Record keeping is taken very seriously in every online casino you visit. Talking about records of the game or any financial transactions made, records are meticulously kept. While the details may differ from casino to casino, the fact is that meticulous records are kept.
Often times, you find out that a record of virtually every move made by a player in every game is kept. Let’s take for instance, a slot game. In online slots, some of the following records that may be kept include: the name of the game, the number, amount and denomination of the coins staked, payout made and pay lines chosen as well the results achieved. And each time the player span the game, these records are kept as well as the number of spins. This is the way each and every game is recorded. Certain records may differ depending on the nature of the game. In addition, financial transactions are also recorded, how much was deposited, how much was withdrawn and when both of these were made. Even the purpose of any financial transactions are recorded.
The reason for this meticulous records keeping is to bring an atmosphere of confidence. And this is done in 2 ways.
Because these records are accessible, it’s a proof that the casino is transparent and is not into anything shady. If there's anything being disputed, these records are available to the player who can check out what happened. Say for instance, the casino is saying the player didn’t meet the staking requirement, the player can access his financial history and see for himself. And if the player still feels he's right enough take it to a settlement process, he/she can rest easy knowing the full records he has access to can also be accessed by the settling authority.
The other benefit of detailed record keeping is that the player with the information gleaned from the records can actually make hopefully better decisions. A player who finds himself in a particular situation in roulette can recall in a moment of de javu being in the same state a month ago, he can't recall however what he did back then.