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Workhorse Delivers First EGen™ Electric Vehicles to Major Transportation Company as part of Contract Fulfillment

Workhorse Group Inc.

Daniel Zito

Director/Business Development

dan(dot)zito(at)workhorse(dot)com

513-300-5910

Built on the new, narrow track W88 chassis, the E-GEN trucks come with a 60 kWh lithium ion battery pack featuring Panasonic 18650 cells that provide power to a 2200 nm (268 bhp) permanent magnet motor powerful enough to eliminate the need for a transmission. “The EGen onboard generator gives the truck many unique advantages over conventional gas and other typical electric vehicles.”

CINCINNATI, OH (PRWEB) April 28, 2015

Workhorse E-GEN electric trucks are designed to meet the needs and expectations of daily delivery duty cycles, as well as save delivery fleet buyers fuel and operational costs, dramatically reducing total cost of ownership over the lifetime of the vehicle. The Workhorse Group, Inc. AMP Workhorse E-GEN Trucks are designed to be cost effective, without the need for government voucher assistance.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/04/prweb12686007.htm

Public Relations:

Mike Dektas

Creativestorm.com.

mike(at)creativestorm(dot)com

513-266-3590

About Workhorse Group Inc.

“Major transportation companies are always looking for sustainability as an integral part of operations,” said Steve Burns, CEO of [Workhorse Group Inc. “We are encouraged by the positive feedback regarding the performance of our EGen Workhorse truck, and are thrilled that the electric vehicle is making deliveries to customers in the field.”

“The E-GEN zero-emission driving experience has the potential to reinvent the local delivery vehicle,” continued Burns. The EGen design keeps price low and eliminates range anxiety.

Contact:

Workhorse Group Inc.

Two E-GEN Electric Workhorse Walk-in Trucks with small Onboard Generator are currently delivering in the field. (OTCQB: WKHS), is the manufacturer of the E-GEN Workhorse truck. (OTCQB: WKHS) announced today that it has delivered two EGen Electric Trucks with Onboard Generator to a Major Transportation Company, and deliveries are currently being made to customers.

The advantage of an electric power train is zero tailpipe emissions, which helps reduce particulates and nitrogen dioxide in the atmosphere, and also offers dramatically lower operating costs for the owner. Workhorse Group Inc., which purchased the assets of Workhorse Custom Chassis LLC from Navistar in March of 2013, can equip its Workhorse chassis with electric, gasoline, propane, or CNG engines. “With the capability of recharging enroute, via the onboard generator, in the event of an unusual event that requires more than the average route length on a given day, range anxiety is virtually eliminated. For additional information visit http://www.workhorse.com.

“Based on deliveries made, the performance and handling of the E-GEN Workhorse truck has been outstanding,” said Burns.

The EGen truck represents a zero-emissions, no-transmission, noise-free, smooth-driving, electric vehicle that could significantly reduce vehicle operating costs for the transportation company. .

Workhorse Group Inc. manufactures electric drive systems for medium-duty, class 3-6 commercial truck platforms

Are ‘Mini-Nukes’ The New Big Thing?

“If you were to have a problem with a weapon system that you needed to rectify using a test, you would want to be able to do that faster,” J. According to Sen. Announcing its approval of the bill Friday, the Senate Armed Services committee stressed that nothing in the repeal means it has authorized “the testing, acquisition, or deployment of a low-yield nuclear weapon.”

But some experts contend that no bomb of any size could go very deep, because the heavier the bomb, the harder the impact — and the harder the impact, the more likely the bomb would explode before it reached sufficient depth.

Testing — The U.S. Other efforts include developing lasers and computers to simulate aspects of nuclear tests.

Nuclear Stockpiles: President Bush has agreed to dramatic reductions in the number of nuclear weapons in the U.S.

At the same time, however, last month the United States produced a plutonium pit — the core of a fission bomb — for the first time in 14 years. ET Sunday.

AP Photo/Canadian Press/Tim Krochak

But some members of Congress believe conventional weapons could do the same job, and worry that mini-nukes would blur the line between conventional and nuclear weapons. conducted its last nuclear test in 1992, and while the White House opposes the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty — which the U.S. “nuclear strike capabilities” must be geared towards, according to a leaked copy of the report.

The 1993 low-yield ban that the current defense bill would delete stated that “it shall be the policy of the United States not to conduct research and development which could lead to the production by the United States of a new low-yield nuclear weapon, including a precision low-yield warhead.”

