The Alderney Gambling Control Commission “AGCC” past licenser of Full tilt Poker, issued a press release to prior Full tilt Poker players stating they no longer provide a permit for Full Tilt and moreover does not have any power to arbitrate in relation to Full Tilt players and problems with the internet poker website. The report furthermore determined that grievances will continued to be sent to their local police and advocates any players that are still due money to speak to the authorities.
Should they feel that they were the victim of a criminal offence; the AGCC has recommended they speak to police to consider future actions.
Although the report from the AGCC failed to reference anything concerning the acquisition of Full tilt Poker by funding group Grouped Bernard Tape, it’s still belief that GBT will obtain the internet poker brand and property from the US DOJ for $80M. With transfer, the US could drop all charges. It remains unknown if players can expect to be refunded confiscated monies, though most are optimistic that when the takeover is completed, owners can make their utmost effort to repay what is owed to US players.
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