There are a number of malicious websites and fake Facebook accounts claiming to offer free chips. Our players' safety is important to us! Exercise caution in your online activities, and keep these tips in mind at all times:
If it seems too good to be true, don't trust it.
The Internet can be a dangerous place if you don't use caution. Clicking on untrustworthy links can result in viruses, malware, even theft of your personal information.
DoubleDown Casino has only one authorized Facebook page, only one official Instagram page, and only one Twitter account.
Our official Facebook page is: https://www.facebook.com/doubledowncasino/
Our official Instagram page is: https://www.instagram.com/doubledowncasino/
Our official Twitter page is: https://twitter.com/doubledwncasino
We will never ask you to provide additional personal information in exchange for free chips.
When we give out free chips, they're actually free! If you click on a "free chips" offer that requires you to provide additional personal information, that is not a real DoubleDown offer.
We will never post free chips offers within a comment thread.
Our free chips offers are always in the post itself, never the comments below the post. If you see comments with links claiming to offer free chips, those comments are not from DoubleDown Casino, no matter what the user name appears to be.
We will never post free chips offers in a video.
As stated above, our free chips offers are always in a post, never through a link in a video. If you see videos masking as a presentation of our game, with links claiming to offer free chips, those videos are not from DoubleDown Casino, no matter what the game name appears to be.
Always look for the blue check mark on social media.
|Our Facebook page header, including the blue check mark.|
|Our Instagram account page, including the blue check mark and the link to click for free chips!|
|Our Twitter account page, including the blue check mark.|
Tip: Hover over or click on the blue check mark icon as well to be absolutely confident! A scammer could Photoshop a blue check mark onto their cover photo. The real icon will pop up a message to explain its meaning when you mouse over it on Facebook or Instagram, or click on it on Twitter: