Michigan regulator warns against black market after nonpayment complaints

| By Marese O'Hagan
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has warned bettors of the dangers of betting on unlicensed platforms after it received complaints regarding nonpayment of winnings.

Henry Williams, executive director of MGCB, released a statement advising players to be more cautious after MGCB received complaints alleging difficulties in obtaining winnings and deposited refunds from certain sites that were not licensed in Michigan.

Williams highlighted the potential for personal information to be obtained by unregulated platforms and sold for criminal purposes- such as obtaining medical care or filing taxes in a fraudulent manner.

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