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Crown Resorts, an Australian casino operator, has once again emerged at the epicenter of the scandal. Three former employees have taken to court, claiming Crown Resorts is operating a slot machine and covered up a potential money laundering scheme at Melbourne's largest casino. On Wednesday, Congressman Andrew Wilkie presented video evidence of three former employees accusing the company. James is known to have not been involved in illegal casino operations.
Crown Resort's reputation seems to be hit again by the shocking criticism of three unidentified former employees. They accused the company of manipulating slot machines at a Melbourne casino. Details claimed the casino operator added a fix button that allows players to play automatically and lose significant amounts in an instant.
It should be noted that slot machines, or poker machines known in Australia, are one of the most prevalent gambling activities in the country. Concerns have been raised about gambling-related issues. According to recent statistics, Australian residents lose about A$12 billion a year from gambling activities.
Separately, Crown's former employees explained that the company prompted employees to use other identification cards for money transactions worth more than A$10,000. In that way, operators can override Australia's anti-money laundering regulations and do not have to report suspicious transactions to the Australian financial watchdog.
Andrew Wilkie, Australia's independent policymaker, gave evidence before Congress. This Wednesday, he spoke in Canberra under parliamentary privilege. Mr. Wilkie was opposed to having slot machines all over the country and had the opportunity to support his position. He asked the competent authorities to investigate the matter. Victoria's State Gambling and Liquor Regulatory Commission has announced that it is a regular review of gambling cases that take place every five years.
Previous Crimes at Crown Resort
This is not the first time Crown Resort has been embroiled in a gambling scandal, but it was revealed that some Crown Resort employees were arrested in China in mid-October 2016 on charges of illegal promotion of gambling services. They systematically offered Chinese residents a tour of the casino operator's gambling house disguised as a tourism activity.
Monday, September 4, 2023
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