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Welcome on Board – Our Team Is Getting Bigger and Stronger!

Welcome on Board, New TeammatesWe are glad to announce that our site is getting more and more attention from the bingo community and so we’ve decided to take the next step and make our team even more effective by recruiting two new promising teammates who will be our legal experts. These very enthusiastic young fellows are in their 20s and are still students at two prestigious UK universities. We will use their help to read the Terms and Conditions of the operators we review because you know that sometimes the fine print can be pretty tricky. We decided to entrust them with this task, rather than contacting legal advisors because our goal is to help the players with the interpretation of the T&Cs, but by no means do we want to act as legal advisors and become a medium for solving legal conflicts between players and operators. Our only intention is to pinpoint some important parts of the conditions and make them easy to understand for regular people without any legal education. So let us present you our new teammates.

Fred Miles, 22, comes from Southampton and is currently a student at the Southampton Solent University. He is fluent in German and is really interested in German history and culture. By a happy chance, he is also really keen on bingo and slots. These interests combined with his education make him a perfect fit for our team. After writing his first article, Fred reported being: ‘Really eager to help the bingo community. I am convinced that my articles will be useful and that I am doing this for a good cause. The team behind the site is highly expert so I already feel challenged and want to live up to their expectations’.

Mitchel Bennet, 26, is a Londoner and studies at the prestigious Kingston Law School. He is in the middle of his International Law course, so it will be another two years before he becomes a degree qualified professional. As he puts it: ‘I see this job as an opportunity to practice what I’ve learned and a chance to contribute to a large-scale project that involves a lot of experienced people.’ Mitchel says he is not an avid bingo player but he enjoys slots. Maybe now he will give bingo a try and we hope he likes it.