Tote Self Exclusion

- If you think you are spending too much time or money gambling, or if you feel that you are at risk of developing a gambling problem or believe you currently have a gambling problem, you should consider self-exclusion.

- Self-exclusion allows you to restrict access to your Tote account for a set period of time. You have the option to select a period of time that best suits your needs, ranging from the minimum term of 6-months, up to a maximum of 60-months.

- While there is an active self-exclusion agreement in place on your account, you will be unable to place any bets and you will not be allowed to reactivate your account. You can request to recommence gambling after the self-exclusion period has finished, but you’ll need to complete a 24-hour cooling-off period prior to the account being reactivated.

- Once a self-exclusion has been applied to an account, Tote will remove the customer's name from their mailing and marketing lists as soon as possible. Tote will endeavour to do everything they can to prevent a new account from an excluded customer being opened during the period of self-exclusion. Should you self-exclude from Tote, they strongly recommend that you self-exclude from all other gambling operators you have an account with.

- Once you have self-excluded, Tote also strongly advise that you delete or uninstall all Tote apps or downloads and make sure that all of the notifications have also been disabled. They also recommend that you remove, unfollow and block any Tote related social media. They also advise installing software that blocks access to gambling websites.

- If you are concerned with the amount of time or money you spend gambling, or if you feel that you are at risk of developing a gambling problem or believe you currently have a gambling problem, Tote recommend that you seek support from a problem gambling support service to help you deal with your problem. 

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