Galaxy Macau warns over sites using its name

The casino operator has clarified it does not offer online gambling services.
The casino operator has clarified it does not offer online gambling services.

The operator of the Macau casino has warned customers over sites using its name.

Macau.- Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) has released a statement to clarify that it runs no online gambling operations.

Despite many companies turning to online during the pandemic, Galaxy has made clear that it has no such intentions.

It has warned customers over online gambling sites using the Galaxy name, saying it will take no responsibility for losses that may result from using fraudulent websites.

The firm’s statement said: “GEG and all of its properties (including Galaxy Macau, Broadway Macau, and StarWorld Hotel) have no affiliations with any online gambling and betting sites, nor have we directly or indirectly authorised any websites and/or related companies to carry out any form of online gambling and betting activities for and on behalf of us.

“Should any member of the public suspect of any fake gambling and betting websites, and/or being cheated or approached by any suspicious persons claiming to be in any way connected with GEG relating to such fake illegal gambling and betting websites, we urge you to report to the police or contact our Customer Service immediately.”

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