'I Lost My Job, Marriage and £750000 to Gambling' - Former Addict Tells All

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Oct/31/2017

The Crack Cocaine of Gambling - The Government is to cut the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals from £100 to between £2 and £50. Dubbed the 'crack cocaine of gambling', the machines are said to be dangerously addictive.  And with all of this going on, one woman has revealed her horrifying story of addiction to ITV here.   Yes, she lost £750,000 to gambling on these damn machines.  OUCH!!!

The Failure to Reform Betting Lets Down Gambling Addicts Such as My Dad – In 2014, my father David, was sent to prison for fraud.  He stole £50,000 from his employers to fund his gambling addiction.  Read More Here

- Compiled by Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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