How can one navigate around self-exclusion from online gambling in New Jersey?

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5 months ago

I’ve resorted to gambling online more than I should have and, in an attempt to preserve my finances, I decided to use the self-exclusion feature offered by many New Jersey online casinos. It seemed like a sound solution at the time, but I’ve now found myself in a situation where I still want to enjoy occasional games without breaking my self-imposed boundaries. Is there a way for me to navigate around the self-exclusion I switched on? I’m not looking to re-enter heavy gambling, I just would like some advice on how to manage my exclusion so that I don’t overdo the gaming but can still enjoy it casually.

I understand that the self-exclusion feature is set up to protect gamblers like myself from addiction, hence I was wondering if there’s an officially approved way to revise the arrangement after some time has passed. Specifically, I would like to know if it’s possible to alter the self-exclusion agreement or request a temporary suspension. Also, it would be useful to know how the regulations in New Jersey handle these self-exclusion rules, just to ensure I am in line with the law.

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5 months ago

I understand where you’re coming from, since I was in a similar situation few years back. If you’ve put yourself on a self-exclusion list in New Jersey, I believe there’s usually a set period for the exclusion, either one year, five years, or lifetime. As per the rules, there’s no official way to remove yourself from the list before the chosen period expires. It can seem frustrating, I know, but the rule is there to protect us. Instead, you could explore other activities that could divert your attention when the urge to gamble strikes. Have you tried any other types of casual gaming that don’t involve gambling?

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