20 June 2014 ~ 2 Comments

Real life Cyber Crime: Keeping safe when gaming online.

The internet has made it much easier to perform many tasks that once could only be done in person but with this easier technology does come some implications. Consumers must be aware of how to protect their finances when doing business online. Since the rise in mobile gaming sites, people spend more money online than ever before. Online casinos make it easier to enjoy casino gambling from anywhere with direct urls such as GamingClub.com/au/online-roulette. Most people that use online casinos bet with real money so this makes it important that they protect their money by following some simple financial tip.

Part of protecting your money when gambling online is to understand the technological tools that have been designed to protect online financial transaction. When playing online, you will have to provide sensitive financial information and you can easily determine whether or not it is safe to give out this information at a casino site, you only want to do so at secure websites. Secure websites will firstly abide by the data protection act, but in order to know if a site is secure simply check the browser’s address bar. Any secure site will begin with https rather than http. When you see the added s you know the site is secure and any information you pass on to the site will be encrypted to avoid anyone intercepting it.

A second thing to consider when gambling at an online casino is the various payment methods, the more payment methods offered by a casino, the better off the player will be. Some online casino may only offer one or two payment forms and some sites will permit debit and credit card usage. However, E-wallet services are generally more secure and the best site will support them. Services like PayPal offer a lot of benefits to users that can help protect their money. So, today protecting your money online also means understanding the services and tools behind it.

2 Responses to “Real life Cyber Crime: Keeping safe when gaming online.”

  1. Hilda 13 February 2016 at 10:50 am Permalink

    I have a Blackberry Curve 8900(the new one).I don’t have any data plan, but I keep hearing that you can acsces the Browser as long as you’re connected to WiFi. But whenever I try to acsces the internet through the phone, it keeps saying that I need a data plan to acsces the internet. If anyone could tell me how to fix the problem, I’d be happy.

    • Jayne A. Hitchcock 13 February 2016 at 1:29 pm Permalink

      Hilda, you need a data plan to access the Internet – some smartphones will let you use Wifi without a data plan. You would need to go to your cell phone provider store and ask them if your Blackberry has this capability, or try their web site at http://us.blackberry.com/support/contact.html


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