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July 7, 2016
February 13, 2014
Thanks for your post - most people find that contacting their bank directly is the best way to put limits on their card - all banks are different but they can look at lowering your withdrawal limit so that you are unable to withdraw large sums of cash at a time. Another option might be to give control of your cards over to a trusted person and only keep small amounts of cash on you at a time.
Often it can help to talk to a counsellor about some strategies that can help - eg. self exclusion is a great option if you're feeling like you don't have control of your gambling. If you call up the Gambling Helpline on 1800 858 858 a counsellor can point you in the right direction and even refer you to some free face to face counselling.
all the best,
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