If you haven’t played online bingo before you probably have a few questions like how much money if any does playing online take? Or does playing online mean playing against a computer or if the site you are on is legitimate or not. This article details the most frequently asked questions about bingo.  Bingo

Q: How do i know if I’m playing on a safe site?

A: Every legitimate site has a license as they all are reviewed by a third party. Every site with this license is legitimate business so look for it on every page.

Q: How do I transfer money to bingo sites?

A: There are a number of options for this that are known to be very easy and very safe. Players can choose from completely reliable bank transfers, E-Wallets that are specially created for this purpose, PayPal services and credit cards like Visa or MasterCard.

Q: How old do I have to be to play?

A: Age limits can vary from site to site. Most commonly you must be at least eighteen years of age to play. In some states the age limit can either be at sixteen or lifted up to twenty one years. In some places gambling is entirely illegal so figure out the local rules.

Q: How much can I win?

A: Prizes vary from site to site as well. The prize can be money, free credit, free cards or trips, bikes, gift cards and so forth. Note that you qualify for all prizes even if you are playing with free cards or free credit.

Q: How much do cards cost?

A: This also depends on the site you are playing on. Generally the cards are very cheap. For example in the UK you can get a card for a penny. Lot’s of sites also offer tons of sign up bonuses so playing doesn’t really cost much.

Gamble Aware (www.responsiblegambling.org) is managed by the Responsibility in Gambling Trust, an independent charity which funds treatment, research and education about responsible gambling. The website has been developed by a Task Force made up of representatives from the Gambling Commission, DCMS, academia and industry.

Gary Beal