SlotAlerts is dedicated to responsible gaming and the deterrence of gambling by the under-aged, and those defenseless to compulsion.
SlotAlerts is dedicated to offering its players a fun gaming environment while upholding a responsible gaming online establishment.
Here, you will find information about how to avoid addiction to gambling, self limits and self-exclusion tools available in our games.
You will also be able to find contact information for several national and local gambling assistance organizations and methods for preventing access to gambling sites from your computer.
If you feel concerned about your gaming habits at SlotAlerts or believe it’s time for a pause, we encourage you to contact email@example.com to issue a self-exclusion period for a short term or a long term.
We urge you to remember that the games we offer at SlotAlerts are meant to be a form of online entertainment only. Unfortunately, some players may have a disposition for becoming addicted to these types of games and there is a real likelihood that significant losses may be accumulated over the course of time.
We recommend that you keep these facts in mind:
SlotAlerts allows you to choose a daily, weekly and monthly limit amounts upon registration. The amounts include deposits, wagers and losses you are willing to accrue. Any change you want to make to your limits later on will become effective 7 days after you request them. In addition, you can also set time limits for how long you play. To change your limits, you can go to the “Cashier”.
You may exclude Yourself from the use of the Services for any definite or indefinite time (or, if Your Account is regulated by the Company’s UK online gambling licence – for a minimum period of between six months to 12 months (extendable by You for one or more periods of at least six months each)) via the responsible gaming section in the client interface or by contacting our customer support via (firstname.lastname@example.org), in accordance with Your decision to be provided to the Company. Prior to confirming Your self-exclusion request, You will be provided with information regarding the consequences of self-exclusion. Should You decide to be self-excluded, We encourage You to consider extending Your self-exclusion to other remote gambling operators currently used by You. Any undetermined bets at the time of Your self-exclusion will be settled in the normal way, according to the normal timescales and, if subsequently applicable, winnings paid to You. Any self-exclusion Account blocks cannot be undone during the agreed self-exclusion period.
You may set up a reality check timeframe through the responsible gaming screen. Once set, the time that has passed since You started to play the Games within the same session will appear on the screen (the “Timecount”). Once the Timecount will reach the reality check timeframe You have set, You will be prevented from continuing playing the Games during the same session until You acknowledge You wish to continue playing the Games. If You acknowledge You wish to continue playing the Games, Timecount until the next reality check will be reset, and the abovementioned process will recommence. Beginning a new session will cause the Timecount to reset as well. At any point in time, You may change and/or cancel the reality check timeframe, and such change or cancellation will enter into force immediately (and in the case of change – will reset the Timecount).
Below is a list of organizations that can help you to deal with a gambling issue. It’s also worth it to search for local organizations in your area listings or through your family doctor or cultural center:
Tel: 020 7801 7000
|Gordon House Association||https://www.gamblingtherapy.org
|Cumbria Alcohol and Drug Advisory Service (CADAS)||http://cadas.co.uk/|
|North East Council on Addiction (NECA)||http://www.neca.co.uk|
|Options – Southampton||Web: http://www.optionscounselling.co.uk/|
|RCA Trust||Email: http://www.rcatrust.org.uk|
An important tool for preventing access to gaming sites is internet filtering software. If you want to block users in your home from using gaming sites, you can try one of the programs listed below.
We display PICS and ICRA labels on our site pages to publicize that our website is for online gambling. Internet filters can pick up on these labels and effectively block users on your computer from entering our sites. Microsoft’s Internet Content Advisor is capable of reading these labels. For more info, please visit https://www.fosi.org/icra.