Earlier this month, a CasinoSmack reader asked me about the BetUS online casino. I told her more about it. See this:
My internet account hasn’t been used for a long time, and it’s clear that some things have changed. When I tried to sign up for a Betus.com account, they asked for my Social Security number, which I didn’t have. Is this what happens in the workplace?
-Bill N. Junior:
Bill, thanks for your question. One of the most interesting things is that I’ve asked myself the same thing when casinos have asked for my social security number in the past, which is very interesting. Is it really necessary? I talked about my fears about online casino player ID theft and credit card fraud in a previous blog post. That was back then.
There, you can be sure that your Social Security number is safe
There are a lot of people who are worried about identity theft and other security issues, so I could have written a blog post saying that online casinos should not ask for your social security number. Then, we’ll go right to the root of the problem, not try to fix the problem first. So, I’ve reached out to a BetUS representative so I can get some help with this. The Affiliate Marketing Manager for BetUS has a different take on the question about the social security number. Check out Kat Chaves’ reaction to the BetUS social security number question.
All new customers who use a credit card to deposit for the first time must go through a verification process called Strike Force, which is required by the company. This process is called Strike Force. This verification process is done in the form of a simple four-question quiz, which only the person who owns the card can answer correctly. People who work for Strike Force need to know the last four digits of the person’s Social Security number in order to get their credit history. Cardholders will be asked for the first five digits of their Social Security number after they answer the quiz incorrectly or don’t have enough information. This number will be checked at the next step of the process. There aren’t many people who have this problem, but it happens more often when people who have no credit history and people who have the same name or Social Security number have the same card. In fact, we don’t have access to them because they are kept private. In this case, the Strike Force is in charge of taking care of this. On our website, we go over the verification process in great detail. Alternatively, if the player would like to talk to a specific account manager, please let us know. I hope this helps, and if you need any more help, let me know.
Thank you so much. Kat, thank you so much for taking the time to answer the reader’s question. I’m glad you did. All of us are very thankful. In the event that someone wants to get in touch with Kat Chaves, let me know and I’ll give them the BetUS phone number.
As for me, I’m much more comfortable giving out my personal information over at BetUS because I know that the site is safe. As a bonus, keep in mind that BetUS uses a high level of internet encryption called RC4 128bit. This means that all information is encrypted before it is sent over the internet. Almost all of the time, this means that outsiders will not be able to get to your information (hackers, etc.) The BetUS website has also been checked by the USERTRUST network in order to be even more safe.