“Nuclear weapons have a unique ability to destroy both agent containers and (Chemical and Biological Weapons),” reads a 2001 Pentagon study.

Copyright 2003 CBS. “Unless we do a lot more research and development and we find some quantum breakthrough in conventional systems, to go deep is going to require a nuclear capability.”

The move to clear the legal hurdles on manufacturing mini-nukes is part of a broad review of U.S. policy on nuclear weapons, which has included:

Bunker busters — For the second year in a row, the Energy Department is requesting $15 million to study the need for a Robust Nuclear Earth Penetrator (RNEP).

Supporters say these weapons might be necessary to deal with so-called “hard and deeply buried targets” in rogue states and terrorist camps, of which there might be 10,000 in the world.

CAROUSEL – People watch as water breaches a rock wall at Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, Canada, Sunday, August 23, 2009. Last May, he and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to slash their active arsenals by nearly two-thirds, to 1700 to 2200 warheads each, within 10 years. D. A bomb of just one kiloton, detonated 30 meters below the earth, can open a crater wider than a football field, according to Princeton physicist Robert W. Crouch, the assistant secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, said in a briefing last year.

A memo obtained by a British newspaper indicates that at a conference this summer, Defense and Energy department officials will consider questions like: “What is the uncertainty in confidence and potential risk threshold for a test recommendation–what would demand a test?”

The Foster Panel, which studied the testing issue last year, recommended improvements that would allow a test within three months to a year of deciding to do so. Two had been recovered and three were still missing as of 5 p.m. In the modern U.S. Five people watching the surf from Hurricane Bill were swept out to sea at Acadia National Park in Maine. arsenal. Others contend that making more bombs is a bad idea if the U.S. Edward Kennedy, the administration has budgeted $700 million for studying how testing might resume. According to the Los Alamos National Laboratory, the move “restores the nation’s ability to make nuclear weapons,” and was needed so the Energy Department could replace pits found unsafe or destroyed through regular check-ups.

A kiloton is equal to the explosive force of one thousand tons of TNT. spent more in real terms on atomic defense activities than since 1962.

Strategy — In its Nuclear Posture Review last year, the administration identified Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, North Korea as countries where “contingencies” could arise that U.S. Nelson.

CBSNews.com’s Jarrett Murphy takes a look at the prospects for the U.S.

But the administration says smaller nuclear arms may eventually be needed to deal with the emerging threat of rogue states hoarding weapons of mass destruction.

By Jarrett Murphy

Defense officials said in 2002 that at present, the U.S could go from the decision to test to a trial run in two to three years. All rights reserved.

“One way you ensure that there are no safe havens is to be able to go deep,” said Armed Services Committee chairman Rep. arsenal, the submarine-launched Mk-5 holds eight W88 warheads of 475 kilotons each.

“How can we effectively seek to dissuade others from developing nuclear weapons while we are going forward with the development of new nuclear weapons ourselves?” Sen. — did not prohibit designing a testing device with a yield below five kilotons, modifying an existing weapon for safety reasons or conducting research and development necessary “to address proliferation concerns.”. wants to stop proliferation.

The Little Boy bomb dropped on Hiroshima delivered around 15 kilotons. Dianne Feinstein, a California Democrat, asked recently.

The ban — named after sponsors Elizabeth Furse, D-Ore., retired, and John Spratt, D-S.C. Duncan Hunter, R.-Calif., last May. has signed but not ratified — the administration says it has no plans to conduct a test.

However, the administration is paying increasing attention to the possibility that it might at some point have to resume testing if there were a question about the reliability of the nation’s stockpile. development of low-yield nuclear weapons.

The Bush administration may get permission to create kinder, gentler or at least smaller nuclear weapons if Congress overturns a ban on doing so.

The defense appropriations bill now winding its way through the Hill contains a clause revoking the 1993 Spratt-Furse amendment, which prohibits the development of so-called “low-yield” nuclear weapons – bombs that pack a punch of less than five kilotons.

Last year, the U.S

London cabbie jailed for killing US soldier in Iraq

soldiers.

There was justice, too, for Specialist Joe Bacani, who was wounded trying to recover a bomb Sardar helped build. “And I could feel like I was losing a lot of blood.”

IEDs, homemade bombs, turned Iraq’s roads into lethal minefields for U.S. On Friday, the court sentenced him to two life sentences, one for killing Johnson, and another for conspiracy to commit murder — for other bombs which failed to explode in the same region.

