ACCORD Hospice Lottery Terms & Conditions
The ACCORD Hospice Lottery is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission, under the Gambling Act 2005. Website: www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk License No. 37978.
Promoter: Accord Hospice, 7 Morton Avenue, Paisley, PA2 7BW
Responsible Person: Alastair Crae
Terms and Conditions:
- 1) Your purchase of ACCORD Hospice Lottery entries is from ACCORD Hospice (“The Promoter”), solely in accordance with the terms under which the Charity from time to time promotes its lotteries.
- 2) All proceeds from the Lottery go to ACCORD Hospice (Registered office address: 7 Morton Avenue, Paisley, PA2 7BW)
3) You represent and agree that;
a) You are 16 years of age or over
b) You are a resident of Great Britain
c) You will not buy or purport to buy an entry to this lottery on behalf of anybody under the age of 16
d) You will provide accurate entry information, including your name, personal address, telephone number and email address and accept that it is your responsibility to keep us informed of any changes as soon as they arise.
- 4) You agree that you shall not be entitled to receive any prize if you are unable to substantiate to the Promoter your representations under paragraphs 3 (a), (b) and (c) above.
- 5) You accept that the ACCORD Hospice Lottery is regulated by the Gambling Commission and that in certain circumstances we may be unable to provide refunds or replacements once you have purchased your lottery entries.
- 6) The prizes for the ACCORD Hospice Lottery are printed on the leaflets / tickets provided and are advertised on the ACCORD Hospice website www.accordhospice.org.uk. There are no alternatives to any prize and no interest is payable. Prizes will be paid by cheque and posted to the winners within 14 days. Entrants will be notified as to any change in the prize structure.
- 7) The cost of each entry is £1 per play. Members may purchase more than one entry and payment must be made in advance by one of the methods permitted and will be held as customers funds. Players’ lottery entry money (which has the same definition as ‘customer funds’ as defined in clause 4 of the Gambling Commission’s Licensing Conditions and Codes of Practice) will be held in a separate bank account so that, in the unlikely event of the insolvency of ACCORD Hospice, such funds will be protected.
- 8) The Promoter may (without giving any reason or notice at its absolute discretion) decline to accept an application, cancel an existing subscription, or terminate or suspend the lottery scheme.
- 9) The Promoter will conduct the lottery draw every Friday. The draw will be made utilising a Random Number Generator (RNG) that has been tested and approved by an independent, Gambling Commission approved, third-party test house.
- 10) The winning numbers will be on the ACCORD Hospice website www.accordhospice.org.uk and shops, will be available via the Lottery Office Helpline from the following working day and published in the Paisley Daily Express. Please telephone 0141 581 2020 (Monday-Friday 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.).
- 11) No liability is accepted for the loss, theft or delayed receipt of any communication.
- 12) The Promoter is not responsible for any delay in bank payments.
- 13) The Promoter operates a Complaints and Disputes Procedure which is available via ACCORD Hospice website: www.accordhospice.org.uk and which will also be made available to customers upon request.
- 14) ACCORD Hospice is committed to ensure that information about how to gamble responsibly and how to access information and help in respect of problem gambling is readily available to all. Please refer to our Responsible Gambling Guide which is available via the ACCORD Hospice website www.accordhospice.org.uk, or request further information via the Lottery Helpline on 0141 581 2020.
- 15) Any cancellation of an existing subscription will not affect your prior purchase of Lottery entries nor your rights as a holder of such entries, providing that you have complied with the foregoing obligations.
- 16) The Promoter’s decisions made pursuant to the Rules shall, once made, shall be final and binding.