This facility enables you to limit the amount of money that you are able to deposit into your account on either a 24 hour, weekly or monthly basis.
These limits may be reduced at any time but any increase will only be implemented after waiting 24 hours and confirming the requested change. To change your deposit limits click on 'My Account' and then on the ‘Responsible Gambling’ tab.
On Mobile, click on 'Menu' and then on 'Account' and scroll down to the ‘Deposit Limit’ link.
It is easy to change/set this online. Simply:
When you decide to increase or decrease your deposit limit, you are in effect entering a new limit agreement with Ladbrokes. Therefore when the new limit takes effect the full amount will be available to you regardless of previous deposits made.
Your Maximum Deposit Limit (MDL) works on a rolling 24 hour, weekly or monthly period. The period will start at the time the MDL is set (or changed) and will be refreshed every 24 hours, weekly or monthly, at that time.
E.g. If you set a £100 daily deposit limit at 15:00, you will be able to deposit up to £100 between 15:00 that day and 14:59:59 the following day. No matter how many deposits you make during that 24 hour period (not exceeding £100 in total), once you pass 14:59:59 the following day, your deposit limit (or the amount that you are able to deposit) will be reset.
Similarly, weekly limits will reset each week on the same day and at the same time that the limit was set or last changed.
All deposit increases will be subject to a 24 hour cooling off period and a secondary confirmation stage. However, any decreases to your deposit limit will take effect instantly. If you increase your deposit limit from daily to weekly and your desired amount for weekly exceeds your current daily limit x 7 (days) it will be subject to the 24 hour cooling off period and the secondary confirmation stage. However if you change your limit from daily to weekly but the new amount is less than your current daily limit x 7 (days) the change will take effect immediately as it's not seen as an increase.
E.g. If you currently have a daily deposit limit of £100 and you increase that to a weekly deposit limit of £500 the change happens instantly. If you were to change your limit from £100 daily to £1000 weekly, the change would be subject to the cooling off period and the secondary confirmation stage as £1000 is greater than your current daily limit x 7.