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Titan Poker Wins Best link vao w88 Customer Service Award

 

For the third straight year, and for the sixth time in the past seven years, Titan Poker has been awarded with the coveted Best link vao w88 Customer Service Award by Gambling Online Magazine.

The award, determined by the readers of Gambling Online Magazine and visitors to its website, was awarded to Titan Poker in recognition of its outstanding customer service.

Gambling Online Magazine’s awards, now in their eighth year, “provide the people’s voice on the best of the best” and are considered the benchmark for achievement in the industry.

In response, a spokesman for Titan Poker said, “It really brings to light our ongoing commitment to ensuring the best possible online poker experience and how our friendly customer service agents will always take that extra step in answering the players’ needs. We look forward to the coming year and continuing to work together to improve the customer service and maintain our position above the competition.”

Titan Poker has dedicated support personnel available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Players seeking assistance can contact Titan Poker by telephone, fax, email, or through an Online Support chat system, available to players in the poker software.

Bodog Website Seized, Founder Indicted

On February 27th, the United States District Court in Maryland issued a warrant for the seizure of the bodog.com domain, stating that this website had served as an “illegal gambling business” in violation of American laws. Yesterday, the indictment of Calvin Ayre, founder of Bodog, and three other Canadians by a federal grand jury was unsealed. The actions against Bodog come less than a year after the American government took similar actions against PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and Absolute Poker.

Bodog had already closed its websites to American customers and moved operations to domains such as bodog.eu and bodog.co.uk in order to avoid this sort of legal action. Arye responded to the domain seizure by saying, “The brand left the market last year and the domain in question has been dormant globally for longer than that. We are only currently doing brand licensing deals outside the U.S. so this domain had no place in any of our current plans.”

“Bodog UK, Bodog Europe and Bodog Asia have never taken bets from the U.S.,” Ayre said in a statement.

Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein announced the actions against Bodog, stating that “Sports betting is illegal in Maryland, and federal law prohibits bookmakers from flouting that law simply because they are located outside the country.”

The indictment charges Bodog Entertainment Group S.A., Calvin Ayre, James Phillip, David Ferguson, and Derrick Maloney with violations of the Illegal Gambling Business Act (IGBA), and conspiracy to commit money laundering.

A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s office in Baltimore said arrest warrants had been issued for the four.

In December 2011, Bodog rebranded its remaining American operations under the name Bovada. Ayre said that the Bodog.com domain has not been in use since operations were switched to Bodog.eu that month.

“I see this as abuse of the U.S. criminal justice system for the commercial gain of large U.S. corporations,” Ayre said of the legal actions. “It is clear that the online gaming industry is legal under international law and in the case of these documents is it also clear that the rule of law was not allowed to slow down a rush to try to win the war of public opinion.”

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