Online Gambling Addresses (Updated for 2011)

The IRS and Department of the Treasury stated in January 2009 that online gambling websites are considered to be foreign financial accounts. If you have $10,000 or more in one or more foreign bank and/or financial accounts, you must report them on Form TD F 90-22.1.

There’s a problem, though. Most of these entities don’t broadcast their addresses. Some individuals sent email inquiries to one of these gambling sites and received politely worded responses (or not so politely worded) that said that it’s none of your business.

Well, not fully completing the Form TD F 90-22.1 can subject you to a substantial penalty. I’ve been compiling a list of the addresses of the online gambling sites. It’s presented below.

Note: This list is presented for informational purposes only. It is believed accurate as of January 1, 2011. However, I do not take responsibility for your use of this list or for the accuracy of any of the addresses presented on the list.

The list is in the cut text below.

If anyone has additions to the list feel free to email them to me.

4 Responses to “Online Gambling Addresses (Updated for 2011)”

  1. Mike says:

    Thanks Russ. Notably, it seems PokerStars’ street address has changed since last year, which is a change that should impact most of us who need to file this form.

  2. Mike says:

    Er, actually, it looks like you had it right last year. Mine must have been older. Either way, thanks for maintaining the list!

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