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Rayer Scott Adam

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Decision date:
14 March 2019


Following a licence review, the Commission determined to revoke the Personal Functional Licence issued to Scott Adam Rayer under the provisions of section 119 of the Gambling Act 2005 on the grounds that he was unsuitable to carry on the licensed activities permitted by the licence.

The Commission found that:

  • On 17 September 2018, whilst employed as a Valet at a casino, the Licensee failed to follow the casino’s procedures regarding a £25.00 gaming chip which was found on the floor whilst Mr Rayer was on shift.
  • On 10 October 2018, Mr Rayer attended an investigation interview conducted by his employer in respect of the incident. During this meeting, Mr Rayer admitted his actions and on conclusion of the interview was suspended from his employment.
  • On 17 October 2018, Mr Rayer resigned from his position as a Valet prior to the conclusion of the casino’s investigation for gross misconduct.
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