Online Casino FAQ's
Before you even start to think about gambling there are a few questions that you should ask yourself. On this page we have listed all the questions we have asked ourselves before deciding to gamble and where. Some of the questions may not relate to you but we can guarantee that should ask yourself at least six of them before playing at any of the online casinos we are promoting.
1) Why do I want to gamble?
A good question and one that has numerous answers. The most popular answer is the most obvious one. You want to win money. Winning money is fine BUT it should never be looked upon as a source of income, it does NOT work. You will not always win money, in fact online casinos have been created as a business and as a business they make money. The longer you play, the more often you play, the more you will lose.
Boredom is another good answer. It can be boring having to watch the same old tv programs every night and you may wish to have a flutter whilst the wife is watching Coronation street - why not? As long as you are sensible then many online casinos can be highly entertaining. You can even play the majority of casinos for free without the need to deposit.
2) Can I afford to gamble?
If you already passed question 1 then this one will really hit home. Being able to afford to gamble means can you afford to lose what you have deposited. If you cannot afford to lose the money staked you should stay well clear and visit a different site to this one. Affordability means that if you lose, will you be able to pay your electricity bill? Will you be able to pay for food? Will you be able to use the phone? Again, if you believe it may effect any of those "very important" items of life then you need to leave the site now. Depending on your earnings, you may well be able to lose money on a regular basis, whilst we do not condone this we do believe that it takes a mature adult and possible family input to make the decision together.
3) Am I allowed to gamble?
Maybe, it all depends on your age. In the UK the age of which you are legally allowed to gamble is 18. In some countries it is 21 so be sure to check your local laws before depositing. A while ago there was a case of a player who won a very big amount but was refused payment because they were under 18.
4) What is the most I can win?
Some online slot machines have progressive jackpots which can be up there in the millions of pounds however you should first ask yourself how much you could lose, that is a question I could never answer. Players have lost money, partners and lives through gambling, bare that in mind.
5) What can I gamble my money on?
Just about anything and everything these days, you name it there is probably a way of betting on the outcome be it the World Cup football or whether the next number that pops up will be bigger than the previous number.
6) Will my money be safe when deposited at the casino?
There are "rogue casinos" that look to take and not give back, fortunately the online casinos reviewed here are very reputable and there should never be any monetary issues with any of them. Should you be concerned regarding any deposit at an online casino listed here then please contact their support, believe it or not they do want you to be happy, they don't just want your money.
7) I won't have money till next week, can I practice?
Definately. In fact all decent online casinos will have a free play section where you are given a certain amount of credits to try your luck and see what the casino is like. We recommend this to everyone. A bit like trying on the shirt to see if it fits before paying for it.
8) Why do casinos offer all these bonuses?
Bonuses at online casinos are very much like the offers you see in your local shop, they are there to tempt you to purchase the product. Whether you decide to jump on board is up to you. Some casino bonuses carry certain terms and conditions and it is very important that you are familiar with them before deciding to sign up for these bonuses. Whilst available we always recommend you deposit what you can play with and leave it at that. That way you know exactly how much money you have in your account and how much is left.
9) How long does it take to join up?
It takes as long as it takes. If you want to rush into things then it is likely you will make a mistake that may come back to haunt you. Simply take your time, fill out the necessary questions, complete the download, make the deposit if you wish and play. Patience is a big part where online gambling is concerned and the sign up process is a good start at getting it right.
10) OK, I want to join, now what?
Now you go and read the reviews that we have written after playing ourselves. Go through them one by one. They are all highly reputable but there may be one that will suit you more than the others. All our online casinos accept players from the UK and you can use numerous payment methods such as Debot/Credit card, Neteller, Moneybookers, Paypal and Bank Transfer amongst others.
We wish you all the best of luck. Have fun, think clever and don't spend too much time on them!