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Problem gamblers say they are being reached by web gaming destinations as they fight to kick the propensity. One recuperating someone who is addicted said he banished himself from LeoVegas in the wake of losing up to £40,000 by wagering on the web more than two years. Weeks after the fact the site messaged Andy Fowler welcoming him to sign into his record to assert a £100 prize. He had entered the draw before barring himself. 

The message could be in break of industry decides that let punters forbid themselves from sites for a long time and request that not be reached. 

Andy stated:

Even in the wake of conceding I have an issue and barring myself from betting, they are endeavoring to allure you back. I'm a recouping someone who is addicted. I couldn't have bet with them however I could have put that cash on to some other wagering site. 

The culinary specialist, 28, of Mansfield, Notts, said the impulse to have another shudder to attempt to clear his £14,000 obligations ­threatened his determination. Specialists said his story was not a disengaged case. They called for harder laws so addicts can boycott themselves for all time over all gaming sites. 

LeoVegas, which is situated in Malta, stated: 

Our dependable gaming strategies are in accordance with UK norms for this situation. The correspondence conveyed was essentially a notice of rewards because of a section into a prize attract preceding the self-rejection, and not at all advancing our item.

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