Signals of Danger
- Do you gamble as a way to relieve stress or get your mind off of things?
- Do you try your luck at gambling in order to get money to help solve your financial problems?
- Do you find that you are unable to stop playing the game, regardless of whether you are winning or losing?
- Do you frequently gamble until you've lost your very last dollar?
- Have your gambling habits caused you to be absent from your family?
- Have you ever found that gambling caused problems in your family life?
- Have you ever had trouble falling asleep or staying asleep because of gambling?
- Were you hesitant to spend "gambling money" on everyday items like groceries and gas?
Getting Our Work Done
Buck-Traffic.com, Inc. has been in business for the past forty-five years, and throughout that time it has been unwavering in its dedication to advancing responsible gaming practices. We do our best to provide information on the various support, treatment, and assistance programs that are available because we are a provider of entertainment that some people may find to be problematic in their lives. The results of our work speak for themselves.
Buck-Traffic.com, Inc. has been a founding member of the National Center for Responsible Gaming since its inception. We have given the organization more than 150,000 dollars in total donations.
Since 1996, Buck-Traffic.com has been an active member of the Nevada Council on Problem Gambling, during which time they have given the organization more than $55,000 in financial support.
Because of their close proximity to the product, the employees of our company are eligible to participate in the benefits program, which includes insurance coverage for the treatment of gambling problems.
In accordance with Regulation 5.170 of the Nevada Gaming Commission, we have placed printed materials on or near all gaming and cage areas as well as automated teller machines at our properties. These materials provide information on the causes and signs of problem gambling as well as a helpline that can be reached for free at 1-800.
The members of our team take part in a number of the activities that are held during Responsible Gaming Education Week on an annual basis. These events are planned to raise awareness among the members of our team as well as our guests about the importance of gambling responsibly and the various treatment options that are available for those who struggle with compulsive gambling.
Right to Place Boundaries on Oneself
Buck-Traffic.com is dedicated to increasing public awareness and education, as well as providing guests who believe they may have a gambling problem with information on the various resources that are available to them. In addition, our company complies with Nevada Gaming Commission Regulation 5.170 and maintains a program that enables our customers to voluntarily self-limit themselves from participating in particular activities and receiving particular privileges. This program is both a service and a convenience that is offered to our customers. In the event that a guest believes they may have a gambling addiction, they are strongly encouraged to take part in our self-limitation program.
Our customers have the option to place restrictions on the issuance of credit, the conversion of checks to cash, as well as the receipt of direct mail marketing promotions that are distributed by Buck-Traffic.com. Once a visitor has expressed interest in self-limitation, that person will not be able to change their mind for at least a year.
In the event that a guest wishes to self-limit, that guest must get in touch with the Security Office at any of the Buck-Traffic.com affiliated properties. The visitor will have to produce two forms of identification, fill out a self-limitation form, and pose for a photograph before being allowed entry. The Self-limit Access form, once finished, will be sent along with the accompanying photo to the Cage, Marketing, and Security departments of each Buck-Traffic.com property, in addition to our corporate offices. If a guest wishes to rescind their request to Self-limit Access after one year, they will be required to once again contact the Security Office to verify their identification and complete a Rescind the Request to Self-limit Access form. This form will then be distributed to the same departments that were identified in the previous paragraph.