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    top tip for the future

    Rather than have dozens/hundreds of gambling transactions on your bank statement, set up a Neteller/Skrill account fund that, then use that to fund the gambling sites

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarbera View Post
    top tip for the future

    Rather than have dozens/hundreds of gambling transactions on your bank statement, set up a Neteller/Skrill account fund that, then use that to fund the gambling sites


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    I think when they see the multi thousand pound transaction they will be concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ITContractor20 View Post
    I think when they see the multi thousand pound transaction they will be concerned.
    I don't think they would care one jot, it's your money to spend on

    Gambling
    Cars
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    Smarties

    Whatever takes your fancy, it's not a crime to gamble, nor does it make you more of a risk than someone who buys a fancy car they can't afford

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarbera View Post
    I don't think they would care one jot, it's your money to spend on

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    Whatever takes your fancy, it's not a crime to gamble, nor does it make you more of a risk than someone who buys a fancy car they can't afford
    The addictive nature of gambling does (not the OP, just in general terms).
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    The addictive nature of gambling does (not the OP, just in general terms).
    Like smoking and drinking alcohol, going to the gym, church etc - yes all addictive I suppose, still can't see why you would be a bigger risk in a SC role.

    I would rather trust a gambler than say someone who believed in the sky fairy, trump or a vote leaver
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    Quote Originally Posted by tarbera View Post
    I would rather trust a gambler than say someone who believed in the sky fairy, trump or a vote leaver
    Not with your money you wouldn't
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    Well I have lost a significant amount to gambling this year. 40k at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ITContractor20 View Post
    Well I have lost a significant amount to gambling this year. 40k at least.
    And have you stopped or is that number just going to carry on going up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    And have you stopped or is that number just going to carry on going up?

    Yeah I am taking a break from gambling

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