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Question about gambling online...

Discussion in 'America the Beautiful' started by rma20, Nov 10, 2011.

    Nov 10, 2011
  1. rma20

    rma20 Full Member

    Hey everyone. I was reading this part of the forum and was curious. Has anyone ever actually been arrested for gambling online? I know some states have specific laws so I didn't know if there were any stories of people getting arrested in those states. How would they even find out someone was? This whole thing is confusing!
  2. Nov 10, 2011
  3. dazlazz

    dazlazz Experienced Member

    London, UK
    "Americans should know that gambling online for real money is legal, but here is the catch – it is not legal to process payments for such transactions, meaning credit card companies and online payment companies can’t process deposits or withdrawals at online casinos.

    Currently, the law is not targeting individual players, only financial institutions. A regular player, as things stand right now, can never get in trouble for gambling online, unless they have something to do with the casino or the money exchange company. In fact, no player, and no casino, has ever been prosecuted, only sportsbook owners."
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2011

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