Gambling addiction is linked to poor mental health and can emerge as despair, anxiety, and suicide ideation. They also have a negative impact on family relationships, career, and academic achievement, and can lead to bankruptcy or criminal activity. Gambling should be a fun activity, not a tool to generate money. Unfortunately, in certain circumstances, gambling addiction may lead to serious difficulties. We take care of our consumers and make every attempt to provide a safe and dependable service that they may use without fear of negative consequences.
Underage gaming is not permitted in our establishment (for persons under the age of 18). We do not market our products or services to minors or persons who are mentally ill.We guarantee that no information in our advertising, sponsorship, or marketing activities is intended to entice young people to the Service.
If you share your computer with minors, be sure they do not have access to usernames, passwords, or financial information. There is software available to block gambling access, such as NetNanny and Cyber Patrol of Megapari.
We do frequent checks to ascertain the age of our clients to ensure that all of our gamers are of legal drinking age. In rare circumstances, our checks are unable to establish the customer’s age, therefore we seek further information to ensure that the player is of legal drinking age. Personal account availability may be limited, and money may be blocked, until we obtain the relevant information, and the fact that you have achieved the legal age is explicitly established. The legal age for betting and gambling is governed by your country’s legislation and is typically 18 years old. Our consumers must realize that they are the legal guarantors of their Megapari registration.
Our marketing strategies and advertisements do not mislead clients or misrepresent the services that we provide. Customers are advised of their possibilities of winning as well as any potential dangers. Services are supplied at a fee, and excessive spending is discouraged. Please respond “Yes” or “No” to the following questions to determine the extent of your gambling addiction: Is it possible that your spending has gotten out of hand? Do you usually borrow or steal money to keep gambling? Have you recently spent less time with your family and loved ones? Have the comments of people regarding your gaming Services activity begun to anger you? Have you lost interest in your hobbies or favorite pastimes? Are you sad or contemplating suicide as a result of your loss? Have you ever lied to conceal the amount of time or money you spent gambling? If you replied “Yes” to the majority of the following questions,then it is likely that you have a gambling problem.
It is never too late to confess to yourself that you have an addiction and to seek treatment for it. We appreciate our consumers and will never add to the situation. Please read the following recommendations to help you lower your chances of acquiring a gambling addiction: Gambling should not be your primary source of revenue. Set a limit for the amount of money and time you want to spend and stick to it. You should only bet with money you can afford to lose. Avoid the need to pursue your losses. If you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or if you are sad, you should not gamble.
During the self-exclusion period, you must not establish a new Account and you must understand that the Company will have no financial obligation and will not be held otherwise liable if you continue gambling or open a new Account with the Service under a different name or address.