Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

This is where you will find answers to common questions online players usually have about betting on the web. GamDog does our very best to ensure we educate gamblers and provide the highest standard requirements of which online casinos and sports books much meet in order to advertise on gamdog.com. This page should answer any questions you might have.

It’s a good idea to look for important matters on each website that you research. Look for things like the site’s return policy, product warranty info, shipping and returns, etc. Check out these examples below of frequently asked questions on gambling.


What’s your return policy?

GamDog.com does not offer a return policy at this time. All games on GamDog are free-play casino games that use virtual coins that hold no actual cash monetary value.

Personally, I advise players to steer away from real money gambling and point them towards social casinos instead. They’re a better/healthier alternative for people to play. Social gambling websites are also much more financially responsible than real money wagering is.


What states can you bet online?

New Jersey. Nevada. Delaware. West Virginia. Pennsylvania. Michigan. Indiana. Illinois. Florida.

All of these states offer some form of online betting on either casino, sports, poker, or for some states all 3 types (NJ & PA).


Do you have customer service?

Yes we do. GamDog is proud to provide our visitors with customer service representatives which are friendly and available to answer your questions 24/7/365.


What is the Gambling Act of 2005?

The Gambling Act of 2005 was legislation passed in the United Kingdom to regulate gambling/betting activities over the internet. The UK was the world’s leading developed country to regulate, legalize, and protect the online betting industry for consumers and has been a long time leader in the sector…


What is the WIRE ACT?

In the United States there was an older piece of legislation than was claimed to make online gambling illegal and this resulted in the USA online gambling effectively operating in an offshore regulated environment. For quite some time the US Department of Justice seemed to be on the fence as to if and how the Wire Act might apply to modern day internet gambling games outside of sports betting, such as poker, blackjack and slot machines for example. In January 2019 the USA DOJ made an announcement that the Wire Act applied to other areas of internet gambling causing concern for the emerging industry.

Eventually, the United States Department of Justice clarified that the Wire Act only applies to interstate sports betting. This opened the floodgates for states to set up state wide legal online sports betting sites for American citizens and people over the age of 21 with valid identification and residing/located/vetting within state boarders.

Currently the rush is on and beginning into what will likely turn out to be one of the more profitable sectors of the internet for businesses in the USA. On GamDog we’re actively partnering with websites that are operating legally. Contact us to discuss advertising opportunities if you run a legal and regulated gambling site that accepts US bettors.


What are the best gambling sites?

GamDog.com reviews the web’s most popular online gambling sites every month, all year long.