Tips Canadian gamblers.

Nobunaga

Dormant Account
Joined
Jul 17, 2006
Location
Cambridge ON
Hi there Canadian gamblers.If you ever encounter a rogue casino and they confiscate your winnings, you can have Casinomeister to help you to get it back.

Also, due to the nature of the crimes and how your money could be used in international crime, you are expected to tell your R.C.M.P crimes unit that covers online gambling/fraud, so those who have harmed you financially will have justice find them.

I have personally discussed this with my regional law enforcement and the officer told me to look into R.C.M.P for help with anything like that.

I also have a coworker who's father does work for R.C.M.P and the R.C.M.P do have cyber units that deal with online crime issues.

Just like the American gamblers have FBI, we must use the R.C.M.P to get real justice if needed and to prevent those crooks by having their flight access, train access, revoked, and having people monitor their movements by car/taxi.

Remember this if you ever go on an online casino or have issues with a physical casino, that R.C.M.P are needed to be called to handle the seriousness of the given situation at hand.

Nobunaga
 

sandman748

Newbie member
Joined
Jul 27, 2011
Location
canada
Isn't this kinda like complaining to the police when a drug dealer steals your money? Online gambling isn't legal in Canada. At best it's not illegal, but depending on interpretation, we could get charged for it.
 

quber

Senior Member
Joined
Feb 25, 2004
Location
Europe
Hi there Canadian gamblers.If you ever encounter a rogue casino and they confiscate your winnings, you can have Casinomeister to help you to get it back.

Also, due to the nature of the crimes and how your money could be used in international crime, you are expected to tell your R.C.M.P crimes unit that covers online gambling/fraud, so those who have harmed you financially will have justice find them.

I have personally discussed this with my regional law enforcement and the officer told me to look into R.C.M.P for help with anything like that.

I also have a coworker who's father does work for R.C.M.P and the R.C.M.P do have cyber units that deal with online crime issues.

Just like the American gamblers have FBI, we must use the R.C.M.P to get real justice if needed and to prevent those crooks by having their flight access, train access, revoked, and having people monitor their movements by car/taxi.

Remember this if you ever go on an online casino or have issues with a physical casino, that R.C.M.P are needed to be called to handle the seriousness of the given situation at hand.

Nobunaga


Do you honestly believe that the RCMP could/would block flight and train access and monitor all their movements? These people aren't in Canada (Except Khanwake) so the RCMP wouldn't have jurisdiction and they are not going to go to all the cost and manpower just because you didn't get paid for using a non legal online casino
 

Jasminebed

Game old gal
Joined
Mar 13, 2008
Location
Ontario
While I'm not sure they would get involved for non-payment or confiscation of winnings, I would not hesitate to report credit card fraud.

It is not illegal here to the best of my knowledge, my (Canadian) prepaid card provider quite clearly promotes its use for online gambling, and my bank is well aware what the source of those wires is.... non-taxable gambling wins.
 

dionysus

Good(w)ill Ambassador
CAG
MM
Joined
Apr 27, 2009
Location
the land of snow and maple syrup
We're certainly not prohibited from gambling, rather legislation hasn't caught up to it to formally announce or denounce it. I'd still be obligated to report any winnings as income, or at least watch moving any large amounts through my bank, though as Jas mentioned gambling related wins (as well as lottery) are tax exempt and I've until tax time to 'shuffle' it.
I'd report credit card fraud or theft, but I wouldn't chase up any online casino wins outside of the normal routes; certainly not through police
 

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