Sign up for our newsletters    

Sign up for our newsletters   

Baltimore City Paper home page.

0 search results for "Accused Money-Launderer's Lawyer Says His Client No Longer Owns Payment-Processor Electracash"

Accused Money-Launderer’s Lawyer Says His Client No Longer Owns Payment-Processor Electracash

October 26, 2009
By

As federal authorities continue their Maryland-based investigation into online gambling, the lawyer for one of the two people charged in the probe—Edward Courdy, accused last year of laundering illegal gambling proceeds—tells City Paper that a piece of the government’s information is wrong. Courdy, Stanley Greenberg writes in an Oct. 21 letter, is no longer...
Read more »

Tags: , ,
Posted in The News Hole | 3 Comments »

Federal On-Line Gambling Investigation in Maryland Seizes E-Mails of Payment-Processor Electracash

October 26, 2009
By

Update: Accused Money-Launderer’s Lawyer Says His Client No Longer Owns Payment-Processor Electracash Electracash, Inc., the California payment-processor whose bank accounts were seized in July by federal investigators in Maryland who are probing the online gambling industry, has been targeted again. This time, the Feds are going after evidence of gambling-related communications in Electracash’s e-mail...
Read more »

Tags: , , ,
Posted in The News Hole | 2 Comments »

Feds in Maryland Seize Six More Bank Accounts Tied to Laundering Gambling Proceeds

September 24, 2009
By

Update: Accused Money-Launderer’s Lawyer Says His Client No Longer Owns Payment-Processor Electracash As recounted in court documents made public yesterday in Maryland’s U.S. District Court, federal authorities seized the contents of six Wachovia Bank accounts held by a company called Forshay Enterprises, Inc., saying the accounts hold gambling proceeds involved in money laundering. The...
Read more »

Tags: , ,
Posted in The News Hole | 1 Comment »