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We want all customers to have fun on the site and encourage you to gamble responsibly. Gambling is a form of entertainment and should above all, be a fun activity. We understand that for some people, problem gambling does negatively impact their lives and the lives of those around them.
If you have answered yes to some of the above questions then you may have developed a gambling problem.
If you do think you may have a gambling problem, you may want to contact the following organisations for help:
Gamcare (www.gamcare.org.uk), the UK’s leading problem gambling charity
Gamblers Anonymous www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk
We give you the option to set your own daily, weekly or monthly deposit limits so you can play at a pace you are happy with. Should you wish to set your limits please contact us via email. We will seek to implement your limits as soon as your request is received. You will then receive confirmation of your new limits via email. You will be able to lift these limits but this will be permitted only after the expiry of a 24 hour cooling off period.
If you are concerned that your gambling is out of control, you also have the right to exclude yourself from the games and you may do so by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your instructions as to how long you wish the account to be inaccessible. Self-exclusions must be applied for a minimum of 6 months. At the end of the exclusion period, your account will remain closed unless we are notified by yourself to reopen. We will be unable to lift the block on access during the excluded period. Please note that your exclusion request will occur across all Jumpman Gaming websites and you are unable to self-exclude from a single website.
You may also contact the support team and request to 'Take a break' on your account for for the following durations:
a. 24 hours
b. one week
c. one month or
d. Any period up to a maximum of 6 weeks.
Your account will automatically be available for game play following its conclusion.
If you wish to close your account rather than self-exclude, you have the option to reopen it on request at any point in time. Closing your account renders the games unplayable but with the option of them being accessed if you contact us. A closed account can only be reopened if you contact us via email or telephone and we will comply with your request as soon as possible.
The Reality Check tool reminds you how long it has been since your gaming session began.
The reminder will appear on screen while you are on the site. You will have the options to continue playing, view your transaction history or log out.
The reality check timer will begin when you place your first wager. The reminder will appear once the time has expired and will continue to appear at the requested time intervals.
To prevent unauthorised access to your account, please keep your username and password secure and private. Log out when you finish playing and if you're concerned someone may know your password, please change it immediately. You may wish to make a note of your balances when you log out to act as a further check that no one has accessed your account without authorisation in your absence. It is your responsibility to keep your login details secure and if your account is compromised, you will not be reimbursed for any funds spent.
We do everything in our power to ensure that there is no underage gambling on the site. As such, we assist our members in preventing their children from entering gambling related sites. The below filtering programs will assist parents in blocking content or websites that they do not wish their children to view:
Net Nanny www.netnanny.comCybersitter www.cybersitter.com