Legal issue! Noble Poker "T&C".

BlackCat

Dormant account
Joined
Feb 25, 2006
Location
Russia
Dear player`s community! I wanna ask you a question, exceptionally from the technical terms of law. I`m thoroughly studied and acquainted with Terms and Conditions at xhttp://www.noblepoker.com/ and I sent them a question to support[at]noblepoker.com, but they did not answer to me!
I think if they did not warning or informing anyone about consequences concerning non-compliance "ID" accuracy they do not have a moral and legal right to demand fulfilment of "ID" accuracy from players.

"7.4 It is your responsibility to inform us of any changes to your registration details".

"8.5 all details which you give or have given in the process of registering with the Online Poker Room are accurate and that you will continue to update such details should there be any changes".

"Account Creation Information".
The account information supplied during the account creation process is kept strictly confidential for our own purpose. We do NOT share this information with any third-party company and/or organization. This information includes customer e-mail addresses and other personal information supplied upon registration. If you supply us with your personal details, the information will only be used for its intended use, such as allowing us to send you cash-out checks and other information which you request. E-mail Addresses are NOT shared with any other organization for commercial or noncommercial purposes. E-mail addresses will only be used to provide our customers with information regarding new software updates, promotional material, and miscellaneous poker operations,such as deposits and withdrawals. We collect e-mail addresses of those who communicate with us via e-mail. If you do NOT want to receive any e-mail from us, please send us a blank e-mail with the word "remove" in the subject to support[at]noblepoker.com.

Please, post your opinion and comments.
 
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paul02085

Dormant account
Joined
Jan 29, 2002
Location
USA
BlackCat said:
Dear player`s community! I wanna ask you a question, exceptionally from the technical terms of law. I`m thoroughly studied and acquainted with Terms and Conditions at xhttp://www.noblepoker.com/ and I sent them a question to support[at]noblepoker.com, but they did not answer to me!
I think if they did not warning or informing anyone about consequences concerning non-compliance "ID" accuracy they do not have a moral and legal right to demand fulfilment of "ID" accuracy from players.

"7.4 It is your responsibility to inform us of any changes to your registration details".

"8.5 all details which you give or have given in the process of registering with the Online Poker Room are accurate and that you will continue to update such details should there be any changes".

"Account Creation Information".
The account information supplied during the account creation process is kept strictly confidential for our own purpose. We do NOT share this information with any third-party company and/or organization. This information includes customer e-mail addresses and other personal information supplied upon registration. If you supply us with your personal details, the information will only be used for its intended use, such as allowing us to send you cash-out checks and other information which you request. E-mail Addresses are NOT shared with any other organization for commercial or noncommercial purposes. E-mail addresses will only be used to provide our customers with information regarding new software updates, promotional material, and miscellaneous poker operations,such as deposits and withdrawals. We collect e-mail addresses of those who communicate with us via e-mail. If you do NOT want to receive any e-mail from us, please send us a blank e-mail with the word "remove" in the subject to support[at]noblepoker.com.

Please, post your opinion and comments.

Comment- Huh?
 

pokeraddict

Webmaster
Joined
Aug 3, 2002
Location
Las Vegas
I'm guessing they requested ID from you when requesting a cashout? Was this a credit card transaction? If so it is very common, even if it wasnt a credit card transaction many rooms question deposits from new players, especially non Neteller deposits it seems.
 

managra

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Joined
Jan 23, 2006
Location
USA
BlackCat said:
I think if they did not warning or informing anyone about consequences concerning non-compliance "ID" accuracy they do not have a moral and legal right to demand fulfilment of "ID" accuracy from players.

"7.4 It is your responsibility to inform us of any changes to your registration details".

Your post is rather difficult to follow. If i understand you correctly you are wondering if this pokerroom might cause trouble - such as withholding payment - if they request ID and it turns out not to agree at all with your registration details. The answer is yes, as re-stated in their T&C 7.4 above.
 
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