Our attitude to promoting responsible gambling
BetSavvy Club is committed to operating our club in a socially responsible way. We believe that gambling can be a fun past time without being detrimental to person or wallet as long as people are sensible and respect themselves as well as others and understand it’s for fun, not to make money!
Albeit BetSavvy Club is a club and not actually a place to physically gamble, we bring together those people who do, so we take our role of promoting responsible gambling to our members very serious.
Members of the club can benefit from promoting offers to others but we would always caution who they promote these messages to.
BetSavvy Club recognises that there are vulnerable individuals who may be less able to make an informed decision about gambling.
We would ask members never to promote the idea of gambling to a person who may fit this category. For example:
Albeit for most people gambling is a form of leisure, for some, gambling can become a problem. Please keep control of your gambling by following these guidelines:
If you think that gambling may have taken over your (or someone you know) then the following questions may help you to ascertain if you, or them, need help:
If you answer to more than one of the above you may need to talk to someone who can help and who understands what you are going through. Phone the confidential helpline on 0808 8020 133 or visit www.begambleaware.org
Other place to look for advice and help with gambling matters are www.gamcare.org.uk or www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk
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