DoJ preparing to refund US players

14 August 2012

The refund process for Full Tilt Poker players is about to begin, and the Department of Justice the first doubt are starting to rise on either the DoJ position on the subject was been the correct one or not. From the beginning, they wanted to lead the operation to control at all times the money of the players residing in the U.S., but this idea, is proving itself not to be the wisest.

It’s estimated that the flood of claims could exceed 1,300,000, a number that certainly could collapse to the DoJ, and thus prevent their routine daily activity (for the money claims, where players have to submit a formal application).

That’s why the DoJ is considering using $ 225 million that PokerStars has placed as the first payment deadline for hiring an external “Requests Manager". Actually, the job has already been published on DoJ website.

As expected, the main purpose of this external company will be to streamline procedures to the maximum, thus giving the sensation of speed involved in the process. The administrator of this external company will also have access to Full Tilt Poker DB, for any kind of review that can ensure the process is conducted without fraud or abuse.

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