The Kingdom of the Netherlands consists of a Dutch European and a Dutch Caribbean part. Since 1993,  Dutch European governments, corporate service providers, banks and fintechs facilitate the world’s oldest and largest offshore online gaming network through its former Dutch colonies in the Caribbean. The ‘Dutch offshore online gaming network‘ is promoted through the Dutch Double Tax Treaty network, harmfull (E-zone) taxpractices, anonymous shell company structures, government telecom infrastructure, lax gaming legislation and dito anti-money laundering laws, including a non supervision and a no law enforcement policy via Dutch Antilles governments, warranted by the Central Dutch Kingdom government in Den Hague.

The islands of Aruba, Curaçao and Saint Martin form extended financial and fiscal ‘gaming hubs’ of the financial center in Amsterdam in the Caribbean, strategically situated at ‘the front door’ of Latin America (located 40 miles above the coast of Venezuela and Colombia).

Although nowhere officially registrated, the Kingdom of the Netherlands is currently home to over 5000 offshore online gaming, crypto and sportsbetting B2C websites, plus many thousands of offshore gaming/gambling terminals in bars, coffeehouses, restaurants and landbased casino’s to the rest of the world. It also offers full-range fiscal and corporate B2B gaming services fromout of all countries of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, making ‘Dutch offshore online gaming network‘ the oldest and biggest in the world.

The Foundation for the Representation of Victims of Online Gaming (in Dutch: Stichting Belangenbehartiging Gedupeerden Online Kansspelen) represents the interests of players and victims of Curacao offshore online gaming, assisted by an Egaming specialized lawfirm and international experts in the field. SBGOK assists players and victims with legitimate complaints and/or claims from Curaçao licensed online casino’s and sportsbetting’s seeking justice. Duped by a Curacao based/licensed online casino and wish to press charges, file complaints or get compensated? Contact us here.


The Foundation for the Representation of Victims of Online Gaming (‘SBGOK’) offers independent research, knowledge and advise to players and victims to find justice and/or your money back. For example by assisting to file charges/complaints with the competent autorities or representing your case in intermediary negotiations and court.


1) to monitor management and operations of online casinos and their offshore online gaming licenseholders and corporate services providers and to investigate if necessary whether they act according to the law;
2) to denounce improper management of online casinos and related (legal) persons and, if deemed necessary, to report criminal offenses to the public prosecutor and/or demand the Court of Justice for failure to prosecute;
3) to represent the interests of players of online games of chance;
4) to engage gaming specialized lawyers and other professional service providers for the collection of claims of duped players;
5) to offer legal, financial and other support of scammed players and possibly transfering their claims to the Foundation.

The Foundation aims to achieve this by all lawful means that serves its purpose. SBGOK is a non-profit organisation, founded on March 25, 2019. Curaçao Chamber of Commerce excerpt and mission statement in Dutch here. And this is how we work.

how we work

From experience, we understand well how players and victims of Curaçao licensed gaming operators and corporate service providers can get fooled or scammed, changing the course of their lives. SBGOK conducts research, advises and holds unique experience in filing complaints and collecting claims.

The Foundation helps players with legitimate complaints and claims from Curacao licensed online casino’s and sportsbetting’s to find justice through intermediary negotiations, filing complaints, pressing charges and/or commence negotiations or see your case through court. Hereto, the Foundation works closely together with trusted E-gaming specialists and is legally represented by a specialized Curaçao lawfirm.

The Foundation for the Representation of Victims of Online Gaming (‘SBGOK’) currently assists more than 100 clients, who became victims of fraud, scams, abuse of gambling addiction or have a claim against a Curacao licensed casino, sportsbook, masterlicense holders and corporate service providers.

The Foundation assists clients with complaints, which might include criminal charges at the Public Prosecution’s office, Gaming Control Board or Central Bank of Curaçao and Saint Martin on behalf of clients, if deemed neccesary.

Also, the Foundation aids victims to reclaim what is owned to them through negotiations and/or going to court. SBGOK only settles claims in mutual consent with parties involved. In case we have to go to court, the Foundation may cover all legal costs involved, e.g. court fees, bailiff fees, expert and attorney fees etc.

Given vicious attacks from this network, some parties prefer anonymity so we do not market our successes, but the Foundation and it’s experts so far successfully negotiated a substantial amount of agreements outside court for our clients. Furthermore, we represent numerous on-going negotiations and pending courtcases.

Because of the large amount of victims and claimants, limited capacity and learning curve, we only work with clients, whose complaints and claims are proven and found legitimate by the Foundation. For this purpose, we cooperate with a trusted gaming-expert in the field who carefully reviews and assess each case that reaches the Foundation.

As most clients and case usually differ, they may require a custom-made approach according to individual needs and specifications. In general, when a player prefers the Dutch court to judge their case, the Foundation works on a contingency fee basis (‘no cure no pay’). The way the Foundation often works is the potential client providing us a summary and evidence, followed by a phone/whatsapp/skype conversation. If our experts and attorney deem your case legit and solid enough, a good way cases are handled is by having it transferred to the Foundation. This way, SBGOK is able to pool cases which lowers court and bailiff fees, plus we do not run the risk that once we put time, effort and money into a case, the licenseholder or corporate director refunds the player directly and subsequently doesn’t reimburse our costs.

In case – after assesment – the Foundation decides not to represent you as our client, that does not mean we think your claim is not legitimate or proven. It simply means we are of the opinion the Foundation cannot to be of added value. In that case we might be able to advise you and/or referring you to other lawfirms or experts in the field.


Since 2013 ms. Nardy Cramm publishes and blogs about the Dutch offshore gambling network on Knipselkrant Curaçao (KKC), the largest Dutch independent online news & freedom of speech platforum and archive in the Caribbean & Latin America. Also, she cooperates with well respected international media like New York Times, PBS (Frontline) and the BBC.

Futhermore, as a publicist and blogger ms. Cramm assists eminent international media in investigative journalist productions and research, regarding the ‘Dutch offshore online gaming network’, becoming a frontrunner and expert regarding the Dutch offshore online gaming industry.

In January 2019, Cramm was interviewed as an expert by the BBC for BBC Radio 4 podcast ‘The Gamble Network‘. In episode 3 ‘How gambling interests bought a country’ BBC producer Jolyon Jenkins discovers how the Caribbean island of Curacao, where many offshore gambling sites  turn a blind eye to under-age gambling, are licensed.

On March 27, 2019, Cramm became founder and director of the Representation of Victims of Online Gaming Foundation in Curacao.

Starting September 1, 2021, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, including municipalities Bonaire, Saba, Eustatius and constituent countries Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin in the Caribbean, are expected to align offshore Egaming legislation, adding Dutch European gaming licenses to the ‘Dutch offshore online gaming network‘. To this occasion, as a publicist and expert Cramm was interviewed by Bonaire MegahitsFM in May and september regarding the latest Dutch online gaming legislation and anti-moneylaundring developments (here and here) for Bonaire.

In February 2021 the popular Dutch online newssite ‘Dossier Koninkrijksrelaties‘ interviewed the SBGOK foundation’s director (here). To translate, please click here.


Stichting Belangenbehartiging Gedupeerden Online Kansspelen – Foundation of the Representation of Victims of Online Gaming (SBGOK)
Telamonstraat 32
Curaçao (Dutch Caribbean)
W: http://curacao-gaming-victims.org

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  • Director Stichting Belangenbehartiging Gedupeerden Online Kansspelen (SBGOK) Curacao: N.L. Cramm (personal website)
  • Curaçao Chamber of Commerce registry SBGOK: (English) 149704 + (Dutch) 149704