Provides Answers in Wake of Internet Gambling Ban

As the Internet gambling world reels following the signing of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act by President Bush on Friday morning, one website is making efforts to reassure fearful gamblers.

(PRWEB) October 17, 2006 —, the most popular Internet gambling forum on the web, has announced that it has added a new forum to its offerings: the New Offshore Environment Information Forum. This forum will provide “information relating to changes in the way you gamble online” and is intended to provide assistance to Internet gamblers unsure of how the new legislation affects their pastime.
With extensive contacts throughout the Internet gambling community, the management of is able provide a platform for online sportsbooks and financial institutions to communicate directly with current and potential customers regarding any pertinent changes in business practices. Information relating to financial transactions, the status of American and non-American customers, pending wagers, and more will be addressed.
“Information will be made available as soon as it is received, and efforts to obtain new information will be ongoing,” says Rick Allec, General Manager. “The forum is free to all members, yet the information provided is invaluable. Online gamblers are scared right now; we want to show them that the industry is adaptable and will easily survive this bump.”
Internet gamblers can sign up to Internet gambling forum in just a few easy steps. Once registered, any new members are free to ask questions of the staff who will be available online 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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