Atlantic City casinos are fined more than $33,000


Posted on the 21st of October 2015

Atlantic City casinos are fined more than $33,000

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has fined four Atlantic City casinos over $33,000 for various offenses which range from allowing self-excluded gamblers to gamble, to allowing persons who could not prove their age to gamble. The Trump Taj Mahal must forfeit more than $16,000 that it took from 3 players whose names are on a casino self-exclusion list. The Borgata must forfeit more than $3,700 it confiscated from players who were not able to prove that they were at least 21 years of age. Resorts was fined $3,000 for cashier rule violations. bwin.party was issued with a $10,000 fine for violating the terms of a divestiture agreement by one of its stockholders. None of the casinos contested any of the fines or forfeiture orders. The state will use the forfeited money to fund programs for senior citizens and the disabled.

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