Bot Crackdown at partypoker Continues with Another 48 Accounts Closed1 year ago
The management at partypoker are continuing their relentless assault on the bot problem affecting online poker today. Another 48 accounts using automatic programs have been discovered and closed down. $148,668 and €29,495 was seized and returned to any affected players.
Fraudulent activity by the way of artificial intelligence has long plagued the online game, but partypoker has decided not to take this problem lying down. Not only that, they have conducted this war with complete transparency and should be applauded for doing so. Since December 2018 a total of 649 bot accounts have been eliminated with a whopping $1,174,758 and €164,878 confiscated and redistributed to the affected players.
While the banning of HUDs was a controversial move, we can now see for sure that partypoker is taking the integrity of their games with the utmost seriousness. Players who claim that not being able to check through their databases hinders the community efforts to stamp out cheating, can rest in peace knowing that those with all of the data are trying their hardest on behalf of their customers.
Players should also still be on the lookout for any suspicious activity during play and report such to the appropriate department at firstname.lastname@example.org. partypoker promises that every single complaint will be investigated fully. Eagle-eyed customers sharing any concerns goes a long way to restoring full and complete confidence in the online game.
A dedicated specialist Poker Fraud Team is now functional. Comprised of former professional players and other experts, the squad continues to receive investment for better resources to aid their crusade against unethical accounts. Any customers with any concerns on this matter shouldn’t hesitate to contact the support team. They can also keep an eye out for the monthly updates detailing how many accounts have been closed and what funds have been returned to affected players.
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