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  1. Hello, I have a problem with Natwest. I am addicted to gambling, about 2 months ago I gambled a lot in online casino, I made many deposits and withdrawals from 500gbp to even 6500gbp in a short period of time. One time I noticed 6200gbp available on my Natwest account, I was sure that it is one of my withdrawals from casino. I deposited that back to casino and lost it. A few days after, I noticed overdraft of 6200gbp on Natwest and after next few days they closed my online banking. I can't even login to see how much is there now. What should I do? That 6200gbp was available when I used it. Is it my fault?
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