Reference
43062
Licensee name
SJU Limited
Principal address
Suite 2B
143 Main Street
Gibraltar
GX11 1AA
Licensed activities
Surrendered  help

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Where a licence is shown as surrendered, this indicates that a licensee has notified the Commission that the licence is no longer required.

Remote
Bingo  help

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This licence entitles you to provide facilities for the playing of bingo by remote communication (for example by internet or mobile phone). Find out more about licences for remote gambling.

Casino  help

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This licence entitles you to provide facilities for the playing of casino games and/or participation in other virtual gaming by remote communication (for example roulette, blackjack, poker, reel games). Find out more about licences for remote gambling.

General Betting Standard - Real Event  help

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This licence entitles you to provide facilities for betting on the outcome of real events (whether or not you also provide betting on virtual events) by means of remote communication. Find out more about types of betting licence.

General betting (standard) (virtual events)  help

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This licence entitles you to provide facilities for betting only on virtual events, races or processes by means of remote communication (for example betting on the outcome of a virtual greyhound race, virtual horse race, a virtual football game or virtual penalty shoot-out). Find out more about types of betting licence.

Pool betting  help

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This licence entitles you to provide facilities for pool betting by remote communication. Find out more about types of betting licence.


Sanctions
No sanctions recorded
Other action
Other action date
30 October 2017

The Gambling Commission commenced a regulatory investigation on 29 March 2017 after receiving a police report regarding an individual who was convicted of stealing from his employer. The customer deposited some of the proceeds of his crimes with Stan James Online (the website), losing a total of £40,000 with the operator. SJU accept that they did not have adequate policies in place to identify problem gambling and failed to comply with financial requirement aimed at preventing money laundering.

As a result, the Commission has accepted a penalty package which comprises:

  • agreement to the publication of this statement outlining the failings by SJU and the lessons to be learned by the wider industry
  • a payment in lieu of a financial penalty in the sum of £40,000, which we would otherwise impose for breach of a licence condition in accordance with our Statement of Principles for Determining Financial Penalties, to include a contribution to the Commission costs of investigating this matter.
  • Divestment of a further £40,000 by way of re-imbursement to the victim (the customer’s employer) in line with the Commission’s policy for determining financial penalties. This amount replicates the customer loss to Stan James Online whilst licensed by the Commission.

For more information, please see our public statement which can be found on the Gambling Commission's website .

Domain names
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No domain names recorded
Trading names
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Also see:

How to complain to a gambling business

Key facts about the gambling industry

Regulatory action