The irony of being targeted by Paddy Power adverts on a webpage where gambling addiction is the headline. Look at the footer ad on the bottom of the screenshot.
Link is here where I speak about the negligence of gambling advertising amount other things https://t.co/xlsuzDgXHCpic.twitter.com/qZ6pFtXCVX
An investigation by the regulator revealed that two customers were allowed to gamble “significant sums” of stolen money on the company’s betting exchange, Betfair.
One of the customers was the former boss of Birmingham Dogs Home, Simon Price, who spent money with Betfair that he had stolen from the charity. He was jailed in December for five years for defrauding the charity of £900,000 over a four-year period.
Failings were also identified involving three online customers and in the betting firm’s shops, including weaknesses in its source of wealth and social responsibility checks
Here’s a two minute trailer for our new documentary about professional Gambler John O’Shea. Going out tomorrow on Setanta Sports @ 2200 – It’s freeview so even if don’t have Setanta it will be on UPC channel 105 or SKY on channel 423.
While the OCI [Olympic Council of Ireland] is – as yet – merely in receipt of an anonymous email making the allegation, the Irish Independent has taken possession of detailed documentary evidence suggesting the competitor used their personal account with a large bookmaking firm to place two separate bets, both backing a specific opponent to claim victory in a competition they themselves were entered in.
The bets, at a price of 12/1, were placed the day before their competition started. Both were successful and the competitor withdrew €3,600 in cash on returning from the event.