Australians who wish to withdraw from online gambling can do so for the rest of their lives.
Just months after the government moved to ban the use of credit cards for online gambling, and weeks after the Labor Party received the final report of its investigation into online gambling, BetStop will begin August 21st. Start operation.
The National Self-Exclusion Register, which will be introduced ahead of the soccer final and the spring racing carnival, is the final step in the National Consumer Protection Framework against online gambling and will help problem gamblers protect themselves from sports betting. is intended to support
Those who sign up for themselves can exclude themselves from the betting service for periods ranging from 3 months to a lifetime.
During the voluntary ban, online and telephone-based betting service providers must not allow listed individuals to open accounts or wager. In addition, the provider must not send marketing materials to that individual.
Social Welfare Minister Amanda Richworth said all the measures the government has taken in just over a year have helped minimize the harm caused by online gambling.
“For many people, it will be life-changing,” she said.
“We know that minimizing the harm caused by online gambling is not something that is decided once and then forgotten, and we are committed to what happens next to continue this positive change. We look forward to working with state and territory officials.”
Communications Minister Michel Rowland said protecting Australians from online gambling is a “key priority” for the Albanian government.
“The launch of BetStop, Australia’s first national self-exclusion register, is a game changer and will make it easier for vulnerable consumers to self-exclude from online betting services,” she said.
“BetStop is the last of ten measures to be implemented under the National Consumer Protection Framework for Online Gambling to empower Australians through stronger consumer protection.”
Online gambling providers must promote BetStop through their websites, apps and marketing materials.
To complement the opening of the register, the government will mandate customer pre-authentication and require online gambling providers to verify the identity of their customers before placing their first bet.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority will be responsible for regulating BetStop.
Australians wishing to cancel their self-exclusion period cannot do so within three months of registration and must sign a statutory declaration confirming that they have obtained counseling and advice on their decision from a qualified professional. There is
Support personnel will also be notified of your request to be removed from the registration.
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