Online Casinos the Good the Bad the Ugly

Online Casinos the Good the Bad the Ugly 4.33/5 (86.67%) 3 votes
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It has over time caught my attention more than once that the online gaming industry is not what it used to be, at least that is what I kept on telling myself. I like many other online casino affiliates wanted to make some extra money to supplement my income, plus having moved to Mexico made Las Vegas a long ways away. I love to play blackjack and slots, so for me it was a no brainer, with rising inflation and my kids getting close to going to college, it only made sense that affiliate marketing was the way to go.

I am sure other affiliate marketers felt the same way or started promoting online casinos, many of them for the same reason I did, not only have I found a passion for the online gaming industry, I like helping people especially if it involves technical stuff. The unfortunate thing about the online casino industry is that as economic times keep getting harder, and the casino industry has begun tightening their belt, unfortunately they do this in all the wrong ways.

Over the past few years it has seemingly gotten much worse, more casinos going out of business leaving both players and affiliates high and dry, as well as unpaid! That pretty much seems to be the norm nowadays.

So what has changed with the casino industry?

Really nothing, but as with everything in this world there will always be good and bad, no matter what the industry is people, businesses and companies will try to cheat you out of a few bucks, if they think they can get away with it they will. So maybe you have been burned a few times and are fed up with the casino industry, don’t give up so soon. There are still a few good casinos out there that want to keep their clients happy, not only that many still insist on running a reputable business, the only hard part is finding them.

What to look out for

Before signing up at any casino, appearances can be deceiving, the site may look great, in fact a good graphic designer can make an impressive design and make a webpage look enticing with awesome graphics, but what about the fine details.  What software are they running; most of them will have a logo somewhere on the page that tells you a little about the software they use, such as RTG, Microgaming , Betonsoft etc. The casino should also clearly state where they are located as well as having a contact number and live chat.

When I began playing  once I found a casino I thought I may like, I would call them up and see #1 if I got an answer,  and number #2 talk to a real person and get a feel for their customer support and staff.

Remember a fool and his money is soon parted so it’s up to you to make sure you do your homework.  Please read the terms and conditions, this is an important factor many overlook, if you are just playing a couple hundred dollars you might think you have nothing to lose, how many have said this in the past and won the jackpot, only to find out they are going to get paid in weekly installments, not Cool! But it does happen. So make sure you understand the terms and conditions of the casino you intend on joining.

Last but not least the search engines are your friend, if still not convinced about a particular casino do a search in Google, Bing or Yahoo,  if they have swindled someone out of their money you will most likely find a lot of info on the net about it, if people get ripped off they will talk. Remember there are a still a lot of good guys out there in the casino industry, one you find one make sure you hang on to it.
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