Full Tilt: We're No Ponzi Scheme

Full Tilt has issued a new statement denying recent Ponzi Scheme allegations.
1503 27th September, 2011 The Full Tilt Saga
Full Tilt: We're No Ponzi Scheme

Full Tilt has issued a new statement via PokerStrategy.com in which it denies the recent Ponzi Scheme allegations from US District Attorney Preet Bharara.

"Full Tilt Poker is not a Ponzi Scheme.

On September 19, 2011, the Department of Justice issued a release stating that Full Tilt Poker was “A Global Ponzi Scheme.”  While the government has taken issue with the underlying activities of FTP, under any reasonable interpretation, there is no way to characterize the operation of Full Tilt Poker’s virtual online card room as a global Ponzi scheme.

A “Ponzi” scheme is an investment fraud that involves the payment of purported returns to existing investors from funds contributed by new investors. Ponzi schemes do not involve any legitimate investment, but rather use the new investor funds to pay “dividends” to the initial investors.

Despite recent events, FTP remains committed to identifying a suitable investor and paying back its players in full."

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