Originally Posted by pboymagoo
Skallagrim, Thanks for the information thus far. Has there been any mention of a procedure to allow FT players to verify how much they are owed before applying for remissions. I'm one of I'm sure the many who have a general idea of how much I am owed, but don't have a written record or screen shot of my final balance. At this point, I can't even recall what my password was for FullTilt if they reopened access to the site for verification. Thanks for your continuing guidance.
The one thing we do know is that the DOJ AFMLS will have complete access to all FTP account records. So the actual amount of your account balance will be available even if you do not know it.
But the AFMLS will have to have some sort of way of verifying that the people they are planning to send checks too are indeed the holders of the account in question. Loss of password could really complicate that.
The PPA is putting together information like this to give to the DOJ so that they can hopefully devise a system that takes care of concerns like yours, but I am sure it will take a bit of time before that system is announced.
So until the plan is in place, every FTP player should try and amass as much of their account information as possible. Hopefully the vast majority of players will have enough to make verifying their ownership of the account a very simple process. For those who do not, the PPA hopes there will be ways to get the information as needed through some special procedures.
But until the procedure is decided and published I can't really get any more specific than that.