888 handed record £7.8m fine over protection of vulnerable customers



The action from the Gambling Commission follows the discovery of "significant flaws" in 888's social responsibility processes, which aim to protect consumers from gambling-related harm.
An investigation by the commission found that, due to a technical failure in 888's systems, more than 7,000 customers who had chosen to self-exclude were still able to access their accounts.
It meant customers were able to deposit a total of £3.5 million into their accounts and continue to gamble for more than 13 months.
Safeguarding consumers is not optional The commission said 888's procedures... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Regional North West , Views: 42
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