Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Why Online Casinos Monitor Winners

Questions on whether online casinos  monitor the player’s winnings, often arise. While there is truth to this situation, there is a much bigger issue that must be examined—and that is if frequent winning can prevent a player from getting his reward.

Are they really checking?
Monitoring is indeed, performed. However, this is not because of the intention to prevent a member from getting what is due to him.

Rather, this is performed to check whether unscrupulous tactics were used to secure the win. This is meant to protect the player’s rights to fair and just gaming and also to prevent fraud.

At the end of the day, if no fraud is detected, the winning player gets his reward.

What about big wins?
Casino sites observe policies when it comes to delivering big wins. For some, getting a MYR 10,000 is also considered big and is therefore subject to legal and official protocols before it is credited into the player’s account.

The good thing, however, is that most online casinos have a chat support representative where members can send their queries and get immediate response.