Employees of the casino told her, in substance, that they had no expectation she would be responsible for those debts.
The company could not say whether customer credit-card records had been breached.
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You'll always know how many points are needed for the rewards on your wish list.In Nevada, failing to pay a gambling debt is a felony criminal offense comparable to passing a bad check.Report gambling winnings on Form W-2G if:.Otherwise, they face potential jail time.Last December, Las Vegas-based casino operator Affinity Gaming announced that its credit-card transactions had been hacked and warned its 300,000 customers to take steps to protect themselves from identity theft.But in arguing that their clients were shills, Reese said, the defense attorneys were essentially admitting the women were part of a much larger scheme.
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The attorneys believed those records would support their claim: that the women were recruited by employees at the Sands Venetian and Palazzo to help high-rollers from China gamble millions without documents signed in their names.
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The winnings (reduced by the wager or buy-in) are more than 5,000 from a poker tournament,.Reuters was unable to reach Wong or his wife in trips to homes he owned in Las Vegas and Los Angeles.Membership in Club Grazie may be revoked or cancelled at any time without notice at the discretion of management.Little effort was made to conceal the shill arrangements, former employees said.Unlike in years past, those debts went unpaid.How to apply for a Club Grazie Card Applying for a card is fast, easy and free.Only with Sands Rewards is every moment truly rewarded in so many incredible ways.For years, as players lost millions in Suns and Yangs names, fleurs paint gifts and wood crafts all was good.Unlike the crowded main betting floors at the Venetian and Palazzo, the high stakes rooms are intimate, often seating one or two tables of players.The criminal complaint filed against each woman was just two pages, charging them for defrauding the Sands.The lawyers describe the women as the bottom rung of a network of hosts and handlers who court wealthy gamblers from China and sometimes help them play anonymously.Yang was offered a similar arrangement in 2011 by another Palazzo host, the lawyers said.