marina, Dec 9, 2012.

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  1. Marina

    Marina Administrator Staff Member

    Playing online today can be exciting, relaxing and above all profitable if you play and win at the right online casinos. Over the past decade or so there have been a number of online casinos opening their doors
    and welcoming players all around the world, sadly though there are more rogue casinos than good casinos today and it’s the players responsibility to find the casinos that are worth their time and money.
    It’s not always an easy job finding a good casino and harder to spot the rogues, however; with a few simple steps you will find it easier to stay away from shady outfits and evil casino operators.

    For more seasoned players, the rogue will stick out right away; it’s the newer players that the bad casinos trap into their web of lies. Rogue casinos seem just like every other outfit,
    their bonuses sound good, they promise fast pay-outs, they will pretty much tell you everything you want to hear until it’s time for them to pay you your winnings, that’s when the hassle begins.
    Taking a few precautions will save players time, money and a headache when it comes to avoiding a rogue.

    The first sign of a rogue casino is usually their name. If you find a casino and their name sounds like something a first grader pulled out of a hat then it’s a safe bet to stay away and to keep your distance.
    This is not a golden rule but if it sounds ridiculous when you say it, their name is probably the least of your worries. Also, a quick web search of the casino name will let you know what’s really going on with other
    players across message boards and other online gaming portals. Take a few moments to get involved in a discussion and don’t be afraid to post questions about the casino you are researching.

    Another sign of a rogue is their web-site. If their web-site is cheesy there is a good chance everything else about them stinks too. Again, rogues have become better with their disguises so
    this is not the only way you should judge the casino operation, but if it looks shady then it is probably best to stay away.

    The licensing information is important. Making sure any online casino you will be depositing your hard earned money into has a great licensing body behind it is not only smart, it’s common sense.
    If you can’t find their licensing information on their web-site then check with support. If they still can’t tell you about their license or refer you to contact management, it’s a pretty good sign
    that you should find somewhere else to deposit your cash.

    A good licensing jurisdiction in important for a few reasons, the most important being the fact you will have some kind of middle man should any unsatisfactory issues emerge.
    Also, take note that all reputable casinos will have their licensing information readily available at all times both on their site or on support.

    Last but not least, if they are offering you bonus offers that are too good to be true then they probably are just trying to lure you into their bonus traps. Not many reputable casinos will find the
    need to provide huge bonuses to keep their client base strong. The more undesirable casinos, however, will do whatever it takes to keep you playing there; for example a 500% bonus on all deposits
    with no play through is NOT something you would find at ta GOOD online casino like 32Red or other reputable establishments, however you will find offers like those daily at rogue operations.

    Bonus traps, crappy customer service, bad reputations and slow or no pay are all reasons to stay away. Also, remember that rogue casinos usually operate in groups so it’s best to do your homework before
    you play to ensure the best possible experience. Rogue casinos are sneaky and they aren’t always obvious. Also, there are a few good casinos which have gone bad in the recent past so it’s best to just
    stick with the solid casinos and to always do your due diligence as a player.
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2012
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