The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) has imposed a £672,829 fine on GGPoker (NSUS Limited) for social responsibility and anti-money laundering failures.
The Commission found that the operator had failed to identify customers at risk of experiencing harmful gambling – while also failing to interact with those at risk of gambling-related harm.
The brand additionally sent out marketing emails to 125 customers who were on the self-exclusion list.
Furthermore, the Commission revealed that GGPoker’s anti-money laundering failures included: failing to conduct adequate risk assessments of a business being used for money laundering and terrorist financing, while also failing to have the correct procedures and controls in place to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing.
Alongside the fine, the company will get an official warning from the regulator.
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