EVERLEAF POKER 'NON-COMPLIANCE' BEING ADDRESSED BY MALTA REGULATOR
01st April, 2012 at 04:03:25Source: http://www.bluffed.net
But sill no disclosures on the nature of the irregularities
The unspecified problems at Everleaf Poker Network (see previous reports) are still receiving the attention of Malta regulator the Lotteries and Gaming Authority, according to a singularly uninformative communique issued late Friday.
Everleaf Gaming Limited has closely collaborated with the LGA and is addressing the identified non-compliances, where the LGA is closely following Everleaf's operation in order to ensure continued adherence to the Laws of Malta, the LGA statement reads, really leaving players, and especially those in the US who remain unpaid following Evergreen's exit from that market more than two months ago, none the wiser.
The Everleaf departure from the US was reportedly triggered by e-processor problems and the seizure of Everleaf funds by US enforcement
readers will recall that three weeks or more back the LGA made a terse announcement that it was investigating 'a number of irregularities' at Everleaf, although again it did not indicate what these problem areas were.
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