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Off topic & small talk: Chatterbox (Page 1075)

Topic created on 14th Jan. 2019 | Page: 1075 of 1156 | Answers: 11,554 | Views: 1,451,452
hustlehoff
Expert
I have now been able to test it myself and unfortunately it does not work.

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Jenn-R
Expert
29. February...
I think my hamster uh.... pupt.

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hustlehoff
Expert
How are Hartz4 recipients actually protected from online gambling by the GGL? You can see that they like to gamble a lot in the offline gambling shops and nowadays you can also see it online because of the TV advertising and many Hartzers watch TV. I mean, they're not allowed to have any transactions in their account in the event of a win, even if they gamble it away again. I would be interested to know the number of benefit recipients who gamble online and simply conceal their transactions should be a lot, or does the GGL work closely with the tax office and Hartz4 players are directly exposed?

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Saphira
Expert
I never thought I'd get up at 7 in the morning and go jogging.


And I was right!

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H****r

Saphira wrote on 29.02.2024 at 08:43: Never thought I'd get up at 7 in the morning and go jogging.


And I was right!

😅🤣😂

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Langhans
Expert
29 days of free play terror at Playboom amounted to a whopping €23.76. Wow, that's weak, but I've been at war with the store since the beginning. I've never been so anti-social with my collecting, but Playboom is notorious for it and the way things are going in February, I took the liberty of doing so . All in all, I still made -24€ this month. Unless a no-deposit escalates unexpectedly today, it will stay that way. Q1/24 at least still roughly 200 ahead. Nevertheless, it's less fun at the moment than it has been for a long time, so today is day 6 with a self-imposed ban on casino deposits. I don't feel like watching dead spins all evening and celebrating 70X every three days I'm not really used to it, but you have to make unpopular decisions from time to time and only get back on the machines when it feels better. Sports betting fiddling continues...the basic mood is a lot more positive. Times are tough

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Ariana
Rookie
@hustlehoff if they have transactions in the account, i.e. wins, they are considered income, they are tough and, unlike earned income, there are no allowances. That would cause stress and reclaims. A friend once told me about a case like that.

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Max_Bet
Expert
I've been using a VPN on GambleJoe again for a long time.

Max_Bet

Must say it was nice back then.
Not that it wouldn't be good today, but I think it's a bit like being fenced in... Artificially limited supply for German users, unfortunately. Well, the old woes 🖤

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gamble1
Legend

Max_Bet wrote on 01.03.2024 at 22:46: I've been using VPN on GambleJoe again for a long time.

gamble1

Must say it was nice back then.
Not that it wouldn't be good today, but I think it has something of being fenced in... Artificially scarce offer for German users, unfortunately. Well, the old woes 🖤

Found a party and start putting an end to this madness - who's in?)

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Frankey
Experienced

hustlehoff wrote on 29.02.2024 at 07:33: How are Hartz4 recipients actually protected from online gambling by the GGL? You can see that they like to play a lot in the offline game libraries, then nowadays certainly also online degrees because of the TV advertising and many Hartzers watch TV. I mean, they're not allowed to have any transactions in their account in the event of a win, even if they gamble it away again. I'd be interested to know the number of benefit recipients who gamble online and simply conceal their transactions should be a lot, or does the GGL work closely with the tax office and Hartz4 players are directly exposed?

Citizen's allowance recipients are allowed to play online just like everyone else. They are also allowed to keep their wins untaxed. Additional income must be declared. At the latest when the recipient applies for continued allowance for the next year, he must prove whether his financial situation has changed. The standard rate is then adjusted accordingly. Then, for example, contributions such as pension Insurance are deducted from the monthly citizen's allowance amount. It depends on how high or regular the additional income is. It is best to inform the Jobcenter as soon as possible if you have a higher win in your account. .

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