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footdr

Banned User: PITA violations of the Forum Rules
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Please note quicktender on list pm for info especially if you have CHASE debit card
 

footdr

Banned User: PITA violations of the Forum Rules
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AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL NOT NECESSARILY SECURE

Unless Casinomiester did a background check on every forum member:D sensitive info best discussed through PM.

Just know banks are watching transactions processed outside U.S. and their computers analyzing the data, lists being compiled and various processor websites investigated.
 

brianzz

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You'd have to be *really* paranoid to think the feds are cruising forums looking for people trying to out them. What's the worst they could do to you, make you pay income tax on what you cashed out? Even if they caught every online gambler in the entire US, there wouldn't be enough prisons to hold them all.
 

Mousey

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I always figured the point of having this section walled off to search engines and such is to keep our mentionings of specific payment processors out of the 'limelight'. We like to make the DoJ work a little harder to find a specific processor to shut down. ;)

At this time, I doubt the feds are going after players -- except perhaps those who moved a lot of money in and out of NETeller. And that's probably only in regard to paying taxes.
 

winbig

Keep winning this amount.
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Besides, it's the banks that'll be held responsible, unless of course you live in a state that has a law against online gambling....
 

NASHVEGAS

Banned User - flamming, disrespecting admin,
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Besides, it's the banks that'll be held responsible, unless of course you live in a state that has a law against online gambling....
Banks are not responsible for jack, in fact they are bailed out, it is a new ballgame since UIGEA passed in 2006 (and rest assured the FED has other concerns than issuing final guidelines that were due long ago)...That said, as I have posted prior, players pay your taxes because it is what one is legally obligated to do if for no other reason. Also avoid structuring withdrawal payments (as one casino did its best to induce me to commit a felony,ftr I have written proof of my accusation statement,I was lucky as I just happen to know the law and did not take the bait), money laundering,etc....If any negative consequences do occur based on what is basically a non-existent law per se (UIGEA), imo it will be the IRS and DOJ who can and will do whatever they want to a token few as written laws as well as attorney opinion's can be meaningless (to the DOJ for sure as I recently posted about my participation in an on going 18 year old((--not a typo--)) lawsuit against the DOJ) in most cases as one has to go to the expenses (many types) to prove their innocence or their case....US affiliates are a more likely target (under the old aiding and abetting laws) and even then prolly just a token example to rattle cages. Most JMO!!
 

footdr

Banned User: PITA violations of the Forum Rules
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NOT WORRIED ABOUT THE DOJ WORRIED ABOUT BANKS

Fact is some players are plain big mouths. i.e. Chase identified one processor as Gambling related due to one of their customers telling them it was when they had problems with a charge. They "red-flagged it" . When I attempted a transaction through that processor they put a "hold on my debit card" I had to call and answer numerous questions. This has happened to me in regards to numerous different processors.

I do not take these calls lightly. I am often informed the charge was being submitted for "furniture sells" processed through dubai. Bicycle repairs,processed through Dubai>

Come on, If I were the Bank I would have to say that does look really "fishy".

My point is, while no new regulations have been released Banks are still responsible for Due Diligence on Money Laundering and Bank Sec. Act. reporting requirements. Go to www.bankersonline, banks are gearing up in anticpation of regulation GG. But they are already required by Visa to block these transactions, regulation GG or not.

Funny the ACH/EFT transactions not included in new regs. and processors dumped that method in favor of a "riskier method" that costs players more given the foreign transaction fees on debit/credit purchases.
 

brianzz

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TN
My Visa always goes through, always has, except at RTG, but honestly.. who wants to play there?
 
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