Licensing Correction Jackpot Capital group of casinos are unlicensed

dionysus

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If it's intended for Bryan (and that your post is correct) your best bet is to flag him to the post by reporting it - it may get lost in the shuffle and he can't read them all. And considering he'd be out beering quite soon, it's a very good chance it'll get lost in the mix lol
 

KasinoKing

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Pretty sure they ARE licensed, but just don't want to say where due to their "illegal" operations in the USA.

I will be meeting them in person at the end of the week - I will ask, but even if they tell me, it might be confidential info.

KK
 

zanzibar

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I figure that since their rep read the other thread and thanked anyone who commented in their favour, yet didn't make a comment themselves, we can only assume that they aren't licensed. I would love to know what they tell you KK.
 

vinylweatherman

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Pretty sure they ARE licensed, but just don't want to say where due to their "illegal" operations in the USA.

I will be meeting them in person at the end of the week - I will ask, but even if they tell me, it might be confidential info.

KK

If so, they will have to be relegated to a "proceed with care/caution". The USA is but one country, the rest of the world also needs to have confidence in the casinos they play at, especially when they are highly rated by a reputable site.

I don't see a problem with a US facing casino getting a license from the Caribbean and telling everyone. The offshore bodies have already taken the US to the WTO over the issue, and are unlikely to do anything about a complaint from the US authorities about a licensed casino trying to do business in the US, as per WTO guidelines.
 
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