Dutch regulator Kansspelautoriteit (KSA) announced yesterday that in recent months it has conducted an investigation that has found "insufficient" compliance by some online gambling licensees, including failing to check customers’ origin of money, saying many only saw a reason to carry out these checks when players make a deposit in excess of €2,500 (£2,097/$2,627).

From the KSA:

Research into the origin of money
The research shows, among other things, that many online gambling providers only see a reason to check whether this is compatible with the player's income when deposits are much higher than EUR 2,500 into a player's account. The Ksa emphasizes that spending large amounts on games of chance is only possible for few people; after all, an average net monthly salary is approximately EUR 2,500. The Ksa therefore expects license holders to conduct earlier research. This is important from the point of view of preventing gambling addiction (consumer protection) and money laundering (crime). The Ksa will initiate further investigations into two license holders in response to the findings.

Unusual transactions
It also appears that online gambling providers do not report all transactions (such as transactions from 15,000 euros in 24 hours or other unusual transactions) to FIU-the Netherlands, although they are obliged to do so. Another shortcoming is that many unusual transactions are not reported as quickly as possible. A transaction must be reported within 14 days at the latest.
As a result, KSA sent a warning to the online market pointing out "the identified shortcomings," saying "if further investigation shows that shortcomings continue," it will impose sanctions.

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