It’s not a secret for anyone that money prizes are the real reason why people play casino games. In their turn, all the online casinos promise to provide the top service and give the cash super quickly. Although it sounds simple, in reality many gamblers don’t see the money from online casinos. That is why players start to search for the fair gambling sites that will pay out.
To tell the truth, there are many well-reputable real sites. They are easy to spot among others. They have appropriate licenses and certificates which prove their official gambling activity. They’re not trying to deceive their users or mistreat them.
Nevertheless, you might already know the differences between real casino sites and frauds. Otherwise check the blog and FAQ sections for the relevant topics on our site.
Special for you, the team of Casinobest.nz has created a list of the online casinos that really pay money to its winners. Check it out below and read the review for each one on our website.
- Jackpot City casino. The casino’s payout rate is the highest of all available for New Zealand. It’s 97.84%.
- Casumo. The choice of many kiwis. Casumo casino suggests hundreds of games, specific rewards program and, of course, fast money.
- Spin Casino. Spin is offering the HD games and fast withdrawals.
- LeoVegas. The licensed casino and sportsbook with safety measures, nice benefits and plenty of slots.
- Ruby Fortune. Real money is guaranteed within a couple of days.
The five online casinos in the list are known to pay out for real. However, you should understand in what cases casinos don’t pay. If you, for example, violated the casino terms or abused a bonus, the site will not pay you out. So, before requesting for withdrawal, make sure you haven’t misbehaved.
It comes from the bad experience caused by frauds that gambling sites are not trusted. In fact, online casinos are safe. You can absolutely trust them. Though you can’t trust the fraudulent sites, it’s true.
It’s not actually hard to spot a fraud. I’ll give you some hints on how to avoid them. Try to remember and apply the ‘rules’ whenever you search for a new casino site to try out.
License is the main and first thing to check on the gambling website. Every respected online casino should obtain at least one official license. It serves to prove that the site is operating correctly, doesn’t cheat on games and mistreat payers. The most prominent licensees are MGA, UKGC, Curacao.
If the gambling page doesn’t contain any info about the company name and licenses, it’s probably a fraud. Be aware.
The certificates are another proof of trusted online casinos. The games should be random, as we know. There are special authorities that are responsible for the exact testing of games. They carry out examinations constantly just to assure that all games are randomized. The authorities are known as eCOGRA and Independent Auditors.
Again if you don’t see a sign of the mentioned testing bodies, then you probably face a fraudulent casino.
Safety in an online environment is what each player seeks for when signing up. Everyone must know that their data is in a safe place (if we can call it on the Internet). Still, online casinos are obliged to provide total safety of the banking and personal info. No one wants their money to slip away from the bank account.
It’s your decision to trust or not to trust online casinos. You can’t really be sure that the selected site won’t pay you out. The only thing you can do is to check the gambling site for licensing, certificates and security. Besides, remember to search for real comments from gamblers. The information as a whole will give you a total impression on the online casino.
It is certainly possible to win, but you will not be able to win a large amount when playing for such bets, even if you win X1000. You will also win cents.
Let me guess, you have deposited to an online casino, lost in the game and now wish to receive your money back. Or ok, maybe you’ve faced a fraudulent casino? In both cases you can dispute the money, but the result will be completely different. Besides, it’s a consequential issue to dispute the charges. So, you’d better think wisely before you actually make a chargeback request.
First of all, I’d like to explain some facts to you. These are mainly the requirements by the moment you decide to dispute.
- Chargeback is the service of bank credit cards using Visa, Mastercard, also bank transfers and some e-wallets like Neteller.
- The request for dispute has time limits. In other words, you can make a request within 120 calendar days only. If you haven’t made up your mind during 4 months, further it’ll be impossible.
Later, I’ll describe each case (lost game and frauds) and give you the useful tips for a successful dispute of your charges from online casinos. Mind that the moment when you’ll have done it, the situation may lead to unpleasant consequences.
So, if you lose a game as all typical gamblers do right after deposit, you can’t just request for your money back. It even makes no sense. Like you deposited, you played and you lost. It’s almost the same as when you buy some food – buy, eat and are hungry again in two hours. Basically, the online casinos sell service. They give you a chance to play games for money. And the result, either you win or lose, depends on you and your actions.
Apparently, any attempts to dispute the money will be declined by both casino and your bank. For the reason that the service was provided, thus you played, and you got a fair result, so face it. There is only one possible reason to tell the bank. It’s charging the online casino of faulty activity. Starting from rigged games and ending in a totally fake fraudulent casino. However, be realistic, this statement will need proof. Very likely that the online casino will provide all the records where it states that you have played the games and successfully lost the deposited money. As a result, the dispute request will be declined. Unless you have a true proof that you’ve been deceived, you can’t take money back.
Is it still possible?
Speaking of a true situation with online frauds, whether it’s a fake casino or just someone has stolen your credit card, it will be much easier to prove. With such a statement and no visible authentic proof of a contrary, the bank will charge the money back. But it’s not a relief for you. This time you need to prove that the online casino provides faulty service including evidentiary material of a licence absence and rigged games. The former you can find out, no problem, but the latter is hard to get. The RTPs are private records of the service provider. Although it’s hardly possible to request for chargeback, stars can align and somehow you’ll get the money back.
Still after the dispute come the consequences. Get ready to be banned by the online casino. Most probably you’ll get into the blacklist of the company and all associated online casinos. Even though your request is accepted, and everything seems fine, your further chargeback requests will affect your gambling reputation. Thus you’ll not avoid the blacklist.
All in all, I recommend thinking thoroughly before making the actual request. Mind that whether you are right or wrong about the casino service, it may lead to the court. Trust me, it’s not worth it with all the further court consequences unless you’ve deposited a million dollars which I really doubt.