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Was wondering if anyone has had dealings, good or bad, with Bodog's new e-cash option called NuCharge. I've checked with a number of people; nobody seems to know who they are.
 

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Was wondering if anyone has had dealings, good or bad, with Bodog's new e-cash option called NuCharge. I've checked with a number of people; nobody seems to know who they are.

It looks to me as if they're copying off of Party's idea of selling phone cards to get around the credit card blocks.

It's a shame that the DoJ could consider this money laundering.

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I've heard from another source that NuCharge is "probably" a Bodog-owned enterprise, and that a number of these payment solutions, Party's, for example, have been tried before as a "work around" for "7995." My contact said these entities are usually shut down, later resurfacing -- sometimes only days later -- under a different name.

For anyone unfamiliar with "7995," Visa (taken as an example) defines online gambling transactions as transactions that start on the Internet and are approved on the Internet. Online gambling merchants are formally required to tag these transactions with the "7995" merchant category code.
 

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I've heard from another source that NuCharge is "probably" a Bodog-owned enterprise, and that a number of these payment solutions, Party's, for example, have been tried before as a "work around" for "7995." My contact said these entities are usually shut down, later resurfacing -- sometimes only days later -- under a different name.

For anyone unfamiliar with "7995," Visa (taken as an example) defines online gambling transactions as transactions that start on the Internet and are approved on the Internet. Online gambling merchants are formally required to tag these transactions with the "7995" merchant category code.

So what do they charge for this "service" of buying a phone card to deposit?
 

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