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Marie Curie is committed to ensuring that our raffles, prize draws and Weekly Lottery are operated in a secure, fair and socially responsible way and to endorsing responsible gambling amongst our members.
We are also committed to financially supporting efforts to tackle problem gambling, through our membership of the Lotteries Council, which makes a contribution to the Responsible Gambling Trust on behalf of all members. The Responsible Gambling Trust raises funds to support its research, education, and the treatment of problem gambling.
In order to promote socially responsible gambling, Marie Curie places a limit on the number of tickets that can be purchased for each of the gambling products based on guidance from the UK Gambling Commission.
Please see our Responsible Gambling Policy for further information.
Most people gamble responsibly but the following tips may help ensure that you keep your gambling under control.
For a few, gambling can become addictive. If you are worried about the amount you are spending or you are concerned that a friend or relative is developing a gambling habit, seek help before it becomes a problem.
The danger signs are when:
If you recognise any of these signs, it is likely a problem exists.
Generally, as raffles and the Weekly Lottery are low-stakes gambling products, and there are restrictions on how many tickets you can buy, we are unlikely to see these characteristics in supporters. These outlines are built around general gambling products and are more applicable to people who go to betting shops or to casinos. However, the same principles apply.
On the rare occasions where suspected problem gambling behaviour is identified, Marie Curie investigates fully into the nature of these purchases.
This includes gambling online, via interactive TV or by mobile phone. Here’s some advice about gambling remotely:
You can ask to be self-excluded from our site and there is also software that blocks access to all online gambling sites. Refer to a search engine to find these. Our Self-Exclusion Form can be downloaded here.
For friendly and helpful advice from specially trained counsellors call the GamCare helpline on 0845 6000 133. It’s open between 8am and midnight, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Outside hours calls are taken by a message service. You can also visit the Be Gamble Aware website.
Only people over the age of 18 can make purchases or register with goodwaystowin.com. We reserve the right to ask for age verification information. Furthermore, we reserve the right to suspend accounts until proof of age is provided.
Anyone registering illegally will have their account deleted, any prizes cancelled and money purchases refunded.
If you share your computer with friends or family members under the age of 18, we recommend that you use applications that restrict access.
As part of our membership to the Lotteries Council, we have an arrangement with IBAS, the Independent Betting Adjudication Service Ltd. as an impartial adjudicator on disputes that arise between gambling operators and their customers. For more information on how this protects your playing please contact us.