Web Gaming Craps Out with Credit Cards

DePaul, Matthew
August 2002
Bank Technology News;Aug2002, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the growing number of credit card companies in the United States refusing to process payments to online gambling. Ban in several U.S. states; Filing of lawsuits against financial firms for gamblers' losses; Reduction in the growth of the online gambling industry.


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