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Our Consultants are available seven days a week to deal with media enquiries. Whether it is about the developing national debate on FOBTs; or local concern in your area, please get in touch.

 

If you represent a Local Authority and would like to speak to us about the impact of FOBTs and betting shop proliferation in your area, our consultants can provide advice and support.

 

If you want to support the campaign in your local area, follow us on Twitter and Facebook, sign up for our monthly Newsletter and get in touch with Matt.

 

Have you got anecdotal evidence of crime and disorder stemming from FOBTs, or their impact on you or your family? Share your experience with us.

 

Matt Zarb-Cousin – Matt@fairergambling.org

Media enquiries – info@stopthefobts.org

 

Telephone – 0203 600 0167

 

Alternatively you can complete the form below – your details and the nature of your enquiry will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

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Anonymous testimonial 3, February 2013

“Firstly, thank you for starting this campaign. I am with it 100% and offer my services in any shape or form that can assist. I lived in NZ for a number of years, and have always gambled but never thought I had an addiction. 2 years ago I returned and started playing these machines. It is a similar story as you will hear all the time. It starts with small bets, and eventually 100 pound spins losing thousands. I won't go into it too much, but these machines are terrible and I know and have seen many more people like me that can't walk past a bookies without donating money to the bookies relief appeal. I am now in remission and have counselling. These things very nearly killed me, and I’ve lost most of my family. I am sick to death of bookmakers opening new shops and advertising constantly. This country is turning into 1 big casino. I am happy to provide further info if required. Thank you for taking the time to do this.”
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