March Deadline Possible for Full Tilt Disputed Claim Payments

Full Tilt PokerFormer US players of Full Tilt Poker have been waiting for some time to receive payments based on balances at the online poker site. The Garden City Group has worked as the Claims Administrator for the remission process and information has now come to light that players with disputed Full Tilt balances will be paid by March of this year.

The claims process gave former members of the online poker site the opportunity to fill out a petition to receive payment. Payments were then sent out based on the information received. Those who had disputed claims have waited longer than other groups and should now receive payment by the end of March 2015. According to a report at PocketFives, a member of the community received an email that stated the disputed balances would be paid in this time frame.

The email read that the Garden City Group continues to work with the Department of Justice to evaluate disputed petitions as well as new petitions. An exact timeline has yet to be made but the group believes it will be the end of March when payments occur.

The Garden City Group kept players up to date via news releases at the Full Tilt Poker Claims site. The last time the site was updated was toward the end of October when players were given instructions on how to update or correct a petition if incomplete or incorrect information was present. Players had until November 24th to make the appropriate corrections.

Since the email was released, one could expect additional details to be announced by the GCG in the coming weeks. The Garden City Group has not officially announced the March 2015 deadline so it will be interesting to see if they come forward and make an official statement as to when disputed claims can be expected.

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