Casino 36 is £300k poorer no thanks to AML lapses

The UK Gambling Commission slapped a £300k fine against Casino 36 for allowing gamblers to wager “significant sums of money” without needed checks and failing to bar problem gamblers.
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UK’s Casino 36 to cough up £300k for regulatory shortcomings
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The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) had imposed a £300k settlement package on Casino 36 in Wolverhampton casino for failing to comply with anti-money laundering and social responsibility obligations. The UKGC found that Casino 36 allowed 33 customers between November 2017 and October 2018 to gamble “significant sums of money” without the needed checks. Aside from that, the casino also failed to identify and interact with customers showing signs of problem gambling behavior.

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