Some of our visitors have experienced difficulties when trying to make a credit card deposit at an online casino.
This is due to a recent clampdown on financial transactions involving online gambling. If you are having trouble buying casino chips, we recommend you use NETeller to make a purchase – it’s free and easy to sign up.
It’s still possible to use major credit cards at most online casinos. Most casinos accept VISA, MasterCard, and some accept Diners Club International.
Submitting credit card details to an online casino is a source of concern to many.
Let us reassure you by saying that we’ve now played at over 100 online casinos, and have never experienced fraud of any kind.
We have once or twice experienced a delay in our credit card reimbursements, but this was due to processing errors or circumstances out of the casino’s control.
The majority of online casinos use 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Digital Encryption to protect the details of your credit card transactions. This is the Internet security standard for online transactions as demanded by major financial institutions. This ensures your personal information is completely safe, as it is rendered into a format that is unreadable to outside sources.
You still need to use your common sense, however – do not disclose the password or username of your casino account to anyone else, and NEVER reveal the credit card pin code to anyone. If you behave in a sensible manner, you will – in most cases – not be held liable for any losses incurred due to credit card fraud.
If you still feel insecure about using your credit card at an online casino, we recommend you look at some of the alternative payment methods available. NETeller is a good alternative and is used by almost all online casinos. If you use NETeller, your credit card information will be kept private from the online casino.
Check the casino’s website for more information on other ways of making deposits.