Responsible Gaming

Casinofreespinsclub.com is a responsible casino content website and our team is devoted to providing a safe and enjoyable online casino environment for you, our valued players.

Responsible gambling is something we have always supported and stood by, because we believe that online gambling should be looked at as well as practised as a form of entertainment. Most online casino players gamble responsibly and enjoy their casino experience and spend money that they can afford. Nevertheless, for a select few, gambling can become a problem.

This page tackles the different steps that we have implemented to ensure that our users play in a responsible and safe manner, becasuse ultimately gaming should be an enjoyable experience.

Responsible Gambling Tips

Undoubtedly, online gaming is an immensely fun activity, however, you should be sure to practise it in a manner that does not become extreme or drastically affect your overall lifestyle. Therefore, we recommend that you should:

  • Only gamble for fun
  • Never allow gambling become a source of stress and/or anxiety
  • Acknowledge the signs of problem gambling and addiction 
  • Remember education is your best friend and the best prevention
  • Try setting maximum budgets as part of your gaming 'regime'
  • Decide how much you can afford to lose and how much you want to spend 
  • Treat the money you lose as an expense allocated to entertainment
  • Look at any winnings as a bonus not a means to gamble even more 
  • Never chase losses and stick to your limit
  • Set a time limit and stick to it 
  • Once this set time limit has expired, stop playing whether you are winning or losing
  • Don’t expect to win each time you play
  • Never see gambling as a guaranteed source of income
  • Understand the games and odds – odds are against you
  • Rememer losing is part of the game
  • Never borrow money to gamble – avoid credit, loans or borrowing from others
  • Make sure you are playing for fun and never allow gambling affect your personal and/or social life

Do You Have a Gambling Problem?

Are you spending too much money on or gambling more than you can afford? Have you borrowed money or sold anything to gamble? Do you keep your gambling secret and lie to your friends and family? Are you trying to make up for previous gambling losses? Have you needed to gamble with larger amounts of money to get the same level of excitement?

Answering 'yes' to any of the above questions may be a sign that you have a compulsive gambling problem or signs of gambling addiction. Therefore, we recommend that you are honest with yourself and seek the relevant support and advice listed in the below organizations.

Choosing the Right Support System is Important

Now that you have made the first big step in acknowledging you have a problem, the next important thing to do is seek the right support. Treating your gambling addiction should not be something you should do alone, and indeed, you need not do so.

If you are looking for a reliable and helpful support sysetm, we suggest for you to look up and contact one of the below organisations. Each one specialises in responsible gambling, provides support for sufferers and their loved ones and offer gambling addiction cures.

GambleAware helps you to find advice and get free access to all the necessary help and guidance, in the strictest confidentiality. Whether you choose to contact them by phone or online - their team of professionals will help you learn about healthy gambling practices. So if you, or someone close to you may have a gambling problem, we suggest for you to visit their site today.

If you are looking for a safe haven, with a reliable service to help  your gambling problem, GamCare is the place for you. This organisation even goes the extra mile to help sufferers' friends and families. What's more, their team ensures working to the highest standards of confidentiality and data protection. For more information and to visit their site, click here.

From Support Groups, Support Forums, Live Support and even Email Support, Gambling Therapy truly caters to every problem gambler's needs. To find out more about their services and how they can help you and/or your loved ones cope with gambling addiction, click here.

Staying in Control

Below, you will find useful suggestions listed to keep gambling fun. While we hope you may never need to resort to professional help from the above-mentioned organisations, it is good to keep yourself in check by following the tips hereunder:

Create Your Own, Realistic Deposit Limits

Limit your deposits in such a way that each day, week or month you are able to cap the amount you put into your account. Moreover, every operator can set specific limits or controls to help players spend in a controlled manner.

Schedule Some Cooling-off Periods

It is certainly not a bad idea to take break from the game and block your access every so often. This rings truer if you have a feeling that it might be getting slightly out of control. If this is the case, then we advise you to take some time away from the operator by scheduling a cool-off period between one and 30 days. During this time, operators shouldn’t communicate to you with sign-up bonuses or free spins, otherwise it would defeat the purpose of the cooling-off period entirely.

Self-exclusion Could be Another Option

Each operator is expected to offer players with the option to self-exclude themselves from gambling online. Players can set different time limits – usually from at least one year or in certain situations, even permanently. Gambling operators will suspend all marketing and emails to you for the duration of the exclusion period, that way it is an effective step towards a having a potential problem.

Did you know that the UK has a self-exclusion system called GAMSTOP which allows players to self-exclude from every UK licensed gambling site? And once you self-exclude from online casinos, this system automatically excludes you from bricks and mortar betting shops - to guarantee no form of gambling is practised if it seems to be getting out of control.

Take Social Media Break

Better yet, why not take a complete Social Media Break? But if you believe you are more than capable of keeping your social media account active, we at least advise you to stop following gambling operator social media pages and/or casino bonus or sports tipster pages that encourage bonuses. Otherwise you might be tempted to get back on the bandwagon before you actually should. 

Gambling Blocking Software

If you think you need something more effective and long-term to help restrict your gambling, luckily there are even software tools specifically for this. You can install such programs on your computer or mobile devices to block access to gambling websites – check-out Betfilter, Gamblock or PlayScan.

Protecting Children and under 18s

Our team at casinofreespinsclub.com takes responsible gaming very seriously, which is why we want to prevent anyone who is a minor or below the age of 18 from gambling or accessing an online gambling website – because this is considered as illegal activity.

Furthermore, gambling operators follow very strict protocls to confirm age and identity by using KYC and Bank-ID processes.

Companies prohibited to advertise gambling in ways that might appeal to children or those under the age of 18. However, we still ask that you take reasonable steps to prevent anyone under the legal age of gambling from accessing online gambling products or casino, sports betting or even affiliate websites. But we can only restrict Underage gambling to a certain degree. You should also take the necessary precautions if you have youngsters in your household. This can be done by following the below steps:  

  • Never make gambling look like it is 'just a game' which can be accessed by anyone under the legal age
  • Do not place bets on their behalf
  • Never leave under 18s unattended or near your computer/mobile if you have gambling websites open on your desktop or device
  • Never let minors or underaged individuals access your credit card or bank account details
  • Never opt for the 'remember password' choice when accessing online gambling products
  • Use separate and secure login details for anyone who accesses your computer.
  • Read up on child-protection software, such as Cyber patrolNet Nanny or CYBERsitter to block gambling sites from minors accessing the internet.




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