1. How do I deposit credits into my casino account?
Currently Mummys Gold Casino is accepting Credit Card, FirePay, Neteller, Click2Pay and Citadel.
Please visit our Deposit pages for more information on depositing credits into your gaming account.
2. How do I withdraw my winnings?
Mummys Gold Casino offers a variety of methods and options for withdrawing your winnings. Visit the Withdrawals pages for detailed information.
3. What fraud prevention measures are in place?
In addressing concerns about online security, Strongmare Ltd and Proc-Cyber Services play an active role in fraud prevention and detection. Their aim is to ensure the integrity of sensitive data, such as your Casino accounts, and safeguard the payments made to you as one of our valued players. Strongmare Ltd and Proc-Cyber Services use a variety of tried-and-trusted security and fraud controls. One method of keeping your electronic transactions secure is to randomly request certain data from you, along with your preferred options for cash-in payments. When you cash-in Casino credits, you may need to supply suitable proof of identity such as:
We take customer security very seriously. If you have any questions or concerns about purchasing online, please don't hesitate to call our toll-free hotlines to speak to a Customer Support Representative.
4. Will my gaming transactions show as gambling charges on my credit card?
All your financial transactions are processed through our financial subsidiary Strongmare Ltd, Nicosia, Cyprus. On your credit card statement, you will be billed as Strongmare.com.
All online transactions listed above are recorded with our local server time which is EST (Eastern Standard Time). According to our computers, transactions take place between 00:00 and 24:00 on the date listed on your account statement. Unless you live in the same time zone as our dedicated server, please allow for the difference in International Time Zones when comparing our statement with your personal financial records. Please note that transactions which appear to be missing from a statement are likely to be found on the following day's transaction record.
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