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  1. According to the most recent update on the official FullTiltPokerClaims.comwebsite, another $2 million will be distributed to 600 US claimants by the end of September. In case you're wondering who will be paid this time around, text found on the site explains that the $2 million is earmarked for those who "confirmed their FTP Account Balances. GCG is currently working with the bank selected by the DOJ to set up the payment process. GCG expects to issue payments via ACH before the end of September 2014." --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by Betsafe, one of the leading suppl
  2. In a notice posted on FullTiltPokerClaims.com, the Garden City Group, the appointed Claims Administrator for US Full Tilt refunds, issued a warning on Monday to petitioners who failed to provide correct social security information. In fact, giving incomplete or incorrect social security information could result in a player's claim being denied. "Petitioners with an incomplete or incorrect Social Security Number will have their petition recommended for denial," the statement read. "As explained in FAQ Number 17 on this website, prior to the payment of funds to a petitioner, GCG is required t
  3. [caption width="640"] Approximately 1,500 Full Tilt Poker claims were denied because players did not meet the remission requirements[/caption] The Garden City Group, the company responsible for administering all Full Tilt Poker fund dispersals, recently announced that approximately 1,500 claims had been denied by the U.S. Department of Justice after not meeting remission requirements. Affected players were notified via email. "Certain individuals' petitions were denied was because they did not meet the remission requirements," a DOJ spokesperson said. "This is for specific reasons,
  4. According to an email that a member of PocketFives received in recent days, the first payments sent to US players with disputed Full Tilt balances will go out no later than March 2015. How many players will be included in the initial distribution and what kinds of disputed claims will be paid out are not known. The email sent from Garden City Group, the appointed Claims Administrator for Full Tilt, to the member of PocketFives read, "Thank you for your email. GCG is still working with the Department of Justice to evaluate disputed and new petitions. Currently, we do not have an exact timeli
  5. The latest update for US players with disputed Full Tilt Pokerclaims comes from Poker Players Alliance(PPA) Executive Director John Pappas, who provided an update to PocketFives on Monday about the latest round of distributions in this forum thread. --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by Betsson Poker, a leading global online gaming provider. Betsson Poker is available on Mobile and offers regular promotions to live events around the world along with great bonuses and
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