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Netherlands Gaming Authority warns for illegal lotteries on Facebook

The story of Facebook is incredible. Since its establishment in 2004 millions of people have become a member of this social network site. However, Facebook has a dark side too. Illegal lotteries have been active on the social network for a while. The Netherlands Gaming Authority (Ksa) has issued a warning for these so-called ‘dipping’ or ‘diplo’ lotteries.

Illegal lotteries on Facebook
Illegal lotteries on Facebook are often active in private groups. This means that you have to become a member first. Participants of the lotteries can compete for a price of a few euros. Think about a second hand item for example, cash or newer and more expensive items.

More and more questions
The Netherlands Gambling Authority, which is currently researching these kinds of lotteries, is getting more and more questions and reports about illegal lotteries. It’s a bad sign that the prizes seem to be getting bitter and more expensive. The lotteries do this to attract enticing as many consumers as possible. However, are those prizes actually paid or is it all a big scam?

‘Alarming’ gaming authortiy
The Netherlands Gaming Authority Board member Bernadette van Buchem thinks it’s very alarming. ‘These lotteries take place out of everyone’s sight and out of control’. She says everyone on Facebook should be very careful.

Research in dipping on Facebook

The Netherlands Gaming Authority closely monitors the development of ‘dipping’. Thorough research is carried out because of possible scams. After this has been completed the Ksa will make further announcements about any infringements, as well as any measures taken against suppliers. According to a spokesperson, the investigation will continue for weeks to months.

Working from abroad
The organizer of a diplo lottery can be active in the Netherlands, but sometimes he or she works from abroad. Payments are made via internet banking or Tikkie. At the moment it’s not clear how many of these lotteries are held.


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