Paf Multibrand Limited is committed to doing everything possible to give players an enjoyable playing experience, whilst recognising that gambling can cause problems for a minority of players.
To ensure that you continue to enjoy safe and manageable play, we are fully committed in supporting Responsible Gaming. We have measures in place in order to assist you in maintaining control over your gaming limits.
If you want to evaluate whether to modify or seek help for your gambling behaviour, we encourage you to undertake the Gamblers Anonymous Questionnaire, which can be found here.
You are provided with a Reality Check pop-up reminder every 60 minutes which suspends your gameplay and informs you of the following information;
In order to close the Reality Check pop-up message, you must either confirm you wish to continue or end your existing session. Please note that ending your session will only end the current game window.
Should you wish to take a break from gambling you may do so by opting to ‘timeout’. Should you wish to increase or decrease an existing timeout you may do so by contacting customer support via firstname.lastname@example.org or LiveChat. A notice to increase is affected immediately upon receipt of communication and a decrease carries a 24-hour cooling-off period for definite timeouts whilst indefinite timeout requests have a 7-day cooling-off period. During this period, you will not be permitted to login to your account. Please note that a timeout request is only applicable to this brand and does not close any other accounts which you may hold under our license.
If you feel that you are no longer in control of your gambling, we strongly advise that you self-exclude your account. You may choose to self-exclude yourself for a definite or indefinite period of time. Should you wish to increase an existing self-exclusion you may do so by contacting customer support via email@example.com or LiveChat. A notice to increase is affected immediately upon receipt of communication. Once a time period has been chosen there is no possibility to reduce or revoke your self-exclusion. Any notice of self-exclusion will apply to any account which you may hold under our license. Further to that, you will not be permitted to create any accounts during the time period chosen.
Whilst we endeavour to protect our customers throughout their account journey, should you choose to self-exclude your account, we are unable to identify players who attempt to circumvent their self-exclusion by providing false data in order to create a new account.
In order to best control your gambling, we suggest you set yourself some limits prior to playing. At No Account Bet we offer the following limits:
A notice to increase your limits is affected immediately upon receipt of communication, whilst a notice to decrease your limits carries a 24-hour cooling-off period.
With the Internet so readily accessible in homes around the world, responsible online gambling relies heavily on responsible parenting. In order to ensure child safety on online, Paf Multibrand Limited encourages its players to make use of filtering software to prevent minors from accessing inappropriate online material. It is a legal requirement to be above the age of 18 in order to gamble.
If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, consider seeking assistance from one of these organisations:
We strive to make sure that our players does not play for more money then what they first intended. We understand that there are certain risks with gambling and that excessive gambling can easily lead to problems; both economical and psychological.
If we take a look at a slot machine it often has an RTP of around 96% (Return to Player), which in theory means that the return is 96% of what is wagered. This does not mean that you, as a player, will get back 96% of the money you have wagered, your return to player percentage can bbe both lower and higher.
It is very important that you don’t attempt to win back the money you have lost. With this mindset comes a risk that you’ll end up in a situation that is hard to get out of.