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Security Policy

Security while using this website

A secure website is one which uses SSL. You can identify a secure website by the padlock in your browser. If the padlock is present, it means the site is secure.

If you’re ever on a website where you have to enter personal information, especially sensitive banking or credit card details, you want to be 100% confident that site is safe and secure. So it’s especially you keep an eye out for the padlock in your browser. Keeping our site visitors’ details safe is our highest priority and we’ve taken every precaution to ensure all of our pages use the highest level of GeoTrusts 256-bit SSL encryption.

How does SSL encryption work?

SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. In order to keep your information safe, online gaming sites tend to use either firewalls or SSL Encryption. When opening a site that uses SSL, the web browser checks the casino’s identity and security certificate in a matter of seconds. It then opens up a channel between you and the website and uses two keys – one is public and encrypts the information sent, the other private and decrypts the information. You need both these keys in order to access any information sent.

SSL encryption is an extremely safe way of sending information securely over the internet. You’ll notice most casino sites mention their use within the ‘about’ or ‘security’ sections.

Other websites

Not only is every page encrypted to ensure your details are kept safe, we only recommend or review third party websites that have the eCogra (e-Commerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance) seal of approval along with either GamCare or GambleAware accreditation.

Our customers are important to us and we want to help make their overall experience as enjoyable and safe as possible.