- Martin McKenna photo
The reasons are extremely obvious - but don't bet on the BC Liberals doing the right thing.
In fact, minister responsible Rich Coleman has already rejected the idea of firing the $383,000 a year CEO.
It doesn't get much worse than that!
It was actually because of a "data crossover" that allowed some players to access other players money and financial information!
Then we discover that the Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada -- FINTRAC -- fined BC Lottery Corporation because it misfiled 1,020 reports for casino transactions over $10,000.
Hmmmm - let's see - who would likely be making such transactions? Lemme think - yes, there are four possibilities:
- Really lucky gamblers
- Really rich gamblers
- drug dealers laundering money
- terrorists laundering money
I'm going to stick to Lotto 6-49 - where I know I won't win the big prize but at least I'm laundering money to health care and education - not organized crime or terrorism!
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