What do I do if I have a gambling problem?
BingoHouse has a commitment to good corporate citizneship.
Our service is providing online gaming entertainment and our goal is for our product to be enjoyable and fair, and responsible pastime.
Our commitment is to provide our players with enjoyable and rewarding entertainment. At the same time we want players to be in complete control of their playing which can be customized to suit their individual needs. We are providing players with tools enabling them to limit their bets. Gaming is always more enjoyable if it's done responsibly.
We have limits to the amount players can deposit daily. Players that want to reduce your maximum daily deposit can do so by emailing us at manager@BingoHouse.com. We are always happy to assist players in limiting the amount of money spent on a daily or a weekly basis.
Players that think they are better off by exclusing themselves or blocking all play may request self-exclusion by emailing us at: manager@BingoHouse.com and we will follow your instructions. Players can also ask to be temporarily self-excluded for periods of period of three, six or twelve months. After the self-exclusion period players may ask for their accounts to be reactivated or they may continue the self-exclusion. We are here to help in any way we can.
Players that feel they may need professional help may contact one of the many organizations that provide counseling and treatment. GamCare, Gamblers Anonymous and several other organizations have earned a well-deserved reputation for helping those with a gambling problem. Players may go to their websites to find local chapters and facilities.
At BingoHouse we make every effort to prevent underage gaming. Players at BingoHouseMUST be at least 18 years of age. We use filters to ascertain the correctness of cards' owner's addresses and ages. We also verify IDs with our several available methods of payments -both during deposits and withdrawals. Unfortunetely, no monitoring tool is 100% infallible.
There are several organizations and entities that help protect underage access to gaming, as well as access to any other activity that must be restricted to minors. These organizations are: