Illegal Betting and Internet Gambling

  • Fausto Martin De Sanctis


Criminals use illegal betting as a means to launder their gains from criminal activities. This chapter explains and analyzes the modus operandi of these money launderers.


Betting Prevalence in the world of sport Gambling Misuse of betting 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Tribunal Regional Federal 3rd RegionSao PauloBrazil

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