Responsible Gambling

Many people look forward to placing the occasional bet once a day, week or month, and with some luck in betting there can be great fortunes to be won, depending on just which sporting events they do bet on.

However, gambling is of course a risky business, and with that in mind I have put together the following responsible gambling policy that I strongly advise all visitors to this website read through and make use of.

The one thing I would like to point out however about any and all of the betting sites showcased and promoted throughout the website is that all of them are licensed and regulated, and have gone to great lengths to ensure they all offer their customers a range of configurable responsible gambling option settings.

By signing up to any of those featured betting sites you can choose to put into place a rigid deposit limit set over any period of time. Therefore to negate the possibility of you ever getting carried away when gambling at those sites please do put into place a deposit limit you can afford.

Once you have reached your own preset limit of deposits then you will not be allowed to continue to make a deposit into any of those sports betting site until the time period you selected has expired.

Taking a Break from Gambling

Most betting sites are going to have a system in place whereby customers of those sites are going to be able to request a small break from their betting activities at those sites.

Therefore, if at any time you feel you are in control of your gambling activities but for whatever reason you would much prefer to take a short break from gambling then you will be able to request that you do just that.

You will be able to pick any time period to take a break and by doing so your betting account will be suspended until the time period you have opted to select has expired.

Many punters that for example have just had a large paying winning bet will request that they take a break from a betting site to allow them to take a step back and never run the risk of losing back the winnings they have achieved at that site.

Self Exclusion

The most drastic action that any gambler can take when it comes to them stopping gambling is to request something known as a self exclusion from any gambling sites or venues that they are a customer of.

By requesting a self exclusion what you are basically doing is telling the owners and operators so that site that you are experiencing a problem with your gambling activities and would like to stop gambling.

Once you have filled in the required self exclusion form you will then be banned from gambling at any site or venue that you have self excluded yourself from and will not be permitted to open another account with that company, any and all account you have opened will be closed.

If you attempt to open additional accounts those accounts will also be closed too, and if you somehow manage to circumvent your self-exclusion, once discovered any additional accounts you have opened will be closed and any bets you have placed will be voided.

Third Party Help and Support

For those of you out there that feel that your gambling activated have got out of hand and you are unable to control the urge to gamble, please always be aware that there are plenty of help and support services available to you.

Two of the very best organisations that you can freely turn to for confidential help and support are Gamblers Anonymous and GamCare and both of those organisations offer a range of different services you can make use of at any time of the day or night.

Please do spend some time looking over their respective websites as by doing so you are going to find plenty of help and information, and if you feel you would like to speak to somebody about any type of gambling problem they have many different ways that you are going to be able to do so.

There is no shame in admitting that you have a gambling problem, in fact many people when they do admit they have such a problem will feel like a great weight has been lifted off them when they do seek the support from organisations such as GamCare or Gamblers Anonymous.

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