Online Blackjack Odds
« | »

Players Will Need to Continue Waiting for Remissions from Full Tilt

Many players had their accounts frozen when they while they were playing at Full Tilt Poker before the company’s merger with PokerStars. PokerStars has assured regulators and former Full Tilt players that it wants to repay these remissions as soon as possible. However, players are becoming increasingly impatient as they are still waiting for their money after over a year and a half.

A former Full Tilt player recently published a thread updating people about the status on Two Plus Two. This player said that he has been in contact with Lorrie Stall, an employee with the Garden City Group (the claims administrator that was appointed by the Department of Justice). This player said that he sent Stall approximately 50 emails in the previous week seeking an update on his account.

Stall told him that the Garden City Group just received a lot of information from the Department of Justice. She didn’t elaborate much except to state that they were still in the process of helping players get their money back as soon as possible.

Pokerfuse.comrecently wrote that they had received an email from the Garden City Group stating the plans to help repay former players at Full Tilt. The company stated that they are working with the Asset Forfeiture of the United States Attorney General’s office to help resolve the matter. They will have to review the data from Full Tilt Poker to calculate how much money players are owed before they can start the remissions process. Full Tilt has provided a lot of data so it will take them time to complete their calculations.

Players on Two Plus Two were encouraged that the Garden City Group is trying to complete the process. However, many players also cautioned that a lot of work needs to be completed by the Department of Justice before players can be repaid. A tie-up on the DOJ’s end could tie up the entire remissions process.

 

This blog entry was posted on Friday, June 14th, 2013 at 3:54 pm and is filed under Casino News.

Content copyright © 2018 Online Blackjack Odds. All rights reserved. This site is for entertainment purposes only. Gambling may not be legal in your jurisdiction.Disclaimer