While you're scrimping on the things you love, you see other people enjoying the financial freedom to do the things they love... and they never have to choose between paying bills, automatically saving for their future, or living a Rich Life.
There is some risk that some users go on to gamble properly but there's no saying they wouldn't have done that regardless if they are a natural risk taker. That's not up to us to judge, but I just wanted to clarify our position on this! As you say, it's important to be careful.
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Third, you only have a paper profit”. Oh, it's real money … but its tied up in the bookie's account. So until you go to the bookie and withdraw your winnings back to your bank account, it's not ready money” to pay your weekly shopping bill say.
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