Back in March I played at an onlne casino and won, having a payout processed and deposited into my account. In August I deposited 100.00 again at this casino and lost. No big deal, or so I thought. When my credit card bill came, there were over $2300.00 in charges from a merchant that my credit card company identified as an online electronics store from singapore. Not to mention another $800.00 in charges last month.
I initiated a chargeback through the credit card company for the charges, but I didn't tell them about the casino because the casino charge was not on my bill at all, though I suspect it was the online casino that charged up my account. There was not even a charge for the $100.00, or the casino name listed anywhere on the bill.
Now my main question is, when I withdrew from this casino in March I had to email/fax back a fax-back form, picture ID, and copies of my cards used at the site before they would process the withdrawal. The only date on this form is the one next to my signature. If they send this form to the credit card company will I be liable for these fraudulent charges that occured after the form was signed? The form clearly stated casino on it, so I am led to believe that they won't implicate themselves with the credit card company, but I am so scared that I will be stuck with this debt, or worse, be thrown in jail or something. Any suggestions?