Club World Casino, also trading as Club USA Casino, has today issued details of an alleged fraud which appears to be sweeping the online gaming sector. While there is no certainty who is behind the fraudulent activity, it is believed that Russian spammers have set up a dummy website and sent out thousands of e-mails under the name of Club World Casino. Obviously Club World Casino has nothing to do with this illegal activity and is determined to warn online gamblers at the earliest opportunity.
Apparently the fraudulent e-mail shows the name "Susan Harrison" who appears as a signatory and the e-mail appears to come from a valid Club World Casino e-mail account. However, the request that members of Club USA join the new King Dice Casino could prove very costly for online casino fans!
The King Dice Casino website is nothing more than an attempt to gain access to your private information such as bank account details and credit card numbers. Those who enter such information onto the website will soon find their bank accounts have been cleared and their credit cards have been maxed out. This is not the first time that Russian spammers have been blamed for such instances in the gambling industry but due to the make-up of the Internet it is very difficult to locate and close down those at the heart of these activities.