Anti-Online Gambling Ban Proposal moves forward

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Anti-Online Gambling Ban Proposal moves forward


The post security bill will now go forward to a voice vote in the Senate and until now had not been able to reach this point. The bureaucratic process and the President's signature are the only things left before this bill goes into law and the anti-gambling measure was attached to it.


The online gambling measure would make it illegal for banks and credit card companies to make deposits to online gambling sites. Currently, many banks and credit card companies already prohibit players from using them to fund their online account, but there are ways around this, of which both the online gaming sites, and players have found.


Many fear gambling is a dangerous addiction that undermines the family, dashes dreams, and frays the fabric of society. Congress has grappled with this issue for 10 years, and during that time we've watched this shadow industry explode.


They also say that online gambling is illegal and although the individual player can't possibly be policed, they can ban the financial institutions that fund and provoke this gambling. They've been trying to pass this regulation for over 10 years and have been unsuccessful, but now they are making headway and the casinos and online sites will have to come up with other creative ways for their players to fund their accounts.


The e-check process which has become a very popular funding method, will also be included in the banning. Western Union has also joined in on putting a stop to funding gaming sites and even has a statement on their site and attempts to prohibit their services from being used for such a purpose. The problem is, however, that the sites are getting around it making it difficult to be enforced. Your portal to all the best online casinos with the biggest bonuses