It is important for anyone wishing to gamble online or on a mobile device that they fully understand the risks of doing so, as you do run the risk of losing any deposits you make, and there are never any guarantees that you are going to win.
As such we would strongly advise all real money players to first set themselves a budget that they can comfortably afford, and that each player should stick to their gambling limits too, and stop gambling once they have reached their limit or any time before they have reached that limit.
When you log into most bingo sites or any type of gambling sites that are licensed and regulated you will additionally be given the option of setting your own individual single session gambling limits, which will allow you to preset things such as how much you deposit, how long you play for and also how much you are prepared to lose on that session too.
If you feel that your gambling is getting out of hand there are two ways that you can restrict your own access to gambling sites, the first is by you requesting that you take a break from the gambling site for a set period of time.
The other option is to self exclude from a gambling site. Both online and mobile gambling sites will allow you to self exclude yourself by requesting that you are affectively banned from that site, and by self excluding you are not going to be able to continue to play and gamble at those sites.
Keep in mind that there is help and support available to anyone who is experiencing any type of problem with gambling, and one of the best organisations we can suggest is the GamCare website, they offer practical help and support to anyone who is experiencing a gambling problem or to anyone who is worried about a friend or family member affected by gambling.
If you wish to find out additional information in regards to game fairness and how online and mobile bingo and gambling sites in general are licensed and how they have to adhere to a gaming authorities licensing requirements please pay a visit to the UK Gambling Commission website.
If you live in the United Kingdom the minimum legal age to gamble online is 18 and as such you will need to be at the very least 18 years of game or older to gamble legally.
However, different countries will have their own legal requirements in regards to the minimum legal age to gamble so please ensure you check with the gaming commission on authority in your country of residence to ensure you are old enough to gamble online.