Financial Problems Due to Gambling
The financial problems of gambling do not occur overnight. At first, you can win in a game like a poker ace(포커에이스) to make up for the loss. Also, you probably didn’t start a huge bet right away. So you don’t lose much money in the first place. But over time, you got bigger and bigger, and your losses got bigger and bigger. To make up for your loss, play more as you will be back again when you get that blockbuster. Unfortunately, it often doesn’t work that way, and many gambling addicts borrow through gambling.
What should I do with gambling debt?
When you are in debt for gambling, it is important to take steps to avoid more debt. This blog describes how gambling can cause financial problems and what you can do about it.
Gambling addiction often has serious consequences. Many gambling addicts suffer from psychological problems, conflicts with family, friends, and partners, and poor performance at school and at work. Another problem that can arise is the increase in debt due to gambling.
Debt can have a significant impact on your daily life. Remember:
• Conflict with family and friends about the money you borrowed and can’t repay
• No more savings
• Have money only for daily purchases
• Unpaid invoice
• Unable to pay arrears or mortgages
Often things get worse if you don’t do anything about the problem.
What can you do?
Most importantly, there are no more new debts. And that means you have to do Stop playing. As long as you continue, your debt will increase and you will not be able to get rid of your financial problems. We recommend that you place a blocker on your PC, laptop, or phone to prevent you from playing. For example, consider GamBlock, Freedom, Betfilter, and so on.
Debt Reschedule Method
Another option if you have a really big problem is to use the Natural Person Debt Rescheduling Method (WSNP). After that, we will officially start the schedule change. You can read how this works in the blog “Gambling and Debt Reschedule”. This is done through court and is only possible with municipal bond counseling or the so-called “agreement procedure” initiated by the Zuidweg & Partner Office on your behalf. If you are an independent contractor and you really can’t get along with a particular party, you can start this process in the same way.