Aces Club Casino To Continue Accepting US Bets
Aces Club Casino has released the following statement in light of the recently passed Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act in the United States:
"The recently passed bill, importantly, does not make gambling on the internet illegal, nor does it look to target individuals who enjoy gambling online. The bill seeks to prevent individuals placing bets online by restricting the methods that they can use to fund their Internet wagering accounts. Aces.com is licensed by the government of Antigua and Barbuda, and we are obliged by the terms of this license to always maintain enough funds in our bank accounts to pay out every single winning wager for our customers. The funds in internet wagering accounts are accessible 24/7, and we will continue to process payouts within the standard timeframes. One can continue to bet with Aces.com the way one always have done.
We suggest that if there are any concerns of the legality of wagering online, one should contact a legal expert or a representative of local attorney general's office for more information.
Aces.com is now privately owned with offices and representatives in Costa Rica, Ireland and Canada. The management team who have lovingly built Aces.com remain in place."
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