Counselling for gamblers a 'waste of money'
The Australian Council of Churches says a public advertising campaign should tell people the machines are a danger and should not be played on a regular basis.
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Glen Waverley, Australia
#1 May 14, 2012
I think counselling can at least help. Casino's should also put a limit on bets unless people request accounts based on their salary. It's too easy to walk in off the street and bet your life-savings.
I also wonder how many people have gone bankrupt from online gambling.
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