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Re: Rome Casino Warning! Stole $2600 in winnings
« Reply #45 on: November 15, 2011, 08:05:50 PM »
Azriel I have no idea where the server is or what connection there is to the UK.

The fact that this is a small sum that is causing so much trouble SHOULD alert to the fact that we are not doing this based on financial reasoning! Obviously it would have been much easier for us to 'silence' the player who has been posting everywhere she possible can. That's her right. as I've said a few times, this is about fraud and fraud prevention, it is not a financial decision, and we do not want to send the message that you can just complain publicly and we automatically give you what you want even if our evidence points to your fraud. If we were really all about the money on these issues as you all seem to believe, then we would have paid her a long time ago.

I can appreciate the companies standing on fraud as I would assume the element of fraudsters causing trouble would be quite significant over the internet.
And without knowing the particulars behind the scenes I cant comment to any degree of accuracy ...but your resolve on this matter seems very solid and at least you have the courage to speak out and defend your companies good name.

I believe there maybe more to this than meets the eye ..and im going to end my examination of this matter but before I do ..I am curious as to why a report would exist in the first place...based on the flow of logic e.g and i quote the author "I don't deposit anywhere now as Rome was my first deposit online"..now logic dictates that if this was her first deposit ..then how can a history exist ?.



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Re: Rome Casino Warning! Stole $2600 in winnings
« Reply #46 on: November 17, 2011, 04:51:51 PM »
Noah I asked, "Is Rome casino committing fraud against the US government, Visa, Mastercard, etc. By accepting gambling funds from a ban country; And disguising the transactions by calling it something else besides gambling?"

I am waiting on your reply

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Re: Rome Casino Warning! Stole $2600 in winnings
« Reply #47 on: November 18, 2011, 10:47:29 PM »
He won't reply to your question because the answer is yes.  If the description on your visa bill described transaction for golf balls when it really was internet gambling, that is called money laundering.  That's how the DOJ indicted all the people from Full Tilt and PokerStars.  Money laundering is a federal crime in the U.S.

This is why all the processors who accept U.S. transactions are violating U.S. law and can be fined, imprisoned or both.  The federal government is seizing funds from these processors as well as online websites and that's why things are getting harder and harder for the U.S. players. 

As far as these casinos are concerned, the player is the only one who can commit fraud when in reality the casino and their processors do it every time they accept a U.S. deposit.

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