Freebets.com supports the advertising regulatory authorities in their aims to ensure gambling advertising is clear, fair and socially responsible by complying fully with current regulation. We share the same goals as the Gambling Commission, Committee for Advertising Practise (CAP) and the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) among others in regard to protecting children, young people and other vulnerable people from being harmed or exploited by gambling advertisements.
Guidance on free bets and bonus offers requires marketers such as us to give appropriate prominence to significant terms and conditions associated with advertised offers.
We aim to provide our visitors with all the important information required to make an informed decision before parting with personal details and entering into a financial transaction with any of the operators featured on our website.
Care is taken to avoid misleading visitors by providing clear information regarding deposit, staking and wagering requirements and other important terms for advertised offers.
Further Information on advertising free bets and bonuses
You can find out more about guidance on the advertising of free bets from the regulatory authorities below.
- CAP – Guidance on the rules for gambling advertisements
- Gambling Commission – License conditions and codes of practise (Operators)
- Citizens Advice – Consumer protection from unfair trading
Spread Betting and Financial Instruments
Regulations with regard to spread betting and financial trading have additional legal requirements which are covered by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The most important thing to understand is the high level of risk associated with spread betting and trading financial commodities where losses can exceed the initial deposit.
Find out more about financial services and their obligation to providing clear and fair contracts by following the link below.
How To Make A Complaint
Trading regulations offer consumers protection against misleading information, creating confusion with competitor’s products and failing to meet advertised commitments.
If you believe you have been misled or exploited by gambling advertisements or in the case of financial products, entered into an unfair contract, you can make a complaint to the one or more of the regulatory bodies below.
- CAP/ASA – Make a complaint or call 020 7492 2222
- Gambling Commission – How do I complain about a gambling advertisement or call 0121 230 6720
- Citizens Advice – Reporting a problem to Trading Standards or call 03454 040 505
- FCA – Report a misleading advert or call 0800 111 6768
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