It seems like the process for former United States members of Full Tilt Poker to receive remissions has gone on Forever. The Garden City Group has updated the Full Tilt Poker Claims site numerous times to help players on the path to repayment but the process has taken some time. Back in September, it seemed as though the process may have finally come to an end but ‘Surprise!’ there is more to be done.
Just yesterday, the Garden City Group announced on the Full Tilt Poker Claims site information in regards to deficiency notifications to those who filed petitions. The Garden City Group has identified petitioners who had confirmed their former FTP account balance but then submitted improper banking information that was either incorrect or incomplete. These players also apparently messed up when filling out social security information.
On the 25th of this month, the Garden City Group sent out emails to over 2,200 petitioners with instructions on how to make corrections or updates to this information via the online filing site. Players have until the 24th of November to make the corrections or they will face the decisions made by the GCG.
The GCG stated that petitioners who have incorrect or incomplete banking information will receive a check in the mail. The check will be sent to the address provided on the online petition if the petition is approved during the review process.
The social security issues will result in players having their petition recommended for denial. The GCG has quoted the Frequently Asked Question #17 of the site that states prior to a payment of funds, the GCG is required to provide the social security number or Taxpayer Identification Number to the government. This is a requirement in order to offset and collect any debts that qualify as part of the Treasury Offset Program.
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