Approved Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) providers
The following Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) providers have been approved for the purposes of the Alternative Dispute Resolution for Consumer Disputes (Competent Authorities and information) Regulations 2015 (opens in new tab).
The ADR Regulations specify the information required to be included in the list of approved ADR providers.
Licensed operators are required only to use one or more ADR entity which has been approved by us, the designated competent authority for gambling. ADR entities and Licensed operators must be fully compliant with the ADR Regulations. .
Standards for ADR providers
We require Licensed operators to only use providers who meet our requirements, as well as those detailed in the ADR Regulations.
The following providers currently meet our requirements and the requirements detailed in the ADR Regulations. Select a provider to read more and find contact details.
|BACTA ADR Service||
|Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR)||
|Tattersalls Committee||All sectors|
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Last updated: 4 June 2021
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