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Bookmaker.com Vows to Stay in US Market

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
May/23/2011
Bookmaker.com

Following the seizure notice issued by the US Attorney’s Office out of Baltimore on Monday, Bookmaker.com advised its players and affiliate partners it fully intends to keep servicing the US market.  Bookmaker.com has long been a proponent of industry regulation.

A new domain has also been set up.  The original sites may not be seized for up to 48 hours depending on when the request was made by the US Attorney’s Office. 

As you may already know, Bookmaker has temporarily lost the rights to the Bookmaker.com domain. We are confident that in time, it will be returned to us, until then, we have launched a new, temporary site:www.bmaker.ag.

Despite having lost the domain, none of the business operations have otherwise been affected. Player account balances and information are safe and secure. Effective immediately, players can log on to www.bmaker.ag.and it's business as usual.

You likely won't notice any other changes at all and will experience all the same features and benefits as our original site; just on a new address.

We sincerely apologize if you were affected by our interruption. As always, if you have any questions or concerns please call our customer service department at 1-866-9Bookmaker.

Additionally there are two downloadable products—poker, sports, casino—and one for just sports and race.

Bookmaker.com and BetED.com were both charged as part of an investigation into online gambling, which Gambling911.com is learning will ultimately bring this matter to a close.  The Baltimore investigation was in conjunction with the New York US Attorney’s Office case against Full Tilt Poker, Absolute Poker and PokerStars.

Gambling911.com is learning there will be no arrests in this matter.

- Christopher Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

 

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