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Friday, August 9, 2013

More propaganda from the number one enabler of compulsive casino gambling!

The majority of the Gambling Industry's $$$ come from Gambling Addicts.

Massachusetts 'GAMING' Future

More propaganda from the number one enabler of compulsive casino gambling!

If the (AGA) really cared about Responsible Gaming they would support my safeguard ‘CASINO MONTHLY STATEMENTS.’ The statements will only be sent to the Reward Card holders who have winnings and losses that are equal to or greater than $500. The casino Reward Card holders make up 90% of a casino patron data base. The casino operators know every dollar and time spent by those patrons who are enrolled in these programs. In other words they know when their patrons are gambling excessively. These statements would enable gamblers and their family members to spot one's gambling problem before it gets out of hand. Who knows how many individuals and their innocent loved ones would be in a better domestic and financial situation when being made aware, month after month, of their wins and mostly LOSSES in black and white.

August 9, 2013 - American Gaming Association (AGA)

As we wrap up Responsible Gaming Education Week, we want to remind all of our FB friends that responsible gaming is something you should think about all year round. The AGA and National Center for Responsible Gaming websites are great places to find all responsible gaming resources you need.

Responsible Gaming

Responsible gaming is an issue of prime importance to the gaming industry, and the AGA, its member companies and their employees are committed to making responsible gaming a priority. By funding scientific, peer-reviewed research on gambling disorders, following the guidelines of the AGA Code of Conduct for Responsible Gaming and educating the public about the odds of games and making responsible decisions about when and how to gamble, the gaming industry demonstrates that responsible gaming is a fundamental part of how it does business.

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