Online Casino Safety

Casino Papa exists for one reason and one reason alone – to show you the way to the safest, most enjoyable and most transparent online casinos currently in business.

We are more than happy to review absolutely any gambling website on the face of the earth, but you can rest assured that we will be 100% honest with the information we share. Even if it means ruffling a few feathers, we take honesty and transparency very seriously.


Every online casino that is up and running legally will display a relevant licensing body’s seal prominently on its website. There are plenty of different types of licenses around the world of which some are inherently more credible and authoritative than others. Those issued in the United Kingdom and the European Union tend to be among the most credible, along with those that come from Antigua & Barbuda, Malta, Costa Rica and Kahnawake.

You will usually find the seal of the casinos licensing body in the footer at the bottom of the home page.


Contrary to popular belief, it is in fact comparatively rare for online casinos to devise and develop their own games. Instead, their offerings are powered by a variety of third party software developers – standards again varying enormously between competing providers but there are certain names that pop up more often than others and are used by the very best casinos on the market – these tending to be the names to stick with.

Criminal Casinos

Given the nature of the industry, it is inevitable that there will always be certain rogue elements in the mix that exist for the sole purpose of defrauding and conning players out of their money. From fixing games to denying winnings and so on, all such activities are considered acts of criminal fraud and should be reported immediately to the relevant authorities.

Terms and Conditions

One of the biggest mistakes made by thousands of gamers every day is that of diving head-first into casino gaming, without first fully checking out the terms and conditions of the casino. In any instance where there is money on the line, you absolutely must know what you are getting into before getting started. Once you agree to the terms and conditions, you agree to every rule laid out by the casino – even if their rules turn out to be totally unfair.

Pay particularly close attention to the following:

  • General Terms of Use

This is where you will find most of the important information on things like signing up, getting money into your account, withdrawing money, what kinds of payment types they accept and so on. It is normal for a casino website to warn that terms and conditions can change at any time with no warning being provided.

  • Bonus Rules

Every casino bonus will come with a whole bunch of very specific terms and conditions attached. You need to read and understand every word before even thinking about making use of such bonuses.

  • Game Rules and Betting

This is usually where you will find important information with regard to the minimum and maximum bets that can be placed on any one game, minimum and maximum withdrawal amounts and any specific gameplay policies the casino has.

  • Privacy Policy

Essential information with regard to how the casino manages customer protection and data security will be laid out here. You will also find out how they plan to use your private data, should you sign up and thereby agree to the Privacy Policy.

  • FAQ Section

There should always be an FAQ section somewhere on the website, making vital reading for those just getting started.

Customer Care

It’s crucial to ensure that getting in touch with the brand’s customer care team is both possible and simple at all times. Some casinos offer 24/7 free-phone telephone numbers, others open their lines during certain times and some don’t have any customer service telephone numbers at all. Some offer live chat, others online contact forms and some prefer clients to get in touch by email.

Review all of the information carefully and choose a casino with a quality customer care offering.

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