90dakika scam

03 October 2017
steve80

Player

I have to recover 19,807 EUR from the 90dakika. They closed my account and they have not paid me the balance of the account (including deposits of 10,600 EUR).

When I sent the first complaints to the authorities the staff from 90dakika has restricted my access to my 90dakika account. But before they blocked my access I managed to save/make print screens with all the deposits and pending withdrawal requests. I have also saved in Excel the entire history of my gambling account (all my 1,185 bets).

Following my complaints they had the license suspended by Curacao eGaming. They are operating illegally as they do not have a valid gambling license.

Despite the fact that Curacao eGaming has suspended their license, 90dakika.com, parasino.com, vivoapuesta.com and casinotv24.com (all clones of 90dakika.com controlled by Camelot Global Investment Limited N.V.) have continued to offer gambling services without a license and once the clients make deposits and manage to win material amounts, they block the customer account without paying the balance of the account.

They have continued to deceive the players by pretending they have a valid license and they manage to receive money illegally.

You may contact directly Curacao eGaming (complaints@curacao-egaming.com; compliance@curacao-egaming.com) to check the status of the licenses.

If the following links return the message "Curacao Egaming cannot verify the licensing status of www.bookmakersforum.com", please select the full title/address from the address bar and press "enter". Then it should show the correct page where you can see the status "suspended" for the licenses.

https://validator.curacao-egaming.com/licenses/domain?domain=90dakika.com

https://validator.curacao-egaming.com/licenses/domain?domain=www.parasin...

https://validator.curacao-egaming.com/validate?domain=www.casinotv24.com

https://validator.curacao-egaming.com/validate?domain=vivoapuesta.com

Curaçao eGaming License Validation
This page was generated on Oct 3, 2017
• Company name
Camelot Global Investment Limited N.V.
• Address
Dr. M.J. Hugenholtzweg Z/N
UTS Gebouw
Curaçao
• E-mail
info@90dakika.com
• Registered website(s)
90dakika.com
www.90dakika.com
Operating status: SUSPENDED

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04 October 2017
BMR Sandy

Support

Player

Hi steve80,

Did they give you any reason for your account restriction?

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04 October 2017
steve80

Player

No, they are just a scam. They did the same to other clients. This is why they lost the license.

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06 October 2017
BMR Sandy

Support

Player

steve80 wrote:

No, they are just a scam. They did the same to other clients. This is why they lost the license.

and you also never tried to reach out to them and ask the reason why?

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07 October 2017
steve80

Player

You can imagine that I did, they just do not reply to emails and on the chat they end the conversation immediately

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08 October 2017
steve80

Player

If you have been scammed by an online gambling platform which operates illegally, like 90dakika you can act against the company that provided payment services and supported the illegal activity (the company through which you transferred funds). Neteller has agreed in July 2017 to pay 136m USD in USA because they provided services for illegal gambling operators.

The Criminal Information
1. NETeller will consent to the filing of a one-count Information (the "Information") in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York (the "Court") charging NETeller with participating in a conspiracy, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 371, to: (i) use the wires to transmit in interstate and foreign commerce bets and wagers and wagering information for persons engaged in the business of betting and wagering, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1084; (ii) conduct illegal gambling businesses, in
violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1955; (iii) conduct international monetary transactions for purposes of promoting illegal gambling, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1956(a)(2)(A); and (iv) conduct an unlicensed money transmitting business, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1960. A copy of the Information is attached hereto as Exhibit
B.

Acceptance of Responsibility for Violation of Law
July 17, 2007
2. As set forth in detail in the Statement of Admitted Facts, attached hereto as Exhibit C, NETeller admits that NETeller and its predecessors, through the conduct of certain officers and directors, knowingly operated in the United States a money transmitting business that was unlicensed in the United States and knowingly promoted illegal internet gambling by using the wires and other means to transmit, in interstate and foreign commerce, bets and wagers from customers in the United States to numerous internet gambling businesses located outside of the United States, and payments to customers in the United States from numerous internet gambling
businesses located outside of the United States.
3. In a report, dated July 9, 2007 (the "NETeller Financial Report"), NETeller has described the financial condition of NETeller as of March 31, 2007. Pursuant to this Agreement, NETeller represents that the Financial Report is accurate and contains no material misrepresentations. NETeller agrees that it will pay a total of $136,000,000 to the United States as part of this Agreement, as disgorgement of certain profits received by NETeller from the activities described in the Statement of Admitted Facts, all of which will be forfeited to the United States pursuant to a civil forfeiture complaint filed against NETeller in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. NETeller and this Office agree that NETeller funds seized to date by this Office (approximately $55-$60 million) shall be applied to satisfy a portion of NETeller' s forfeiture obligation under this paragraph. NETeller agrees that it will satisfy the
remaining portion of its forfeiture obligation with a payment of $40 million to be paid on or before October 15, 2007, and the remaining balance (approximately $31-$36 million) to be paid on or before January 17, 2008. In the event that NETeller fails to make these payments on a timely basis, this Office, in its sole discretion, can treat the failure to pay as a violation of the terms of this Agreement.
4. NETeller agrees that no portion of the $136,000,000 that NETeller has agreed to pay to the United States under the terms of this Agreement is deductible on any Federal or State tax or information return. NETeller further agrees that it will not file or assist anyone in filing a petition for remission or mitigation with the Department of Justice concerning the funds that NETeller has agreed to pay to the United States under the terms of this Agreement Permanent Restrictions And Controls On NETeller's Online Payment Services

