Safety and Security When Gambling Online
Date Added: November 2, 2014
When playing at any of our featured New Zealand online casinos such as Royal Vegas Casino, Spin Palace Casino, Casino-Mate, Omni Casino, Jackpot City Casino, Red Flush Casino, Crazy Vegas Casino, Mansion Casino, Ruby Fortune Casino or Casino.com, you can always rest assured that you are playing in a perfectly secure environment which is protected by the very latest 128bit Secure Socket Layer encryption technology.
This means that your funds are always in safe hands and that the casino will never share any of your personal details with a third party. Our highly recommended NZ online casinos are all licensed in reputable jurisdictions and they are all monitored by reputable online casino testing agencies (either TST or eCOGRA). This unparalleled safety cannot be guaranteed when playing in an unlicensed online casino and this is something that we would never recommend doing.
Whenever you try to contact the support at any of our casinos, they will probably ask you for your email address, your full name, your account number and perhaps the answer to your security question. This is just to make sure they are chatting with the right person. Also, some of the correspondence that you receive from the casino may naturally end up in your spam folder or junk folder, but this will be because of the content inside the email. As soon as you have saved the address to your ‘safe sender’s’ list, any emails from your favourite casino should always then arrive in your inbox. These emails will be safe to read and the links (if the email contains any links) should also be safe to follow.
If you do want to start playing in the real cash mode at any of our top-rated online casinos, you need to be prepared to provide the casino with any information that they require. For example, you can only complete the verification process when you have sent the casinos’ verification department a recent copy of your valid passport (must be a colour copy), as well as a recent copy of a gas/electric bill, perhaps a copy of your bank statement and possibly one or two other similar documents (completing the verification process will enable you to freely deposit & withdraw as and when you please).
The reason that you have to send in this information is to prove that you are who you say you are, it prevents multiple accounts from being opened and it also prevents fraudulent activities and underage gambling. Remember to have this information when signing up to any of your NZ online casinos.