Online casinos put much value on digital safety and privacy of their client personal data. But despite persistent hacker attacks, client data mostly remain intact.
It must be said that not every online casino requires its future clients to provide copies of passport and document confirming their residential address. Furthermore, very few players are asked to make a photo of their payment card’s front side.
During registration process, you need to enter your first and last name, email address, and postal address. Even if swindlers get access to this information, they’ll hardly find it useful for their wicked purposes.
Money transfers to online casino are performed via protected connection. From the casino website, user is redirected to the website of their preferred payment system. This website is reliably protected, and you can enter your banking data without any worries.
There is no chance that your money will be transferred to the wrong recipient. Protected connection secures safety of your transaction.
Online casinos use SSL encryption to protect their clients’ personal data. Bank cards, credit cards, e-wallets, and transactions are all securely protected.
Irresponsible player, who does not care about their money and information safety, brings to naught all security measures taken by online casino.
Make sure to install anti-virus software and firewall to your computer. Do not share your pin codes or payment system passwords with anyone. Unless you want to find yourself the next victim of identity theft, don't leave anything to chance. You personal data privacy must be your primary concern.
Many online casinos give their clients an opportunity to make a deposit on a pre-paid basis. To credit your casino account, you need to buy a pre-paid card and enter a code on casino website. This method does not require you to enter any of your financial information. Except for the information you provided during registration, though.