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    A member of my forum has had his moneybookers account hacked and cleared out of 140euros.

    The same day the money was deposited into an online poker room and all lost or dumped at the tables.

    When I asked him how he knew this he said that the poker room told him so.

    So that means that the poker room knows the account that the money went into and the players details etc yet they will not release anything to him. They are not replying to his emails and Moneybookers have said he will not get his money back and have closed his account.

    Any ideas what way to procede with this ?

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    Pressure applied to the poker room...

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    The Poker room should be bending backwards to assist you with this, you need to keep putting pressure on them, especially considering that they know the id, they should be dealing with this player on your behalf and keeping you posted on any feedback!!!!!!
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    I totally agree that the poker room should be pulling out all the stops on this.

    As it isnt a poker room I am affiliate for he is not one of my players but he is a member of my forum so the minute he asks me to contact the poker room on his behalf I shall do so.

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