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The Hunt Continues: 2

The US government has it out for anyone committing financial crimes, and the online casino industry is not exempt from the investigations. The newly formed task force has their targets set on certain payment companies that operate online and have made it possible for online casinos to operate even though the legislation had changed in 2006 with the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. Those online payment processors who have been linked to online casinos or internet gambling sites are going to be looked at quite harshly by the US government. According to some of the best online casino new sources there have been reports of agents that are going undercover as potential customers for very popular online casinos like Golden Casino. According to reports, the agent who tried to play at the online casino was repeatedly told that the online casino did not accept US players onto their site.

What the officer did was keep trying to gain access to the site and it was there that they spoke to a customer service representative who then granted the officer access to the online casino. There were several small banks who were also under the investigation which believed that it was legal for online casinos to permit US customers under the US law, but they are mistaken. All that this has done is ruined the business of several online casinos and small banks. It is very clear that the US government really wants to raise money for all of these programs and will not stop until everyone has abided by their laws. Most of these companies are good and law abiding but are being pounced on due to their weakest link. The online casino saga continues.



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