- December 22, 2020 at 2:44 pm #27966
I’m not a doctor, nor I have a fancy university degree in psychology. My diplomas are in engineering and economics.
I’m not from a broken home. I had a fantastic childhood, with amazing parents.
My father introduced card games and roulette to me when I was 5 years old… Gambling has been a central part of my life ever since, but even if I played online poker too much for many years, I couldn’t say I showed any symptoms of gambling problems.
I have not worked with addicts for 20 years, nor I have interviewed 1000s of people before I created QuitGamble.com.
For the past 6 years, I’ve worked in the gambling industry. My company has built affiliate sites to compare and promote online casinos. I know most of the dirty tricks, and I have probably invented some of them myself.
We still have some affiliate sites left even if we don’t work actively with any of the sites anymore. Part of the funding for developing QuitGamble.com comes from these sites. The reason we haven’t closed them yet is that we sell backlinks on them
Why should you trust me?
For as long as I can remember, I’ve liked learning. I’ve got an MSc in Civil Engineering and an MD in Economics. On the side, I studied personal development and psychology. To be honest, what I read on the side was most interesting.
In 2018 I fell into depression. It was a tough time, and I thought a lot about things. I wanted to follow my dream to make the world a better place. But how?
I wanted to combine my unique knowledge of the gambling industry, with my interests for personal development and use the technical skills we had in the company.
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