You can open an account at Jackpot City Casino in just 3 easy steps.
The authorization takes only a couple of minutes, even less at times, and you will have access to your Personal Account. Here you can find all the information you need.
At Jackpot City Casino they collect two types of information. First, they need your personal information. When you open an account they will certainly ask you for your full name, email address, gender, date of birth, address, ID number, just to name some. In some cases, you will be asked to provide a copy of your ID. In order to play games for real money, you will be asked to share with the casino your payment information such as credit card number or bank account details.
The casino may ask for some information that you can choose to share or not to share. For instance, when you are communicating with the casino they may ask some details about what kind of games you enjoy playing.
They also collect specific information regarding what kind of device you are using like IP address or geo-location data.
The casino records all telephone calls for security reasons.
When you register for the casino using your social networks, then the casino has access to some of your basic information, like a full name and date of birth. At the same time, they will have access to your friends' list and information that you made public.
You are allowed to “Invite a Friend” using social media, and if the friend accepts the invitation, the casino will have access to their personal information as well.
The casino collects information from third parties. This information is mainly about your credit history and other financial information. At the same time, they will gather information in order to verify your identity in order to prevent illegal activity.
You are allowed to choose your user name and password and you are advised to keep this information a secret. If someone else uses your login information they will have access to your account and that will be considered your fault. The casino won't be held liable for any security weaknesses. When choosing a username and password you are not allowed to use obscene or offensive words, to avoid getting your account closed.