If you happen to be new to online bingo then you probably have lots of questions about how things work. How much is it possible to win, how much does it make sense for you to spend and are you always playing against the computer or is it possible to pay with other people as well. This article is a summary of the most frequently asked questions about online bingo.
1. Is there an age requirement?
Usually there is. All legitimate bingo pages are interested in complying with the local laws and those determine how old must you be to play this game. Laws differ from one country to the next. The lowest age is usually 16 and the highest is 25 years of age.
2. How to know if I’m playing on a safe site?
Every legitimate site that offers online bingo has a license proving their legitimacy. There is a validation process that is carried out by a third party. Therefore, to check if you are on a good site, simply look for a license on the page. Sites have it posted.
3. Is it safe to transfer money to bingo sites and how to do it?
Legitimate bingo sites are very much interested in building a big member base so security is their number one priority. If you are on a credible page you will be safe. There are several safe ways you can go about transferring money. The favourites are transferring via banks, using the E-Wallet, PayPal or credit cards.
4. How much is it possible to win?
This depends solely on the site you happen to be playing on. Prizes aren’t always money – you can get tons of free credit or free cards, free trips, bikes, TVs, mp3 players and so on. Even if you are playing with free cards, you will still qualify for winning prizes.
The most important thing you want to pay attention to when playing online bingo is safety. Only play on reliable sites!
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