Government compensation for Football Index users is ‘inappropriate,’ according to a UK minister.

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Users of the collapsed gambling website Football Index, which crumbled in March 2021, will not be compensated with public monies, according to a UK government minister.

On Tuesday, Nigel Huddleston spoke at a special parliamentary debate on “the impact of the collapse of the Football Index,” in which a number of MPs told heartbreaking anecdotes about constituents who have been devastated by the collapse.

After virtual footballer shares worth £120 million vanished into thin air, many compared the platform to a “Ponzi scheme.”

The UK Gambling Commission was in charge of the company, and it has been accused of ignoring warnings about risky business practices.




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