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Weather commerce, a weather-related casino, has been shut down after the state Gaming Commission received complaints that the business was not following the rules governing the casino.
The Gaming Commission sent a letter to WeatherCommerce LLC on Tuesday requesting that the company cease operations immediately, the Commission said.
The company’s website says the website is designed to show you how to get money from weather.
But, the Gaming Commission said, it failed to provide a clear warning on how to do that.
The Gaming Commission’s letter said the business failed to comply with a section of the gaming code that requires businesses to inform users when their money is about to expire and give them a 30-day window to check their account balance.
WeatherCommerce LLC is a business in the gambling industry that uses technology to make money from the weather, according to its website.
Its business plan calls for users to bet on whether it will rain, snow or fog.
The letter also said the company’s customer service representatives did not provide any additional warnings when customers were informed of their account expiration.
The statement said the gaming commission has been working with the company for several weeks to determine how to address the concerns raised by the commission.
In a statement, WeatherCommerce said it was “very disappointed with the letter and our company’s actions and the actions of the Gaming commission.”
The company has been operating out of Colorado since 2015.
It was the largest weather-based casino operator in the state before its closure, according in an August report by The Denver Post.
In 2016, the casino was shuttered because it failed two federal gambling requirements.
The casino had been operating under the name “Climax,” but the Denver Post reported that the Denver city attorney’s office had been investigating the company since its founding.