i already did explain im not anymore ok thank youI'm not wrong, but feel free to explain exactly how I am, including links to some legislation to back up your claims. You are welcome to read up on the tipping off rules to see why Videoslots may have a perfectly legitimate reason not to say outright what they suspect.
I didn't know you had seen all the documentation to be able to say theres no evidence to say there is any fraud taking place.
Videoslots are under no obligation to explain to the customer why they suspect fraud, if they do that it would allow criminals to adjust how they do things. No different to if your bank closes your account suspecting fraud, they will not tell you how they came to that conclusion.
There are red flags all through this thread that something wasn't right and I knew what was eventually going to happen. I will also predict, the only way the OP will have any slim chance of getting his winnings is by going to court, but I'll put money on that doesn't happen.
So out of interest, what experience do you have in this field to give advice?