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How to Arm Yourself against Scam Casinos: An Expert's Guide

Polish players have recently started to become accepted in the online casino scene. Thanks to the monopoly of casino gambling and the necessary fulfillment of the legal framework in Poland, this has taken longer than expected. However, over the years, some casinos have shown us that they cannot be trusted with our money.

Mr. Rabszski, a household name among Polish gamblers, has come up with a technique to spot a casino that you should run away from. Let's see how and why.

Problematic Case Studies

These aren't individual case studies, as they contain multiple cases amongst them. However, they are still worth mentioning. This is to give readers an idea of how casinos cheat players and swindle them out of money.

Rigged RNG

During the late 1980s and the early 1990s, many casinos used loaded dice sets to tip the scales to their advantage. Players often found themselves on the losing end of tabletop casino games. In this day and age, with the use of online casinos on the rise, some software has been rigged under the guise of random number generators. Instead of generating the numbers in an erratically random order, the developers have coded them to roll above or below a certain number, depending on the circumstances.

Deceiving Dealers

After some digging around in Quora, I came across a post that complained about online casinos that cheat. While playing Caribbean poker online, the 5 card hand dealt contained a pair of kings, a club, and a spade. When the dealer showed his cards, players saw he had a king of spades, which is impossible with only 52 cards. After losing the game, a screenshot was sent in the form of a complaint, and the casino denied any form of cheating. Only when threats to go public were involved did they offer £1,000 in exchange for the player keeping quiet.

Roulette Reds

Another player complained on Quora about the odds in roulette http://topkasynoonline.com/ruletka/. The online table has nine reds in a row, and when the player bet on red, it landed on black. Once is a chance, twice is a coincidence, and the third time is a pattern – a pattern of rigged software that sends a blizzard of odds in one direction until they're bet on.

The Case of Missing Websites

Reddit is filled with complaints regarding casino sites that have vanished overnight, without a trace or warning. Many players lost their deposits, rewards, and progress. When investigated, these casinos came up short on their license numbers and owner registration details. This is a huge red flag that people only notice once they lose everything.

Casinos That Don't Pay

Online casinos have been known to be stingy with their payments. Delayed payment is still better than a case when a casino doesn't pay up at all. Casinos that do this cut off all access to your account details and refuse payments.

Bonus Affairs

When casinos provide great bonuses, players tend to get over-excited and avoid reading the fine print. A Reddit user complained about the wagering requirements that weren't mentioned until they tried to cash out. A pop-up window let them know that they couldn’t cash out their rewards until certain criteria were fulfilled and these involved spending more money.

What Can We Do?

I've mentioned what needs to be done to stay safe, but this time, I've upped the ante and come up with a system. Bear in mind that if a single step goes amiss, you will have to start the process over with a new casino. This is non-negotiable. Let's get right to the action.

  • 1. First, go through the online reviews. This will give you an idea of what people, in general, think about the casino. Here too, you'll have to be careful. A lot of fake reviews find their way to the top and improve a casino's ratings. Start with what the customers who rate the lowest have to say.
  • 2. Next, go to the casino website. If it moves freely and the refresh rate is high, then the website is not a feeble attempt at creating one.
  • 3. Look for telltale signs of a good casino. If any of the following don't align, walk away.
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  • Does the casino have a license that is displayed on the website along with the license number?
     
  • A casinos game collection and software providers tell you a lot about the quality of the casino. Are the games reliable, and do they come from a trustworthy source?
     
  • Does the casino offer a wide range of payment options, specifically ones that are third-party or offer blockchain technology like crypto?
  • 4. Check for existing customer support and find out how quickly they respond with the correct information.
  • 5. Read the terms and conditions before investing in a bonus. A scam casino has bonuses that are usually too good to be true, with wagering requirements and complicated reward processes involved.
  • 6. Finally, the casino needs to have a quick withdrawal process. Although the transfer time depends on the banking system you choose, it shouldn't take over 14 business days in any circumstances.

    Expert Tips for Spotting a Scammer

    Apart from the above plan of action, we experts also look for other not-so-subtle clues while spotting a fake casino.

  • Is it a registered casino with the necessary certifications?
  • Has the casino been involved in any scandals?
  • As a rule of thumb, don't play in casinos that don't show owner information, have fresh reviews, or don’t have a large collection of games.
    Wrapping up

    Milan Rabszski has spent the better part of his life improving polskie kasyna online experience for Polish players. Milan Rabszski is the editor-in-chief of his passion project, TopKasynoOnline. This is a Poles for Poles enterprise located in Złota 59, 00-120 Warsaw. He spends most of his time giving expert opinions to players. You can also phone him at +48 22 595 14 00 or email topkasynoonline@gmail.com to send him your queries. Lend an ear to his podcast, where he talks about everything gambling-related, including the popular payment methods in Poland at the time of writing, in September 2022: Blik, Przelewy24, Paysafecard, Bitcoin, Ecopayz.

    On the date of issue (September 2022), Note: Unfortunately, gambling is illegal in Poland, so the content in this article is intended only for informational purposes and is available to users outside of Poland.