Melbet Responsible Gambling
Gambling problems are associated with poor mental health and can manifest as depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts; they also negatively affect family relationships, work, academic performance and can lead to bankruptcy or crime.
Melbet believes that gambling should be a pastime, not a way to make money.
Unfortunately, gambling abuse can sometimes lead to problems. We at Melbet care about our users and make every effort to ensure that you play safely and securely on our Service without any unpleasant consequences.
We do not permit minors to participate in the games.
We do not advertise our products and services to minors or those who are mentally vulnerable.
We ensure that our advertising, sponsorship and marketing do not contain information intended to lure minors into the casino.
If you are sharing a computer with a minor, you should ensure that the minor does not have access to your log-in details, passwords, or bank details.
There are programs to restrict access to gambling, such as NetNanny and Cyber Patrol.
We at Melbet continually perform appropriate age verification checks on bettors to ensure that all of our players are of legal age.
In some cases our checks cannot confirm a player’s age, and in such cases we need to request additional information from you to confirm that you are of legal age.
The availability of your Player Account may be limited and funds may be frozen until further information can be provided and it can be unequivocally confirmed that you are of legal age, normally 18 years old.
Melbet bettors should be aware that they are the guarantors of legal registration themselves.
Our advertising campaigns and advertisements do not mislead users or misrepresent the services provided. Users are warned about the chances of winning and the possible risks.
The services are provided on a pay-as-you-go basis and excessive costs are not encouraged.
To find out your level of gambling addiction, answer yes or no to the questions below.
- Are you unable to control your spending?
- Do you tend to borrow or steal money to keep gambling?
- Have you been paying less attention to your family and loved ones lately?
- Have you begun to react negatively to the opinion of others regarding your activity on gaming platforms?
- Have you lost interest in your hobbies or usual leisure activities?
- Are you depressed and sometimes even suicidal because of your gambling failures?
- Do you lie, hiding the amount of money you wagered or the time you spent gambling?
If you answered yes to most of these questions, you probably have a gambling problem.
It’s never too late to admit that you have an addiction and fight it. We appreciate betting participants and will never contribute to such an affliction. Please read the following tips to help you reduce the risk of gambling addiction:
- Do not consider gambling as your main source of income.
- Set limits on the time and money you expect to spend and do not break them.
- Only gamble with money you can afford to lose.
- Avoid the temptation to win back.
- Do not gamble if you are depressed or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
For those who wish to limit their participation in gambling, the Melbet Company offers a self-exclusion service on a voluntary basis, which will allow the player to close their account or limit their ability to place bets for one of the following periods: 1 month, 6 months, 1 year. The blocking only takes place once the user has provided photographs of the documents proving ownership of the account. Once the account has gone through this procedure, access to it will be blocked until the selected period expires. When the self-exclusion period expires, the betting participant will be able to use any Services of the website again.
The user can request the unblocking of the account before the end of the self-exclusion period; however, the decision to grant this request is at the discretion of the Company.
If you wish to limit your online activity, you should contact the Support Team. We may restrict the maximum amount you can wager when placing a bet. These amounts can be reviewed by you at any time but any change will only take place 24 hours after the last review.
During the period of self-exclusion, the bettor must not make a new account. The bettor acknowledges that we will not accept any financial or other responsibility in the event that the bettor continues to gamble using a new account, another name or address. In exceptional cases, the account may be unblocked.