Playing casino games can be exciting. So many options available day and night, however we must act responsibly and acknowledge that gambling can become a problem for some individuals, and it may for some, get to a point where it can impact a person's personal relationships as well as their finances.
Set a time limit and stick to it – stop playing at that time, whether or not you are winning.
Set a budget and stick to it – decide what you can afford to lose and how much you want to spend.
Avoid gambling on credit – never borrow money to play.
Avoid chasing losses – the chances are that the more you try to recoup your losses, the larger your losses will be.
Create balance in your life – gambling should never interfere with or substitute for friends, family, work or other activities.
Make sure you are playing for fun – not out of necessity, habit as unlucky streaks could have an emotional impact in you.
Treat the money you lose as the cost of your entertainment – and any winnings as a bonus.
You gamble higher amounts than you can afford to lose.
Have you needed to gamble with larger amounts of money to get the same level of excitement.
You have started borrowing money or sold any belongings to gamble.
Gambling has started to cause financial insecurities for you or your dependent ones
You have suffered from an addictive or compulsive disorder of any kind.
Gambling under the influence of alcohol or other addictive substances.
Your anxiety levels are being affected directly or indirectly by your gambling habits or outcomes.
If you feel gambling is no longer just entertainment we recommend to consider a cooling-off period, which allows you to take a break from gambling for real money at Slots Paradise for a period of up to 6 months. Like this, your account is not accessible during the selected period. If you feel you are not having adequate management of your gambling habits then Self-Exclusion may be the way to go. For this may be asked to verify identity by answering to few basic questions. You will be removed from all marketing databases and you will not be contacted in the future. (You can learn more about these options in our terms and condition page).
If you are concerned that gambling may have taken over your life or someone else’s, there is help available. To speak to someone about this, there are a number of Support Organizations available offering free and independent advice. It's okay to get help
Gamblers Anonymous www.gamblersanonymous.org
1-800 Gambler https://www.1800gambler.net