Some Tips for Ladbrokes Terms and Conditions
The information placed on the Terms and Conditions page of Ladbrokes website is quite comprehensive. You’ll be able to find exactly what you need to know for all products provided by the company, including bingo. I prepared this page based on the Terms and Conditions as updated on 27th March 2015. It is possible that, by the time you read this, they get updated and therefore, some changes to this page may be required. If you wish to inform me about anything, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will do my best to make the necessary corrections as soon as possible. Also if you have any questions about anything you read here, do not hesitate to contact me at the same email address.
As always, please don’t accept any part of this article as legal advice.
Contents of the T & C at Ladbrokes
The Terms and Conditions are written very well, and are extremely easy to understand. They are divided into 41 logical paragraphs, which allows you to see the full picture. I have read through the entire contents, noticing that the topics are very common and can be found in almost every gambling operator’s T&C page. This is why I’ve highlighted some of them that I think could be interesting to many players. I’ve left a brief comment after each of the topics I’ve chosen.
4Access to and Use of the Website
5Registration and Account Security
7Opening and Maintaining your Account
.7.1. Customers may open only one account. Should we identify any customer with more than one account we reserve the right to close such accounts..
Comment: No gambling operator will allow you to have more than one account on their platform. That is against their bonus policy and fair play, because it will give you a better position and a higher chance of winning against other players.
8Depositing and Withdrawing Funds
.8.2. We do not charge you for withdrawals to debit or credit cards or via bank transfer to bank accounts..
Comment: It is good to know that you can freely make withdrawals to your bank cards or bank account, without owing any fees to the operator. Otherwise, it could be very annoying to realise that part of your money was deducted for some reason.
9Payment of Winnings
10Placing a Bet
11Placing a Bet through the Text Betting Service
12Placing a Bet on the Exchange
13Cancelling an Offer on the Exchange
.15.3. In order to avoid the abuse of promotions offered by Ladbrokes from time to time, Cash Out is not available in respect of free bets, bets placed using non-withdrawable funds or any bets placed which would qualify customers to receive a free bet, bonus or promotion..
Comment: It is very important to clarify here, that you may not cash out your free bets and bonuses. That’s only possible if it is in accordance with the withdrawal policy of the particular operator. Some of the operators have requirements in regards to cashing out these amounts, such as a number of games have to be played with the bonuses before it is possible for them to be withdrawn.
18Errors in Relation to Sportsbook markets
19Errors in Relation to Exchange markets
20Termination of Account
21Consequences of Termination
22Information we Collect about You
24Intellectual Property Rights
26Links from Our Website
27Uploading Content to our Website
30Limitation of Liability
33Compliance with Laws
34Withholding Payment and Our Right to Offset Liability
37No Partnership, Agency, etc
38Assignment, Transfer, etc
39Third Party Rights
40Law and Jurisdiction
Comment: You should be aware that this site, the communication between you and the operator, any claims, disputes or eventual lawsuits, shall be resolved in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.
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