Agcc Clarifies Its Current Role In Ftp Saga

AGCC CLARIFIES ITS CURRENT ROLE IN FTP SAGA (Update)

04th January, 2012 at 12:16:34
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Full Tilt players to look elsewhere for assistance

A statement from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) confirmed that it continues to log incoming Full Tilt player complaints at the request of Police authorities.

Following its revocation of Full Tilt's licences, with the exception of players registered under a Swiss address, the body suggests alternative routes for aggrieved FTP customers to follow in its latest statement:

1. Full Tilt has been requested to provide a specific player contact: this is awaited and will be incorporated here upon receipt.

2. Any player who believes they are a victim of crime, as a result of their dealings with Full Tilt, should in the first instance contact their own local police in their country of residence and report the matter to them. These reports will then be co-ordinated centrally.

3. It is understood that a number of civil actions have been initiated by players against Full Tilt, some as class actions representing multiple players by UK, US and Canadian lawyers. Details of the firms concerned can be found through internet search."

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