The company in charge of redistributing all the seized funds from Full Tilt Poker, Garden City Goup, has emailed all eligible former FTP users over Monday and Tuesday of this week. The company used information provided by Full Tilt Poker in order to identify which users were in the clear for the refund process and sent them emails with instructions on how to proceed. Users also have a chance to log in to either FullTiltPokerClaims.com or in to the GCG website to initiate the petition process for remissions. The process will last until November 16th, 2013. Users who requested a remissions process but are not eligible for one will not receive emails with the required login data. And emails which have bounced back will be resent by the GCG. All users are being asked to wait 2 to 3 days prior to requesting a new petition so as to avoid bottlenecks in the process.
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