Abruzzo Club Commitment To Responsible Gambling

The Abruzzo Club is committed to providing the highest standard of customer care and responsible gambling. We recognise that whilst the majority of people who choose to gamble do so for enjoyment and entertainment, there are some people for whom this form of entertainment has become a personal and financial problem. Whilst an individual’s decision to partake in gaming is a personal choice, it is our responsibility to inform our customers about our gaming facilities and promote the services and support available to them should they seek help for problems associated with gambling. Gambling may be a problem if you are:

  • Spending more money and time on gambling than intended
  • Hiding your gambling from other people
  • Borrowing money to pay for living expenses e.g. phone bill, groceries, petrol
  • Losing interest in other activities
  • Finding work or your role as a parent is affected
  • Lying about your gambling
  • Not going to work or home as often

NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO THE ABRUZZO CLUB REWARDS LOYALTY PROGRAM Member Rules

Please be advised that with effect from Monday 16th November 2015, the Abruzzo Club Rewards Loyalty Program Member Rules will be amended. The amended Abruzzo Club Rewards Loyalty Program Member Rules are set out in full below. The amended Rules set out below will replace all previous versions of the Rules with effect from Monday 16th November 2015.

 

Read/Download the New Rules here.

 

Content courtesy of www.problemgambling.vic.gov.au (A Victorian Government Initiative) Gamblers and their families or friends can find gambling support services and self-exclusion programs and the State Government’s problem gambling support website www.problemgambling.vic.gov.au For further information regarding responsible gambling and other initiatives, gamblers and their families or friends can access the Commonwealth Government’s website ‘Understanding Money’ www.understandingmoney.gov.au For immediate help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week contact Gambler’s Help on 1800 858 858 Visit www.gamblinghelponline.org.au for live counselling, online support and self help tools.