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Full Tilt Poker Email to Customers re: License Suspension: Dear XYZ, You’re F***ed

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Jun/29/2011
Full Tilt Poker Email to Customers

What’s more shocking, Full Tilt Poker having their license suspended on Wednesday or Full Tilt Poker actually communicating with their customers?

We’ll take the later.

Apparently they did just that….only they aren’t saying much.

Here is the email FTP was sending to customers late Wednesday night and into the early hours of Thursday.

Basically, it seems that the European players are now in the same “limbo state” as those of us in the USA. 

 

 

> From: support-nl@fulltiltpoker.com

> To:  ***************************

> Subject: Full Tilt Poker Support

>

> Hi,

>

> As you have heard, the Alderney Gaming Control Commission (AGCC) has suspended Full Tilt Poker?s license with immediate effect, subject to a formal hearing late July.

>

> Full Tilt is in ongoing discussions with the AGCC with the aim of rectifying the situation as soon as possible, therefore re-enabling real money play on the site.

>

> Unfortunately, until this is resolved Full Tilt Poker is unable to facilitate any play, and this includes deposits and withdrawals.

>

> Full Tilt Poker are deeply sorry for this inconvenience and will update you as and when there is further information available.

>

> Thanks,

>

> Antony

> Full Tilt Poker Support

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