Illegal Israeli Online Casino
Israeli police arrested seven people and detained 18 others for questioning on the grounds of running an illegal online gambling ring said to be worth millions of dollars.
According to the Jerusalem Post newspaper, the police raided the homes and offices of those behind Tel-Aviv based Play2Bet.com and KG Money Changers in Ramat Gan, following an investigation into money laundering.
Investigators believe that many underworld figures helped staff from Play2Bet.com launder millions of dollars via KG Money Changers to foreign bank accounts.
Four of the suspects arrested were Eliran Oved, Aryeh Avraham, David Hachmon and Yossi Ben-Shitreet, and they are still in detention for further questioning.
According to the Jerusalem Post, the International and Serious Crime's Unit's undercover investigation began after the Northern Fraud Squad got information that Play2Bet.com was offering gambling services that the Israeli authorities believed were illegal.
Police had found that the websites earnings were routed through KG Money Changers and then either laundered domestically or transferred overseas. Access to Play2Bet.com was through a 'closed' list with each player receiving a personal log-in name and password after placing a large down payment to cover any initial bets.
[ Our Sponsors ]
♦ 32Red Casino ♦
[gina gaming] ♦ Responsible affiliate.
Contact us, if you need help!
Ota Yhteyttä, jos tarvitset apua!