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A bad bet- gambling problems.

March 24th, 2010 Wantland Posted in Bankruptcy, Gambling Debt 4 Comments »

It’s a gamble.

It’s moments before my trip to Sin City. Like a lot of people, I enjoy a good bet. For some people, no bet is good.

Last year I saw people lose homes, wives, and cars because of the inability to deal with gambling addiction. Gambling is a source of entertainment- not a way to make money. NEVER go to the casino to try and make money for the mortgage, child support, or as a way to “make a living”.

Here are some signs of problem gambling: • Losing more than you planned. • Friends and family telling you that you have a problem • You feel bad about gambling • You want to stop but “just can’t” • You’re hiding your gambling from people • You are borrowing money to gamble • You are taking time from work and school to gamble. It you think you have a gambling problem, call, 800-522-4700.

I see people that have gambling problems. Bankruptcy can help. First, you need to help yourself.

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