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Bingo Recordkeeping

Because bingo is a cash business that also relies heavily on volunteers, charitable organizations may find that they are susceptible to theft. The Attorney General has developed instant bingo ledgers and inventory forms to help charitable organizations track their proceeds from games. Those tools can be found at the left under the Forms tab.
It is important for bingo licensees to keep accurate records about the games they conduct and how much money they generate and pay out from those games. New volunteers for bingo games, as well as leaders from organizations considering a bingo license, should consider attending a bingo school training to learn about the various requirements for conducting a bingo game. Registration for bingo school can be completed online.
If you are a bingo volunteer and you witness theft or fraud, contact the Attorney General’s Office to file a complaint or call the Attorney General’s Help Center at 800-282-0515.