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Warrant: New Britain Man Involved In $90,000 Foxwoods Slot Scam

There are 4 comments on the The Hartford Courant story from Jan 8, 2013, titled Warrant: New Britain Man Involved In $90,000 Foxwoods Slot Scam. In it, The Hartford Courant reports that:

A group of people stole more than $90,000 from Foxwoods Resort Casino by fraudulently accessing the accounts of customers who had been awarded free slot machine play, according to state police.

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former Foxwoods customer

United States

#1 Jan 8, 2013
Don't believe evrything you read there's already all kinds of stories all over the internet amd many are inconsistent and embellished just like the charges which came in the wake of the Newtowne masacre
I am suspicious

United States

#2 Jan 8, 2013
I am suspicious of Foxwoods because the alleged mastermind, who has been a Foxwoods customers for years, is a severe alcoholic who had been found in a gutter alongside of the road in a coma and was hospitalized after being found by a good Samaritan Foxwoods took his money rather than shut him off as required by law It will be interesting to know whether these alleged victims of $90,000 stolen from them will appear in Court or if their names will be published Who is doing a check and balance on Foxwoods to ensure that these phantom victims get their money back? The whole thing stinks.
I am suspicious

United States

#3 Jan 8, 2013
The only masterminding that was done seems to have been done by those who trummed up these charges. In order to get slot comps you have to put a players card in the slot machine Then you have to reach down into your own pocket and take your money and put it in the slot machine for a credit to register on the card from your playing the slots. You have to have a pin on the players card and you have to show positive I.D. when redeeming these comps If Foxwoods says there is $90,000 involved then Foxwood made a bundle of money as a result of the fruits of this alleged crime ring Why would Foxwoods be able to keep any money and benefit from this alleged scam? Seems like Foxwoods allowed this to happen to the extent it made money off of it. I don't think Foxwoods is an innocent victim Get injured down there and they will treat you like you are a criminal who did something wrong Mohegan is just as bad
Ivy C

Malden, MA

#4 May 8, 2013
According to that rag, The Day, Foxwoods revenues had been plummeting long before they alleged there was a slot scam.

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