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Monopoly attempt to save Christmas with arguments helpline

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Monopoly brings families together but there are the cheats, rule makers and those who break the rules. That’s why Monopoly have set up a helpline to save Christmas for those who cannot handle losing the game.

Apparently, the hotline is to settle the debate and set the rules straight for those who are cheating. They say that the game causes families to fight so they are going to settle any game-related disputes over the festive period.

They say that 51 percent of Monopoly games start an argument. They confirmed that experts will be on hand with the official rule book and instantly settle any dispute and offer advice on how to stop the common.

So if a mid-game fight flares up between December 24 to 26 they’ll be on hand to help.

The number is: 0800 689 4903

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