Daub Alderney to pay £7.1m fine for anti-money laundering and social responsibility failures
13 November 2018
An online gambling business will pay a £7.1m fine for failing to follow Gambling Commission rules aimed at preventing money laundering and protecting vulnerable consumers.
Daub Alderney will also have extra conditions placed on its licence to provide gambling to consumers in Britain.
Richard Watson, Gambling Commission Executive Director, said: “This action is part of an ongoing investigation into the online casino sector. The operator’s standards did not match the protections required, and this fine reflects the seriousness of these lapses.”
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