It’s nearly Christmas and I’ve been celebrating it (and will continue to do so) by sending you a variety of special offers and gifts between now and the end of the year.
Today isn’t too dissimilar in that – if you take action – we could all benefit from a quite wonderful gift: the gift of bookmaker fair play.
“Fair play from the bookies!” you say “Don’t be daft”…
And yet it might be a lot closer than you think.
You see, following on from Peter’s email last week which mentioned the Justice For Punters campaign, I’ve been delighted to see that JFP have now released a leaflet letting you know exactly what you can do to aid the current investigation into online gambling…
You can read the leaflet here.
This is undoubtedly the biggest development in the fight for fair play so far – it’s not another petition that may never be read by the right people, it’s a proper investigation by an organisation, the Competition and Markets Authority, with the power to change things.
There is however one small catch…
They need evidence from bettors like you and I if they are going to be able to put an end to these practises that we hate so much – practises like ludicrous rollover requirements and other complex small print on bookie bonuses and practises like unfair account restrictions and closures with no right to reply.
Fortunately it couldn’t be easier to send them your evidence…
In fact, all it takes is one email to: Gambling@cma.gsi.gov.uk.
The JFP leaflet provides full details on the investigation, along with a few template emails to get you started, so please do read it and please DO email the investigation.
If enough of us do this then we could all end up with the best betting present possible in 2016 – something approaching a level playing field.
You can read the leaflet and take action here.
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