UPDATE 1 July, 2018
Responsibles behind Full Flush Poker announced their willingness to settle balances for Game Protect victims. If you already submitted your claim, please make sure your email address is up-to-date.
All victims still can join the Full Flush Poker 70:30 litigation proceeding with submitting your info.
14 January, 2017
Full Flush user Agirlinoh submitted her claim of $152,000 and we can start with the proceeding. 🙂
The amount of proved claims reached now US $248,000
Full Flush Poker litigation 70:30 proceeding
Game Protect offers to collect your whole Full Flush Poker account balance. The law firm takes 30% and you will get 70% of any amount they are able to collect.
If you have interest to participate, please send the following info using Support Ticket and as reference: Full Flush Poker litigation
a) Your full name
b) Full Flush Poker username
c) Total amount owed
d) Proof of the money owed and pending withdrawal request in form of screenshots or email conversation or chatlogs with customer support
You can join the recovery proceeding even if you have no proof of the full amount owed. But you need at least any kind of proof that they owe you money.
The Curacao licensing requirements demand that as a minimum, player information, financial transactions and game logic must be stored and operated on computer hardware situated within the Curacao e-zone. The gaming server provider of course make a daily backup of the data. So even if you have no proof of your total account balance, your data must be on the daily backups.
Stay tuned for further updates…