Doyles Room poker players beware of an email going around asking for your information to avoid your account from being closed. It was brought to Doyles Room’s attention that this email has been circulating and it is not from them.
Here is the email you should avoid:
Hello! Your profile will be locked in response to a complaint received by the Administration 29.01.2010 ã. According to “paragraph 8″ of the user agreement, dbpn.com reserves the right to suspend or terminate the provision of services dbpn.com, promptly notifying the user.
Refute the statement may be, following this link: http://schwaber.net/6a0f07
If the application is not rejected within 7 days, your e-mail an account will be blocked. It has a number 295258821291042.
In the near future we will contact you. It takes up to 3 days to process your request. Thank you! ——————————– Sincerely, mail support service dbpn.com
Doyles Room has told us this, “we have not and will not send emails like this to our players.” If you see an email like this from Doyles Room, do not click on any links and delete it immediately! It is not from their site. Play smart and may your chip stacks be heavy.
Collateral damage? Maybe, but it has been announced that Doyle Brunson will be leaving the online poker site that bears his name, DoylesRoom.com. It seems in the wake of the FBI indictments and “Black Friday”; Brunson is leaving the site but has mentioned a possible return when the United States fully legalizes online poker.According to a DoylesRoom representative, “Doyle Brunson was a sponsored pro of DoylesRoom and he has left his endorsement contract.
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