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   Friday, February 23 2024 
Online game: MasterCard filter the transactions from U.S. players

The U.S. government has decided to make life difficult for sites of online gambling, casino, poker and sports betting on the internet. In the battle that the U.S. State delivers to gaming platforms on the Internet, the government has found a new parade to enforce the law. This is to block transactions via credit card players under the application of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA), which prohibits the transfer of funds from one financial center to a website featuring illegally online games. And like Visa and Mastercard are the preferred method of payment for American online gamblers, with the announcement of the systematic blocking of transactions from online gamblers based in the United States, the players fear the worst.

In the experience of many American players of online poker and casino, transactions to and from operators of online gambling, are routinely blocked by Mastercard. More than the major part of online poker players from the United States can no longer make any deposit or withdrawal to and from their account. In 2006, MasterCard has tried to block the use of online credit cards, but many game sites have managed to circumvent the measures implemented. The societies of online gambling have found a subterfuge through other sites of online payment, which themselves are perfectly legal. So, players can continue playing as if anything had happened.

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