Fresh Round Of Full Tilt Black Friday Payments Coming

$4.3 million in payments expected to be distributed

Garden City Group has received the latest payment approval from the U.S. Department of Justice Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section following Full Tilt Poker's (FTP) "Black Friday" shut down in 2012.
This round of approximately 2000 payments amounting to approximately $4.3 million include petitioners who have disputed their FTP account balances, petitioners who have confirmed their FTP account balances and petitioners designated by FTP as "professionals".
Garden City Group said it will have paid around 87 percent of all petitions filed at the end of this round, the previous payment in April 2015 amounted to approximately $2.5 million.

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