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Gambling support

Helping you understand how gambling can affect your financial wellbeing and what you can do today

We're here to help

We've been working hard in recent years to help you make sure you're spending safely. Our dedicated team has options to help you take the next step towards controlling what you spend on gambling.

Have you noticed any of these behaviours lately?

Gambling affecting relationships with friends, family or colleagues.


Missing social and family events.


Skipping school, college, university or work.

Increased or uncontrollable spending.


Losses are leading to debt.


You feel like you can’t stop.

Concealing or lying about your gambling.


Significant time spent gambling.


You find it difficult to stop thinking about gambling.

Why it's important

Taking the next steps

We understand that staying on top of your finances can be difficult sometimes. That's why we're here to help people discover how to take control of gambling related spending, and look forward to a brighter future.

Frequently asked questions

Maintaining a healthy relationship with gambling

There are lots of dedicated charities offering practical help and advice with uncontrolled spending. If you’d like more support with changing your relationship, our specialists recommend visiting one of these organisations if you’re not sure where to start.

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TalkBanStop is a charity partnership offering specialist support to help you stop gambling. You can access a free GamBan licence to help you self-exclude from gambling sites. Get in touch for free 24/7 support.

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Free confidential support for yourself or anyone else who is worried about gambling addiction. 

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StepChange is an independent debt support charity.

Call 0800 138 1111 to get in touch.

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