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[NEWS] AlertPay and Facebook Crack Down on Illegal Gambling

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Communication between AlertPay and Facebook has led to the termination of several illegal online gambling operations selling virtual poker chips for use on Facebook’s “Texas HoldEm Poker” application. Facebook does not permit online gambling on its platform and some sellers attempted to convert the Texas HoldEm Poker application into monetized online gambling.

Site offering for sale virtual poker chips for use with Texas HoldEm Poker are in violation of AlertPay’s User Agreement and in potential violation of state and United States Federal law prohibiting unlicensed and/or online gambling, as well as the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 31 U.S.C §5362.

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FAKE EMAIL..IT'S NOT FROM ALERT PAY

DON'T CLICK ON THE URL IN THIS EMAIL...IT'S A FISHING EMAIL...

THIS IS AN AUTOMATED EMAIL - PLEASE DO NOT REPLY.

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Dear Alertpay Member,

During our Regularly scheduled account maintenance and verification procedures, we were unable to verify your account information.

This might be due to either one of the following reasons:

-A Changes in your Personal Information

-Submitting invalid information during the initial enrollment process

Please renew Your records to avoid running into any future problems

note that failure to accomplish this process may result in temporary account suspension.

Please visit Client Verification form using the link below and follow the instructions on the screen

https://www.alertpay.com..../info/verify?=

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<!--sizeo:4--><span style="font-size:14pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo--><!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->FAKE EMAIL..IT'S NOT FROM ALERT PAY

DON'T CLICK ON THE URL IN THIS EMAIL...IT'S A FISHING EMAIL...<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--><!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

<a href="https://www.alertpay.com..../info/verify?=" target="_blank">https://www.alertpay.com..../info/verify?=</a>

I think you mean phishing... we should try to practice how to identify or spot spam email or malicious emails. Most users are victimized due to ignorance.

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@pjbabia

To know it, you can ask to Liberty Reserve customer service before you did in that e-mail. But don't use url address which is in that e-mail. You must bookmark LibertyReserve URL address so you asked in the right LR site.

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FOR PERSONAL STARTER you can verified AP account within few hours between monday to friday.

you can follow these step to be VERIFIED

Step 1 -- Log in to AP

Step 2 -- Enter your mobile number

Step 3 -- AP will send you 3 digit code to your mobile number

Step 4 -- Enter that code in AP

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ap payment is too bad payment processore beacuse no one can accept alertpay pament. such as any forex, any investment site. how is it a good paymentprocessore?

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