When you go to a land-based casino, you first visit the cashier to purchase chips. An online casino is no different – you need to purchase your chips before you play.
At an online casino, this is done at the Bank, which you should be able to find easily from the lobby. There are a number of ways to pay for your chips, from credit cards to bank transfers and Internet payment methods. You may need to register your credit card or payment mechanism at the casino, but you can do this quickly and easily through the online casino software.
It’s a good idea to have more than one payment mechanism registered, as a backup plan. If you have an account with Internet payment mechanisms like Neteller, PrePaid ATM or FirePay, find out whether your casino supports payments. If not, ask them to look into it... the list of accepted online casino payment methods grows every day!
No need to worry about security – any reputable online casino should be using transaction security precautions as good as the major banks! Remember, there’s no need to cash out at the end of your gaming session. Your chips are safe in your online casino account, waiting for the next time you log in.
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