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.