Stay safe with online casinos
Most Singaporean online casinos offer the safety that you are looking for. You need to check the security and privacy reports at each online casino that you visit. To ensure your protection, the security and privacy reports will inform you as to what the company does with the personal information that it collects. After determining what a company uses the information for you will than need to check to see if the company is collecting your information with a secured site. Many companies use a third party company to collect information. Knowing how long an online casino has been in business really tells the reputation of the company. If a company were out to deceive you they really wouldn’t be around for any length of time.
Read online casinos reviews and complaints
Each online casino will have a message board upon which other players will post their experiences. A red flag should go up if you see several complaints all of the same nature that usually signals that there is a problem with this casino. Be advised that one single complaint could be an annoyed player. For more information check the Casino Blacklist page.
Credit cards in online casinos
For the most part using your credit card online is completely safe when it comes to online casinos in Singapore. The credit card information usually goes to a credit card processor and is rarely ever seen by the casino. Check out our How to pay page for additional information.
Secure web and browser technologies
The best software existing in the business industry and among the best software available for your secure business transactions is secure server software. This software encrypts information as it travels over the Internet making your personal information unreadable such as your name, credit card number and address. You have more of a chance for your name and credit card information to get out by using it in stores or restaurants.
When the URL, which is the Internet address that is displayed at the top of your browser, changes from ‘http’ to ‘https’ this usually means that you are going from a non-secure area to a secure site. A solid blue line may also appear in the browser.