Originally Posted by BleedBlue87
On the other hand, you have guys who are willing to take the risk and help these companies get players' money on and off the site. When we actually put faces to names, they are immediately scum bags.
I'm not saying they aren't, just that it's interesting.
As Honey Badger alluded above your post... someone processing American payments for online poker was someone actively disobeying the law. So it follows that a) they're more likely to be "scumbags" and b) the ones who get busted are more likely those who have a history of shady activities.
And c) the ones who get busted and make the news for it
are probably those who fit both all of the above.