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How to Tell if an Online Casino Site is Fake

People are almost always driven to check out anything that has the word "free" stamped on it. We should be wary though, as not everything which is billed as free gives you a great offer.  Some online casinos offer free sites. These are online casinos that are legitimate and aren’t a front for a scam. There are several sites however that offer free play on their online slots but are hiding something more sinister.

Always make sure you check the reviews of online casino sites that offer free play just to double check if what they're saying is true. Sometimes this may not be the case. Always check if previous customers have given a positive review of the site.

Most online casinos offer the option of not downloading their software. Many just offer web-based games to cater to those players who still don't fully trust online casino security. Most online casinos want to offer their players the option to be able to play right away by just accessing the site.

Only play free online casino games if the site is trusted. Free online casino games are meant to entertain and not to deceive. They're meant to sharpen online casino skills and help future players to win money at a higher probability compared to when they start out as newbies.

It’s fairly easy to tell if an online casino site is fake. Just looking to see if the interface is professionally created tells a lot regarding a website. Most start-up online casino sites have a clunky interface, which can make them look cheap. There needs to be a certain class to the look of online casinos.

Always read forums and customer reviews to get a great feel of the online casino site you want to check out. Remember to follow these instructions if you want to ensure your safety while playing online. There is even websites that tell you how to cheat - see example below!

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