Rehab Bingo can be great fun and entertainment, provided you stay in control. At Rehab Bingo we want to ensure that our players always enjoy their experience when they visit us and that they play in a safe and friendly environment. For that reason, we ask you to play responsibly. However Rehab Bingo acknowledges that gambling can possibly create problems. These problems can range from over-spending to a gambling addiction.
In order to prevent this, we advise that you please bear the following in mind:
Rehab Bingo is committed to creating a responsible gaming environment for the benefit of both players and staff alike.
If you want to take the hassle out of monitoring your spending, you can always set a daily, weekly or monthly deposit limit. The system will then prevent you from depositing more than that amount within the given time frame.
You can set or change a deposit limit by contacting customer support here.
Please note that when a limit has been set it will take place with immediate effect, similarly if you decrease this limit, it will also take place with immediate effect. However an increase in your deposit limit will only come in to effect after 24 hours have passed from the time you have increased your limit.
We understand that your personal circumstances may change and that you may want to take a break from gambling for a while, perhaps to save for a holiday, or maybe when you are travelling.
We offer three types of breaks:Short Break
With our Short Break option you can Take a Break from one to seven days. During this time you will not be able to access your account.
You can set a Short Break by contacting customer support here.Medium Break
With our Medium Break option you can Take a Break from seven days to thirty days. During this time you will not be able to access your account.
You can set a Medium Break by contacting customer support here.Long Break
With our Long Break option you can Take a Break from one month to six weeks.
You can set a Long Break by contacting customer support here.Problem Gambling
If you feel you are developing a gambling problem please consider a period of self exclusion from gambling on our site. This period can be from six months to five years.
You can set your Self Exclusion period by contacting customer support here.
|1. Do you find that you are becoming preoccupied with past gambling successes?|
|2. As time goes on do you find that you need to increase your bet sizes to achieve the same enjoyment and excitement? And if you win, do you feel the need to try and win more?|
|3. After losing, do you feel that you have to try and win back your losses as soon as possible? To do this do you increase the size and frequency of your wagers?|
|4. Have you recently tried to give up gambling?|
|5. Have you ever lost interest in your family, friends or pastimes due to gambling or have you ever argued with friends or family about how much you gamble?|
|6. Do you ever use gambling as a way of ignoring stress in your life or to escape from what you might perceive to be a boring or unhappy life?|
|7. Is your gambling a cause of stress and worry, which affects all aspects of your life?|
|8. Do people know you as a gambler? Have others ever criticised your gambling and have you ever lied to cover up the amount of money or time you spend gambling?|
|9. Have you lied, stolen or borrowed in order to get money to gamble with, or would you steal or commit an illegal act to raise money for your gambling?|
|10. Has gambling ever ruined a personal relationship or an occupational or educational opportunity? Have you ever stayed away from work, college or school to gamble?|
|11. Do you gamble alone for long periods or do you gamble for longer than you thought you would?|
|12. Are you reluctant to spend 'gambling money' on normal household expenditure?|
|13. Do you ever gamble until you've run out of all your money?|
|14. Do you feel guilty if you gamble and lose a lot of money?|
|15. Do you try to use gambling as a source of income?|
|16. Does your gambling make you want to escape your life to the extent of considering suicide?|
Gambling is supposed to be fun and a form of entertainment. However if you have answered 'yes' to a substantial number of these questions, the likelihood is that you are having difficulties with your gambling. To speak with someone who can give you advice and support in relation to these potential difficulties, please contact one of the organisations listed below:
Broadway Gaming advises and encourages its customers to prevent minors from accessing gambling websites. We recommend that customers install filter software to assist in this, such as that offered by Net Nanny or one of the other providers listed below. This software will allow customers to restrict internet access for children and young people.
Rehab Bingo does not allow anyone under the age of 18 to gamble on our site. We take our responsibility in this matter very seriously.
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