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Credit card company Visa is clamping down on online casinos transactions starting this week, in order to protect itself from lawsuits and government legislation. And that may affect Internet bettors everywhere.

Credit cards have been the predominant payment method at online casinos and sportsbooks for years, so much so that Visa set out operating regulations for Internet gambling transactions in June 1998 and again in November 1999. But those regulations haven’t been enforced – until this fall.

Visa has decided to crack down on merchants for two reasons: the introduction of legislation in the U.S. that seeks to ban the use of credit cards in Internet betting, and a series of lawsuits from people who used their Visa cards to gamble online.

On October 31, Rep. James Leach of Iowa reintroduced a bill that would prohibit the use of credit cards, checks, and debit cards in online wagering. While the implications of the bill are widespread, the real concern for Visa is that the company would be responsible for policing card use.

Visa has also faced a number of lawsuits in recent years from gamblers who have racked up tens of thousands of dollars of bad debt while using their credit cards to gamble online. The cardholders alleged that Visa was at fault for allowing them to illegally bet at Internet casinos, and the company ultimately has to absorb the losses.

Visa has announced that as of November 15, 2001 it will be cracking down by auditing all transactions from merchants that offer ‘gambling services’ in order to protect itself from both lawsuits and legislative prohibitions, as well as what it calls “the possibility of brand compromise” and “the added costs resulting from dispute resolution.”

But how does Visa know where the transactions originate? Online gambling Situs Judi Online merchants …

A Decent Start to the Judi Online Qq Euros

 

 

Two days in and the 2016 European Championship promises to be a reasonably entertaining and attacking tournament.

 

France happily won what had been a typically frustrating opening game thanks to Dmitri Payet’s Roy of the Rovers winner.

 

Had that game ended goalless it might have set a dull tone for the first round and more importantly left the host nation’s fans a little demoralised when they need to be leading by example.

 

Les Bleus did some good midfield work and should have no trouble despatching limited Albania on Wednesday. With every win the host Judi Online Qq nation gets more behind its team and France have all the means to tap into the spirit of 1998 – fine players and home advantage most notably.

 

I travelled to Euro ’92 in Sweden where there were only eight finalists: Sweden, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, France, England, Scotland and the Commonwealth of Independent States (the post USSR).

 

Some of those might not look like they belonged in the top eight in Europe but with this edition’s expansion to 24 teams, the minnows clearly outnumber the big fish.

 

But how many tiddlers are there in the pond? Albania who had a typically plucky debut today, losing 1-0 to Switzerland and having their captain sent off, are clearly one.

 

Yet the same afternoon, Wales, making their first finals appearance since 1958, beat Slovakia 2-1.

 

The other suspects –  Northern Ireland, Austria, Eire, Iceland, Hungary, Romania and Turkey could well upset an apple cart or two so it seems churlish to complain about the tournament’s size at this stage.

 

Should we suffer from a plague of first-round draws and take-it-easy final games, as four our of the six third-place teams will qualify for the next …

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