Originally Posted by chrisjun83
Global has banned me and seized over $16,000.
I tavel alot also and been playing while traveling. All the sudden they restricted their site around late January. Eager to play I used a vpn not knowing it was violating the TOC. Honestly, who reads the TOC? They have told me in the past email I can play outside of jurisdiction too. Now they changed their toc? It just seems unfair/unjust to block your site without any warning then tell us we can play but not redeem?? Then hit me with a bann and seize all my funds?
Ive been a loyal customer for several years playing fulltime on global and this is the first time in violation. Dont you think its a bit harsh to banned me without any warning or guidance? And seize over $16,000?
Im still shocked on how they are handling this situation. Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
Thx for reading my post. Be careful of using vpn and doing anything out of their jurisdiction.[/QUOTE
I think that Global Poker operates illegally in the US, cause Malta license doesn't make sense for the subject of another jurisdiction. Same thing with RNG tests results. On the iTech page you may see a world map with countries jurisdiction approved their tests and the US is not their. Why they don't have an office in the US? No US license and no taxes to the IRS, correct?
Pretty sure "no VPN" has been in the TOC since Global's inception. It's your responsibility to be aware of their rules. But I do hope they give you your money, even if they choose to ban you from the site.