Wager Responsibly

Greyhound Channel is committed to ensuring that all of its customers enjoy its wagering products responsibly. Part of this commitment is Greyhound Channel's Responsible Wagering Program. Our commitment will include the following guidelines:

  1. Credit Policy - To ensure responsible wagering, daily, weekly and monthly credit card velocity limits for deposits have been established.
  2. Wager Responsibly - All of Greyhound Channel employees have been trained on signs of a problem gambler. If detected, the Greyhound Channel Center staff will seek to provide the necessary assistance.


The National Council's nationwide help line offers unparalleled flexibility, due to it decentralized structure. When 800-522-4700 is dialed from anywhere within the U.S., the caller is instantly routed to the predetermined call center that has responsibility for the area where the call originated. Each answering location has problem gambling-specific resources and information for their particular geographical area. An important aspect of the NCPG help line is its seamless computer switching system. Most other help lines serve only a limited area, usually a state. These numbers are often blocked to callers outside the state. Of course, many people cross state lines to buy a lottery ticket or visit a casino. The NCPG helpline is the only number that is guaranteed to work across the nation.

Visit the National Council on Problem Gambling Site


Compulsive gambling is not easily detected. A person with a gambling problem will go to great lengths to keep the secret.


Some of the indicators that a person may have a gambling problem include:

  1. Losing time from work or family due to gambling
  2. Repeated failed attempts to stop or control gambling
  3. Borrowing money to gamble or pay gambling debts
  4. Gambling to escape worry or trouble
  5. Neglecting the care of one's self or family in order to gamble
  6. Lying about the amount of time and money spent on gambling
  7. Gambling more money in an attempt to win back losses (chasing)
  8. Selling or pawning personal possessions to get money to gamble
  9. Feelings of hopelessness, depression, or suicide as a result of gambling
  10. A sudden need for money/loans
  11. Secrecy and avoidance when questioned about time and money

To find out more about the National Council on Problem Gambling call 1-800-522-4700 or visit their website at www.NCPGambling.org