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Steve Fisher still runs TRNC online betting world from South Cyprus
Despite leaving enormous debts behind in the TRNC after the collapse of his co-owned Stan Toto Betting, Steve Fisher still runs the country’s online betting world.

Despite leaving enormous debts behind in the TRNC after the collapse of his co-owned Stan Toto Betting, Steve Fisher still runs the country’s online betting world.

The controversial collapse of the Stan Toto Betting chain in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, which ended with Steve Fishers partner, threatening a government minister at the time, has taken an interesting turn when it has been discovered that Fisher is still running the show from his offices in the South of Cyprus.

It has been reported that Mr Fisher, also the owner of the UK based online betting company Stanjames.co.uk, is running many casino based betting offices in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. It is also reported that Mr Fisher has a very wide organisation reaching from North and south Cyprus, Turkey and some African countries, where he provides online betting platforms for unlicensed betting organisations.

It is said that Mr Fisher is using the fame of his UK based company and the means of his Spain based partner Jacob Curciel, to provide these unlicensed betting organisations, which are often involved in money laundering operations.

Sources report that Mr Fisher has trusted partners in every country he operates, however due to the collapse of Stan Toto Betting he doesn’t have an official partner in the TRNC, however there is a Turkish Cypriot man who operates on behalf of Mr Fisher on the ground.


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