Problem Gambling

For most people, gambling is entertainment - a fun activity that can be enjoyed without harmful effect. But for some, it's not just a game - it's a serious problem that continues even after the fun has gone.

At Bingo Loopy we take our responsibilities seriously. We’re all about low stakes, fun gambling where our customers gamble within the limits of what they can afford.

If you wish to set your own deposit limits, for example set the maximum you can deposit per day/week/month, then please email

Bingo is one of the least addictive forms of gambling but that does not mean you cannot become addicted to it. We monitor all customers’ accounts for signs of problem gambling and take a proactive approach to ensuring our customers play bingo and the other games on the site at sensible and fun levels.

Problem gambling (otherwise known as gambling addiction) can destroy your own life and the lives of those closest to you. If you think you have a problem with controlling your gambling then you should seek expert advice immediately. Contact our customer support team and they will close your account with Bingo Loopy and help you find support near where you live.

You may also want to contact GamCare (, the UK’s leading problem gambling charity. They have an excellent website and discussion forum or you can call them on 0845 6000 133.

Filtering programs

Bingo Loopy is stringent in ensuring that we do not allow any underage gambling and part of this prevention is in assisting our members in preventing their children from entering gambling related sites. The below filtering programs will assist parents in blocking content or websites that they do not wish their children to view:


If you are unsatisfied with any of the above information and wish to make a complaint to the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, please visit the Player Protection section at

Are you addicted?

Some of the warning signs that a person may be suffering from a gambling problem include:

  • Losing time from work or family due to gambling.
  • Repeated failed attempts to stop or control gambling.
  • Borrowing money to gamble or pay gambling debts.
  • Gambling to escape worry or trouble.
  • Neglecting the care of one's self or family in order to gamble.
  • Lying about the amount of time and money spent on gambling.
  • Gambling more money in an attempt to win back losses.
  • Selling or pawning personal possessions to get money to gamble.
  • Feelings of hopelessness, depression, or suicide as a result of gambling.

If you feel you have a gambling problem then we strongly advise you to tackle it as soon as possible. Admitting you have a problem is not a sign of weakness - it is the first step to reclaiming your life.