We take responsible gambling very seriously. We want you to enjoy betting with us and participating in our lottery syndicates and to be entertained. If you stay in control of your spending, you will have more fun.
Always remember that you must only bet (or contribute to a lottery syndicate) what you can afford and always set sensible limits.
Know your limits
We want you to gamble responsibly and to have fun but we do recognise that sometimes gambling can become a problem. Please read the following information very carefully. If you are recovering from any kind of dependency, suffering from mental health illness or are under the in uence of alcohol or any other substance we strongly recommend that you do not commence gambling.
If you feel you may have a problem with your gambling, you may try to ask yourself the following questions:
These questions are only examples of how problem gambling can negatively affect your life and are only the starting point in trying to understand your gambling behaviour and the reasons behind it. Our services offer the following features to help you stay in control:
Purchase Limits – Our monthly subscription packages have xed prices. If you wish to order more than one, please consider carefully the combined costs of doing so. If you would like to set a limit to how much you can spend, you can do this by setting limits on the maximum purchase volume. The default maximum limit is 1.000 GBP / month. The minimum limit you can set is 50 GBP (because this is the cost of a single standard monthly subscription). You can do so any time by contacting our call-centre. If you wish to raise your purchase limit, we will only implement this after a cooling off period of 24 hours, allowing you time to reconsider. Meanwhile, we will take reasonable steps to implement a request to reduce a purchase limit (or to implement one for the first time) within 24 hours.
Time Out – you can take a break from our Services for a period of 24 hours, one week or 4 weeks, during which time we will not allow you to purchase further subscriptions. If you wish to implement a „time out“, please contact our customer service team.
Self-Exclusion – at your request, we will close your account and immediately cease your involvement in our Services. The minimum self-exclusion period, which you may choose, is 6 months but you may select any longer period including permanent exclusion. You may subsequently request a self-exclusion period to be extended by one or more periods of 6 months. At the end of the period chosen by you, the exclusion will remain in place unless you expressly request that it is lifted by contacting customer services.
Any such request to reopen an account will be reviewed and will not be implemented until at least 24 hours after the request, allowing you time to reconsider your request.
During any self-exclusion period you will not be able to re-open your account, we will cease your involvement in all Services and we will cease to contact you with any marketing materials.
Account closure – You can also close your account at any time, but please note that closing the account without activating a self- exclusion will mean that you can reopen your account at any time.
To help you stay in control, we also offer you:
Information about self-help organisations/counselling
There is a wide range of organisations that provide help, support and guidance to people who develop a problem with gambling. If you feel that you may have a problem controlling your gambling we strongly recommend that contact one of the following professional organisations for help and guidance:
GambleAware – provides information on how to gamble responsibly and offers advice on dealing with problem gambling, please visit www.gambleaware.co.uk or call 0808 8020 133.
GamCare is a registered charity that provides con dential telephone support and counselling to anyone who is affected by problem gambling. GamCare can be contacted on 0808 8020 133 by visiting www.gamecare.org.uk.
Gamblers Anonymous (UK) – Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to share their experiences, try and solve their common problems and thereby help others to recover from gambling problems. Gamblers Anonymous can be contacted on 020 7384 3040 (UK only) or by visiting www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk.
We support the Responsible Gambling Trust (which uses the operating name GambleAware) and make a donation annually. GambleAware is a leading charity committed to minimising gambling-related harm. GambleAware funds education, prevention and treatment services and commissions research to broaden public understanding of gambling-related harm.
It is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to open an account. Your account will be frozen if we are unable to verify that you are 18 years of age or older. We conduct electronic veri cation of your age and identity using a third party data reference company. We reserve the right to ask for age veri cation information from you and to suspend your account until information proving that you are 18 years of age or older is provided to us. If you are found to be under the age of 18, we will refund all moneys taken and not pay-out winnings to you. There may also be other legal consequences.
For further information and help, please do not hesitate to contact our Customer Service.