Highlights from the Terms and Conditions of William Hill Bingo

Our view of the Terms of William HillThe Terms and Conditions page of William Hill bingo’s website contains the full information which a player could possibly need in order to execute his well-informed decision to participate in bingo games. In this article, I have highlighted some of the main topics that on my opinion, deserve to be reviewed once more in order to be more confident and relaxed when you proceed with the registration and playing.

You should know that the information placed below is written in accordance with William Hill bingo Terms and conditions as last amended on the 15th of February 2016. If you’re aware of that a newer version of the T&C’s is now available, if you would like to get in touch with me in order to ask me some questions, if you would like to give me some useful suggestions or just want to share some thoughts with me in regards to this article, please feel free to contact me at info@bestbingosites.co.uk .

Please have in mind that this T&C review article shall not be accepted as a legal advice. This is just my way of expressing my opinion on a particular topic with you.

Content of the William Hill Bingo’s Terms of Use

The Terms & Conditions of William Hill Bingo are divided into 35 points, together with the 9 points of the Playtech’s end-user licence agreement. All of them are structured and written in a very user-friendly manner, so the players shall have no problems with receiving the essential information. The only thing that is kind of annoying is the fact that the Terms and conditions info appears in a separate window, which is small and you do not have the option to maximise it and get it in full screen. Of course, that’s not a huge problem, but considering the high standards of everything that is done by William hill, I believe this one deserves improvement.

Below I have listed all of the T&C and end-user agreement points together with my comments of some of them, that I have found important.

1Introduction: Key Definitions and What Makes up Your Terms of Use

2Contracting parties

3Changes to the terms of use

4Opening your account

5Verification of Your Identity; Money Laundering Requirement

6Username, password, pin and customer information

.6.2 All transactions made where Your username and password and/or account number have been entered correctly will be regarded as valid, whether or not authorised by You, and we shall not be liable for any claims in the event that You disclose Your username, password or account number to anyone else (whether deliberately or accidentally)..

Comment: It is highly recommended not to lose an eye on your access device when your account open. All deposits, withdrawals and transactions at all will be accepted as valid ones no matter technically made by you or somebody else. You shall not permit under any circumstances the usage of your gaming account by anybody else. Not to mention is forbidden by law to allow or tolerate underage to use your account.

7Deposits and withdrawals from your account

.7.6 You can set a deposit limit on Your Account in any one day. This limit cannot be increased without giving us twenty-four hours’ notice of Your wish to increase Your deposit limit and only when twenty-four hours have elapsed from Your request for such an increase will the increase apply. For details of how to set up a deposit limit please contact Customer Services, or (where Your Account is for the Website) set up the limit through the Website by clicking on My Account, then Update Account Details. Any confirmed reductions to your deposit limit will be of immediate effect..

Comment: Unlike Spain, where the daily and monthly limits are set by law, in the UK every player may fix the limit of bets and deposits upon their sole discretion. If for any reason you would like to increase the limit, you should wait for a 24 hours after the submission of the notice. That’s just for your own safety so you don’t take any risky or emotional decisions. Be careful when choosing a limit! It’s good to always have in mind that you should accept the participation in bingo games as a way to entertain yourself – to have some fun, but not resolve financial or other personal issues of any kind.

8Legal use of the website

9Placing your bet and/or gaming using the services

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10Remote gaming or betting

11Collusion, cheating, fraud and criminal activity

12Closure of Your Account; Termination of the Terms of Use

13Access to, and use of, the services

14Betting and gaming terms

15Alteration of the website

16Third party software

17IT failure

18Errors or omissions

19Exclusion of our liability

20Breach of the terms of use

21Intellectual property rights

22Viruses, hacking and other offences

23Your personal information

24Use of ‘cookies’ on the website

.24.1 The Website uses ‘cookies’ to track Your use of the internet and to assist the functionality of the Website. A cookie is a small file of text which is downloaded onto Your Access Device when You access the Website and it allows us to recognise when You come back to the Website. We also use cookies for our own analytical purposes so that we can identify where customers have encountered technical problems on the Website, and therefore help us improve our customers’ experience..

Comment: As we have already discussed in previous reviews, the text file or the so-called “cookie” that your browser is downloading when you approach the site of the gaming provider, doesn’t harm your hardware nor will your personal data be at risk. Cookies don’t contain any personal information such as names, address, email etc. They just calculate how often you visit the site, how much time you spend there, and any other information that could be used to measure your activities and are just used for different statistical and analytical purposes. Though if you still have some doubts, you could delete any cookies that are already stored on your access device as easy as they were downloaded. You could even find further info and instructions on the Privacy Policy page of William Hill.

25Complaints and notices

26Transfer of rights and obligations

27Events outside our control

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30Entire agreement

31Third party rights

32Law and jurisdiction

33Responsible gaming/gambling


35Contacting us

Appendix Playtech End-User License Agreement

1Licence to use software


3Your duty to examine legality of use

4No claims and limitation of liability

5Shared poker room network


7Your warranties and representations

8Term and termination

9General provisions

When there are more
tips in the Terms,
then there are more
fun in the games.

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