Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act
Congress enacted the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act in 2006 and credit unions had until December 1, 2009 to begin complying.
The rule's purpose is to prevent unlawful Internet gambling by focusing on business members and restricted transactions. Prince George Community Federal Credit Union has established policies and procedures to prevent businesses whose purpose is to engage in unlawful Internet gambling, from joining the credit union and to prevent "restricted transactions."
Members are prohibited from engaging in unlawful Internet gambling or any other related illegal activity. No credit union accounts, access devices or services should be used for unlawful Internet gambling or other illegal activities. Prince George Community Federal Credit Union may terminate an account relationship if member engages in unlawful Internet gambling or other illegal activities. If you have any questions about this federal regulation, please contact us at (301) 627-2666.
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