Legal Notice - Terms of website use
Information about us
www.manchester235.com is a site operated by London Clubs International Limited ("We"). We are registered in England and Wales under company number 02862479 and have our registered office at 10 Brick Street, London W1 7HQ.
Our registered office is our main trading address. Our VAT number is
GB 234 6405 77.
We are regulated by the Gambling Commission.
We are a limited company.
Entry to the Casino – Identification
Customers are advised that they will be asked for their Player Rewards Card or their name for any cash transactions @ £500 or over. Any persons conducting cash transactions equivalent to ** €2,000 (Euros) or over on the gaming floor or at the cash desk are advised that we are legally obliged to verify their identity, which may include checks using an independent ID/ fraud prevention agency, before completion of the transaction and before further transactions are permitted. ** A member of gaming staff will be happy to advise you of the current GBP £ exchange rate should you require assistance.
If we have not correctly verified your identity beforehand you are strongly advised to bring a valid form of identification with you, e.g. passport, photo driving licence. We may also check your identity with an independent identity/fraud prevention agency as part of the verification and customer due diligence process.
Please note that you must be over 18 years of age to visit the casino. If you appear to be under the age of 21 you are likely to be challenged by a member of staff to prove your age.
If you have previously produced ID which no longer meets the legal requirements, you will be helped by a member of staff to verify your identity.
Suitable forms of identification are shown below:
Any government issued form of photo ID such as a valid passport, a valid photo card driving licence, or a valid National Identity Card (non-UK Nationals only), or alternatively if you cannot provide one of these we may be able to accept a government issued document without a photograph provided it is supported by a second item of official form of correspondence containing your name and address and/or date of birth such as a utility bill or bank statement (but not any that are printed from the internet and not more than three months old). Please note that we do not accept mobile phone statements of any sort.
Please note that we are not able to accept credit or debit cards as a form of identification on their own although we can accept these when they are accompanied with another form of identification which staff will be happy to advise you of.
Reception staff will be happy to advise you of suitable forms of ID if the above guidelines are unclear.
Management reserves the right to permit entry or refuse admission. Please note that all of our premises are covered by CCTV to ensure that our customers and staff can continue to enjoy our facilities and work in a safe environment.
We hope these arrangements make enjoying our casino even easier for you.
Additional Information – Customer Due Diligence
Why we have to ask...
Sometimes we may have to ask you for more information about yourself and the source of funds you use to game with us. You may be unhappy about this and, although all information you give us is treated in the strictest confidence, you may feel it is an invasion of your privacy, and we understand your feelings.
Sometimes we have to ask for more information about you to ensure that we comply with the law. It’s as simple as that – a legal requirement. The kinds of questions we ask aren’t particular to you or to Caesars Entertainment UK; you can expect similar questions wherever you choose to play regularly. A leaflet explaining the reasons why we may need to ask for more information is available on request at any of our UK casinos.
Just like any bank or financial institution, UK casinos are required by law to be satisfied about the source of their customers’ funds. It doesn’t matter whether you use cash, cards or cheques to pay for your gaming in a casino, the rules still apply. So, if we ask for information, it doesn’t mean that we have any suspicion about you as an individual, because the same rules apply to everybody.
But it’s not all about the law. If we’re asking you for more information it’s likely that you are a regular and valued customer. If we get to know you better by learning more about you we can give you the best possible service and experience every time you visit.
WHAT WILL I BE ASKED?
When you first join us or sign-up for our Player Rewards loyalty scheme, we will ask you to provide some form of identification. This can be a passport, drivers licence or some other recognised, government issued document with a photograph.
We’ll only ask for more information about you if you become a more frequent player, or if you play with larger amounts. For example, we may ask you about your occupation or the source of your funds. If you can give us a business card or company details that will usually be enough.
Occasionally we may ask for additional information or documents to verify what you have told us. Please don’t be offended if we ask for this further information. We’re not asking because we don’t trust you; we’re asking because we have to. The law requires us to record the information.
IS MY PERSONAL INFORMATION SECURE?
Yes, your personal information is secure – and respected. All information you give us is treated in the strictest confidence and used only to meet our legal obligations. Caesars Entertainment UK complies strictly with the requirements of Data Protection legislation.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I DON’T TELL YOU?
We hope we’ve put to rest any concerns you may have about sharing information with us and reassured you about the reasons. If you still feel that you don’t want to provide the information we need, then, by law, we may have no choice but to stop you gaming with us.
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