Equity Poker Network Issued A press release of a Recent Chip Dumping Scheme on Its Platform
The Equity Poker Network has plumped for a fairly different, but surely an ethical and truthful way to notify its customers about a scheme that was found on its platform. The company provided a pr release which explained how a employees working in the Fraud and Security part of the working platform have revealed a chip scheme that is dumping by four players. The skins where this happened are Comprehensive Flush Poker and 5Dimes.
EPN’s public relations team decided that being honest is probably the best choice that they had. The news release was delivered to all stakeholders who could find the given information helpful.
The very first report associated with chip dumping issue was reported by EPN skin 5Dimes staff that provided information of very big amounts of cash being transmitted improperly to a player’s online account. The EPN management had been advised to investigate the matter straight away, such that it doesn’t happen once more. The report had been issued on September 22, 2014.
If the investigation began, the Security and Fraud Department of EPN went into great information, analyzing all activity associated with the account, and been able to discover that there was clearly a ‘suspicious activity’, which resulted in three other reports. The records were owned by players of Full Flush Poker. Another interesting truth is that the account ended up being recently produced just a couple of hours before the actual chip dumping activity was committed (September 17). دفعات بازدید: بیشتر