5. This Office recognizes that NETeller has implemented certain restrictions on it business operations in order to prevent member accounts at NETeller from being used to conduct illegal transactions between internet gambling merchants and persons located in the United States
("U.S. Gambling Transactions"). In a report, dated June 4, 2007 (the "NETeller Controls Report"), NETeller has described and enumerated procedures and controls that it has implemented, or intends to implement, to prevent its services from being used to conduct U.S. Gambling Transactions.
Pursuant to this Agreement, NETeller agrees to implement fully the procedures and controls described and enumerated in the NETeller Controls Report. Pursuant to this Agreement, NETeller also agrees to maintain the following permanent restrictions: (i) NETeller will not participate in illegal gambling transactions involving persons located in the United States; (ii) NETeller will maintain procedures and controls designed to prevent its services from being used to conduct U.S. Gambling Transactions; and (iii) NETeller agrees to monitor regularly the effectiveness of its procedures and controls designed to prevent its services from being used to conduct U.S. Gambling Transactions, and NETeller will revise and update its procedures and controls as necessary to achieve that purpose.
6. NETeller has retained, at its own expense, the services of a forensic accounting firm approved by this Office to monitor, beginning on June 4, 2007, NETeller's compliance with the NETeller Controls Report. NETeller agrees to continue to retain, at its own expense, the services of a forensic accounting firm approved by this Office (the "Monitor") to monitor NETeller's compliance with the NETeller Controls Report as follows: (i) NETeller will retain the Monitor to provide to this Office reports assessing NETeller' s compliance with the NETeller Controls Report (the "Compliance Reports"); (ii) the first of the Compliance Reports will be provided to this Office on or about December 4, 2007, and subsequent reports will be provided at such other time on or before December 4, 2008, as designated by this Office; (iii) where any one of the Compliance Reports identifies a defect in NETeller' s internal controls regarding the preclusion of U.S. Gambling Transactions, NETeller shall have sixty calendar days to cure the defect from the date that the Compliance Report is provided to this Office or such longer time as is reasonably necessary to cure the defect, and NETeller shall retain the Monitor to assess NETeller' s cure of such defect and to provide a supplementary report describing its assessment of the efficacy of the cure to this Office within fifteen calendar days of completing such assessment; (iv) consistent with its obligations under law, NETeller shall, on a timely basis, provide the Monitor with or access to any information, documents, or other records, including electronic records, as are reasonably necessary
for the Monitor to prepare and provide the Compliance Reports to this Office; and ( v) consistent with its obligations under law, NETeller shall use its best efforts to make available to the Monitor, on a timely basis, such employees as are reasonably necessary to assist and provide information to the Monitor to provide the Compliance Reports to this Office. However, if the Monitor requests access to any information, document, or other record that NETeller reasonably believes to be protected by the attorney client privilege or work product doctrine, NETeller shall in good faith consider that request, and shall consider whether providing access would assist the Monitor in performing its duties under the Agreement. It shall be a condition of the Monitor's retention that the Monitor is independent of NETeller and that no attorney-client relationship shall be formed between them. Distribution of Funds to NETeller's U.S. Customers

7. NETeller acknowledges that it currently holds approximately $94rnillion (the "Funds") in trust for customers who are registered with NETeller as residents of the United States and currently have positive balances in their NETeller accounts ("U.S. Customers"). Pursuant to this Agreement, NETeller will return, at its own expense, the Funds in the proper amount and to the proper recipient using the principles and process for the return of the Funds to U.S. Customers, as proposed and described by NETeller in a report, dated May 10, 2007 (the "NETeller Distribution Plan").

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09 October 2017
quincunx

Citizen
Edgware,Middlesex,UK

You could try,Steve.Not sure it would work outside of the USA.Bear in mind that the US authorities were going after NETeller and its founders at the time.Well done for putting in the work on that post,though.

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