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I/O -> Offshore Gambling Site Laundered $2 Million (3/24/2016 2:44:21 PM)

Been a lot of chatter down the dial on some of this for a few weeks now...

http://recode.net/2016/03/15/offshore-gambling-site-laundered-2-million-in-amazon-gift-cards-feds-say/?utm_content=buffer881b9&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer




I/O -> RE: Offshore Gambling Site Laundered $2 Million (3/29/2016 2:10:57 PM)

The Money Laundering Rabbit Hole of Costa Rica’s 5Dimes Sportsbook Grows
Costa Rica News Uncategorized23 hours ago
Costa Rica News – The amount of people, companies and countries involved in 5Dimes and related money laundering and illegal gambling continues to grow.



money laundering 5dimes costa ricaThe money entering Costa Rica through Latco Company from Malta and Dubai was linked to the operation of the 5Dimes sportsbook.

The millions were said to be intended to develop real estate projects, like gas stations, offices and apartments. The BCR accounts were closed in November due to doubts regarding the money’s origin.

Some of the money had been transferred to Red Planet S.A., Tobraso Total Brand Solutions, and the board of directors, managers and family members.

While Jennifer Morsink was in charge of Latco, the Bank of Costa Rica denounced the company for money laundering.

Relatives and possible owners of 5Dimes were found in Pennsylvania by the Department of Homeland Security. They were involved in another facet of the scams, gambling with Amazon cards.

Millions have been laundered from Malta, New York, Panama, and surely countless other places yet to be found out about.

A messenger deposited $9,000 in checks from various banks in Panama every week.

This looks like the beginning of the end for this sportsbook in Costa Rica.




I/O -> RE: Offshore Gambling Site Laundered $2 Million (3/30/2016 2:42:00 AM)

Another example of the dump SBR is and how it uses it's various tools (mods posting with various handles). Whether 5 Dimes is on the right side of the issue or not, threads have been being deleted for some time now. I wouldn't trust a thing from that site EVER. I'm surprised this thread is even up but they have to admit the white elephant in the room sometime....the story is all over the freeking net.


Edit by SBR: Normally discussions involving processing or activity that might be restricted in certain jurisdictions is not permitted, because of the legal implications and the fact that it harms players looking to sports bet regardless of the jurisdiction that they are in. That said, users are rightly curious about the implication of some of the sensational headlines, all starting with a Costa Rican newspaper.

We can tell you that 5Dimes is still operating as normal in Costa Rica and to date we haven't received a payment complaint. If we were to, we will update the forum as we do with any other book that begins slow-paying.

Here is our recent article on the issue:

http://www.sportsbookreview.com/forum/players-talk/3242391-fortune-magazine-also-posted-5dimes-story-about-money-laundering.html




Sam Ace Rothstein -> RE: Offshore Gambling Site Laundered $2 Million (4/27/2016 11:42:01 AM)

is 5 dimes having probs or what?

i need a new book that does open parlays but now all this stuff is going on?




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