Casino News: Fake foreigner busted by Singapore Casinos

Fake foreigner busted by Singapore Casinos

 December 12, 2010, 10:50 am (8 years ago)
Online Casinos and gaming in Singapore has gained tremendous popularity. The tourism industry is already at boom and has proved to be a great revenue source for the government of Singapore. Everyone is attracted by this lucrative offer but the government of Singapore has placed a ban on the local people to gamble on this establishments.

However there is always an anxiety among many people to break the rules. With this system, players have no options, possibilities or back doors open to them. Hence many gamblers employ the route of breaking the law and enjoying the gambling season.

Recently same sort of case was witnessed by the citizens of Singapore. A woman entered the Resort World Sentosa where she was participating in illicit gambling activities. The woman aged 47 was trying to avert paying any taxes on gambling and was busted by the cops for entertaining the use of a fake identity.

The government of Singapore is trying to have a vigilant security to overcome such scams and to tighten its rein on, as of who is eligible for gambling. This is the reason for which the 47 year old was charged with cheating and will possibly end up in prison for a period of five years for her offenses. By doing so the government expects to curb the criminal activities.

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