Playing online casinos is a fun and enjoyable experience, but that doesn't mean everything is smooth sailing all the time. With most of us being online now, we're likely to be sharing some form of personal information or payment details on the web. Therefore; it's crucial to know how to stay safe.

Keeping Safe Playing Online Casinos

Keep The Viruses Away For Safe Play

We've all heard of computer viruses or even come across them at some point in our life, but that doesn't mean we have to accept them. The Slotastic Casino software and Cashier have all the security in place to keep your personal information and payment information private and secure. However, we can't guarantee that you haven't picked up a virus somewhere else on the web, and this is where players have to be careful.

Having virus protection software is essential to protect your devices from online threats such as hackers in this day and age. Computer viruses can corrupt your data, steal your personal information, and even obliterate your hardware device. Most anti-virus software provides a free version that is easy for users to install. However, most free anti-virus software won't protect you fully, and it is recommended to commit to a paid subscription to protect yourself online.

Verify E-mail Sender Addresses

At Slotastic, we believe it's essential to keep good communication with our players, so we'll often be in touch over e-mail to provide you with the latest promotions, transactional updates, or customer service requests. Unfortunately, e-mail is vulnerable to phishing attacks whereby hackers will try to imitate Slotastic to receive your personal details.

Slotastic's Top Tips For Keeping Safe Online

Playing online casinos should always be fun and enjoyable. To ensure your experience online is fun here, are our top tips to stay online:

1) Never share your Slotastic account details with anyone

2) Be wary of downloads

3) Verify sender addresses on e-mails

4) Never open any unexpected e-mails

5) Ensure anti-virus is always up-to-date

6) Scan your computer frequently for viruses