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An online operator is to pay £500,000 for failing to follow Gambling Commission rules which protect problem gamblers.
Online gambling businesses are required to remove unfair restrictions placed on customers withdrawing money from their gambling accounts or face action by the Gambling Commission.
Rule 4 is a general rule of betting which relates to the reduction of winnings when a horse you have backed wins or is placed
The Gambling Commission has published a report into enforcement action it has taken against operators over the past year
Online gambling business 32Red has been penalised for not protecting a consumer from gambling-related harm and money laundering failures
Licence conditions and codes of practice for online/remote gaming machine and gambling software businesses
LeoVegas penalised for failings relating to misleading advertising and the handling of customers at the end of their self-exclusion period
Information reported to the Gambling Commission has resulted in a football player being banned for six years by the Football Association (FA).