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March 08, 2018, 05:06:44 PM
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I have been thinking of a question but have not got a suitable answer, in case a gambler or player who has big money in his account dies, what happens to his money? If the family eventually get to know he has money in that gambling account, how will they claim it if they dont have a password to the account or email? Does the owner of gambling site have a way of handling that or is it a free money for them to claim? Your response please.
I am referring to gambling sites like: bitsler, primedice, freebitco, cryptogames, etc
Interesting question, because we don't know when we will die. first I think making "a will letter" is important even if you are young. so when suddenly dead your family can know what your relics, but if the case is like in your question. I think you should make contact to the owner of that site, maybe will be quite difficult to do because the gambling account does not ask for ID cards on its users, so the family will be a little trouble to prove that they are his family and not just a one-sided claim

Besides.. Why should the family get the money? Cheesy.. I mean if it's from a gambling website, I doubt the first thing any family members would think when their son/daughter/brother/sister dies is: "Hmm, I wonder how much money they had on various sites and how I'll be able to get it out". Or perhaps I'm alone in thinking that way.

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