Kindred to pay £1.6m over AML and gambling harm failures

Operator found to have allowed a convicted fraudster to gamble £629,420 via its online casino back in 2017

Kindred Group has been ordered to pay £1.6m by the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) after a convicted fraudster was found to have gambled £629,420 with the operator. A UKGC investigation revealed that Kindred, operating under its Platinum Gaming Ltd licence in the UK, had failed to identify gambling harm and prevent money laundering after the customer had made…

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