Terms and Conditions

The Cashfax Lottery is operated as part of the National Youth and Community Development Association family and its NYCDA Weekly Draw. Here are their rules to which we adhere.

1, The NYCDA Weekly Draw is managed and promoted in line with the constitution by National Youth and Community Development Association, operating in accordance with the Gambling Act 2005 and registered with the Gambling Commission under license number 000-005-166-006 and all associated regulatory returns are carried out accordingly. For more information onNYCDA go to www.nycda.co.uk

2, An entry in the competition is valid only if the subscription is paid for the appropriate weeks draw. The entry must be correctly marked as paid for the appropriate weeks draw in the societies records and the Clubs offices at the time of the draw.

3, It is the responsibility of members to ensure that the correct name and address has been recorded against their membership and reference numbers and that their agent has recorded their entry as paid for the appropriate weeks draw.

4, An entry not correctly marked,or left unmarked,will count as unsold and cannot win a prize.

5, Each member will be issued with two prefix letters and seven separate four digit numbers.To win a prize,the members prefix letters and numbers must match exactly the winning number drawn.

6, All members must be registered by name and address. Nom-de-plumes will not be accepted.

7, All prefixes and numbers are issued by the promoter, on behalf of the NYCDA. Any alteration of prefixes or numbers shown on membership cards will be considered void.

8, All prizes will be paid direct to winners unless alternative arrangements have been made. No claims are required- winners will be paid automatically. A result sheet showing winning entries will be published each week and winning numbers can be found at www.nycda.co.uk or at www.cashfaxlottery.co.uk. No responsibility can be accepted for any error,misprint or omission and the official winners list will be available for inspection at the NYCDA offices.

9, The draw will be made each week at a time and place arranged by the NYCDA. This will be the date of the lottery(as defined in the 1976 Lotteries and amusements Act) and details of the winners will be announced on a basis determined by the Promoter during the week following the draw. All members may, if they wish,attend the draw and may be invited to participate in the draw.

10, If, when the draw is made, an entry determined by a particular prefix letter and number is found to be  unsold,then another prefix letter and number will be drawn until the prize is won,unless the prize is designated as a rollover.

11, Additional prizes and consolation prizes may be paid from time to time at the discretion of the Society.

12, Agents are considered to be acting on behalf of members. No responsibility can be accepted for any loss caused by the default, neglect or error of any agent.

13, The competition is open to any person of 16 years of age or over.Proof of D.O.B must be obtained when members age is in doubt.It is an offence for anyone to sell a Lottery ticket to a person who is under the age of 16. It is an offence for a person under the age of 16 to purchase a Lottery ticket.  Any funds found to be acquired from someone under the age of 16 will be refunded in full, with a request of the winnings to be returned and the membership will be cancelled.

14, In the event of a complaint or dispute,all enquiries should in the first instance be made to the CashFax Lotteries office on 01422 342792. In the event of there being no satisfactory resolution, the complaint should be made in writing to the Licensee,NYCDA, 1-2 Frenchville Street,Bury,BL9 0UF. Finally, all members have recourse to make their complaint to the independent Betting Adjudication Service (IBAS) to obtain an adjudication form.

15, We operate a self exclusion policy for members who find they may have a gambling problem. Any member who wishes to self exclude should in the first instance contact the lotteries office on 01422 342792 who will be able to advise in full confidence of our procedure. We follow the Gambling Commission code of practice and therefore any self exclusion will be made for a minimum of six months. If a person opts for self exclusion,they will be asked to complete a self exclusion form. They will then be excluded for a period of six months from the date of the form unless they have stipulated an alternative specific time period.

At the end of the exclusion period,the person will not be contacted to ask if they would like to be reinstated. However,they will be informed at the time of application that they will need to contact us at the end of their period to sign up again, if they so wish.

If you recognise any signs or suspect anybody has a gambling problem or issue it is your responsibility to inform the office and we will make contact with the relevant person before the next draw. We would also advise an individual to contact Gamcare 0845 6000 133 or www.gamcare.com. REMEMBER-responsible gambling is fun gambling!

16, The licencee reserves the right to refuse any person entry to the draw for any reason whatsoever.

If you would like more information on raffles and lotteries please go to www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk

 

Privacy Policy

  1. Your details will not be passed on to any other organisation.
  2. We will not use your details for anything other than CashFax Lottery related projects.
  3. If you are a winner, we will publish your name and winning number but will not disclose your full address.
  4. If you do not want your name to be published if you are a winner, please let us know.