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If you wish to be excluded from our lottery because you have Gambling issues please download, complete and return the form to ourselves.
The Unity Lottery takes great care to ensure that the information posted on this website is the most accurate and reliable information available. However, we do not guarantee the accuracy of any information on or accessed through this website. We cannot accept any liability for loss or damage including, without limitation, any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage or other losses or damage of any direct, indirect or consequential loss or damage or other losses or damage of whatsoever nature arising out of or relating to the use of this site or its contents.
It should be noted that Unity, as operated by Sterling Management Centre Ltd is in no way associated with Camelot Group plc or any other company related to the National Lottery (Lotto).
Through this website, you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of Unity. We have no control over the nature, content, and availability of those sites. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them.
Every effort is made to keep the website up and running smoothly. However, Unity takes no responsibility for, and will not be liable for, the website being temporarily unavailable due to technical issues beyond our control.
No part of this website may be republished, reproduced, downloaded, displayed, distributed, posted, transmitted or sold in any form or by any means in whole or in part without prior permission from us. Users of this website may not reproduce or reuse, for any commercial purpose whatsoever, any aspect of the website content.
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Unity respects the privacy of all users of our website. We take necessary measures to ensure that all personal information in our care is handled sensitively and confidentially in accordance with all legal regulations set out by the Information Commissioner's Office. Unity is fully compliant with the United Kingdon Data Protection Act 1998, the Human Rights Act 1998, in the collection and processing of personal information. In using our services, you consent to the use of personal information as set out below. Any personal information collected will be used solely for the purpose of providing our services and administering the Unity lottery. We will not hold personal information for any longer than is necessary for these purposes.
All our employees who have access to personal information are obliged to respect the confidentiality of the personal information in our care.
We may share your information with third parties if you have indicated that you would like us to do so. If you have consented to Unity granting access to your personal information to selected third parties, your consent to us processing your personal information for the purposes of providing details of other products or services. Processing of your personal information by any third party will be in accordance with the privacy practices of that third party. We will not sell your personal information to third parties. You have the right to amend, update or delete any of the personal information that we hold. We may request that you provide further information and identification to enable us to comply with your request.
The Unity Lottery makes every effort to behave in a socially responsible manner. It is illegal for anyone under 16 to play Unity and we have measures in place to ensure we do everything in our power to control underage playing. Unity is an incentivized means of supporting your charity. However, before entering into any scheme which involves speculative spending, you are advised to remember the following:-
You should NOT attempt to gamble back money you have lost
If you think you may have a problem with gambling, contact the National Gambling Helpline confidentially on 0808 802 0133. Alternatively, please visit begambleaware.org
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Sterling Management Centre Ltd is committed to providing excellent levels of service. We are constantly striving to meet the rising expectations of our clients and their members, and we welcome feedback on where our services can be improved or where your expectations have not been met.
Issues of concern to our clients and their members can usually be resolved by talking them through with one of our telephonists. A telephone log sheet is completed at the same time of the call, detailing the caller's contact details, who took the call, nature of the complaint and how the complaint was resolved. However, we recognize that sometimes this may not be appropriate, or you may feel your concerns have not been properly addressed after talking them through with us.
We actively encourage our clients and their members to use our Complaints Procedure so that issues and concerns can be raised with management and addressed appropriately. This publication explains how the Complaints Procedure works, what you need to do and what you can expect. There are two levels – head of department and senior management.
If we haven’t reasonably met your expectations or you wish to make a complaint relating to services or facilities provided by one of our staff you should write or e-mail in the first instance to the head of the department.
In expressing concerns it is helpful to include all relevant details such as nature of the complaint, date, people contacted and the other circumstances relating to your complaint. This helps us to quickly and fully understand the nature of your complaint and begin our investigations.
Once we have received your complaint the head of the department or one of his/her colleagues will acknowledge receipt of your letter in writing within 48 hours and you can normally expect a full written response within 10 working days of this acknowledgment. Our aim is to resolve the complaint to your complete satisfaction at this level.
If, after receiving our response at the 1st level you feel that your concerns have not been fully addressed you can ask for your complaint to be referred to the Senior Management.
You can normally expect a full written response to your complaint within 10 working days of our acknowledgment of the complaint reaching the 2nd level. It may be necessary for additional information to be sought from an external source. When this is necessary and we feel it may not be possible to respond to your complaint within 10 working days we will contact you again. We will explain our reasons for asking for a time extension and seek your approval.
If a satisfactory resolution can not be reached then the matter can be referred to an independent arbiter. We use IBAS (Independent Betting Adjudication Service) for this purpose – www.ibas-uk.com