LONDON — Justice finally came this week for an American soldier killed eight years ago in Iraq. After a lengthy police investigation — bolstered by American cooperation and a dash of luck — a London jury convicted Sardar of murder on Thursday. In 2012 they raided his home and found a bomb-making manual, but that wasn’t enough to charge him. A former London taxi driver was sentenced to life in prison Friday morning for making the bomb that killed Sgt.

The evidence for that came a year later. It was exactly what London police needed for to arrest him.. “The reality is he’s a bombmaker, he’s a terrorist and he’s been convicted of murder this afternoon.”

Sardar, now 38 years old, had denied all the charges against him. He told CBS News he thought he was going to die.

One of them killed 34-year-old Johnson, exploding right under his armored vehicle in 2007.

A courtroom sketch of Anis Abid Sardar, who was found guilty of murder and conspiracy to murder by a British court for building bombs used in Iraq, including one that killed a U.S. He will now serve a minimum of 38 years of his life sentences.

British police flagged Sardar when he came home from Iraq in 2007, but not in connection with the Iraq bombs. Randy Johnson in Iraq – CBS News

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<p>As CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports, it was Anis Abid Sardar himself who left crucial evidence behind in Iraq that would eventually lead to his London trial eight years later. IEDs, both intact and in pieces, had been collected in Iraq and shipped halfway across the world to the FBI’s terrorism explosives lab in Virginia.</p>
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In 2014, they struck gold; Sardar’s prints were lifted from a piece of tape on two bombs that had been planted on the roads west of Baghdad

Beware the SLINKY: The top 5 countries to avoid investing in

(Seriously, don’t invest here.)

Those who came late to the historic rally in BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China)–or who badly mistimed investments in MINTs (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey), or who lost quarter of a nest egg gambling on CIVETS (Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa) or PINEs (Philippines, Indonesia, Nigeria and Ethiopia)–will probably nod wearily to the words of fund manager Rick Schmidt, who oversees $8.9 billion in emerging markets portfolios for Harding Loevner: “Anytime anybody tells you to invest in an acronym,” Schmidt told a Fortune reporter recently, “run for the hills.”

. With that wisdom in mind, we thought we’d come up with an acronymic investment concept that can serve as an object lesson–a portfolio that screams, “Run Away!”

We present to you the SLINKY, an unlikely retirement-saver for those who like to sift for value stocks in danger zones

Column: FIFA presidency no laughing matter as would-be candidate becomes frontman for gambling

What ever happened to sport for sport’s sake, for the buzz of competition, not a bet? How quaint. It reads like a plug for Fifty Shades of Grey.

And that isn’t funny at all.

“I’m here today to talk about love” were the Frenchman’s seductive opening words at his campaign launch in London this month.

Sport “matters more when there’s money on it,” it says. After Thursday’s passing of the entry deadline, “Team Ginola” should fade away.

But that’s not the point here. “It’s great for Paddy Power. “There’s more passion, more pleasure and more pain.”

All this in a sport grappling with the increasing danger of gambling-related match-fixing and with ample examples of gambling-addicted players who frittered away their wealth.

“It’s eyeballs we’re after,” 12Bet executive Rory Anderson, quoted in the Daily Mail, said when the online bookmaker became the name on Hull City’s shirt for this Premier League season.

“It’s an absolute disgrace,” he said in a phone interview. So silky as a player for Newcastle and Tottenham; so ridiculous now with his car-crash campaign for the FIFA presidency.

Asking your kids to make tea during half-time breaks won’t shield them from the bombardment, not with gambling ads flashing throughout matches on pitch-side light-boards. In the UK, which liberalized gambling advertising in 2007, adults’ exposure to gambling commercials on television soared five-fold in eight years to 2012, regulator Ofcom found. Bet again. That was before online bookmakers offered odds on anything and everything, from match results and goals scored to which team will win the coin toss or take the first corner, and before their relentless advertising.

But the targets were our wallets and spending habits, not our hearts. 10 will pit two Asian online bookmakers against each other. That much was clear from the Paddy Power branding.

John Leicester is an international sports columnist for The Associated Press. FIFA’s election and ethics rules will almost certainly keep him off the May ballot. Whoa. But the mere thought of the gambling industry even attempting to place a stooge at the very top of football makes the prospect of another Blatter term seem perhaps not quite so bad.

Bet. In pocketing 250,000 pounds (335,000 euros; US$375,000) from bookmaker Paddy Power for this stunt, Ginola became the latest Trojan horse in the gambling and gaming industry’s creeping and creepy embrace of football.

But gambling advertising wasn’t as in-your-face as now. Tuning in for results of football betting pools, which offered big jackpots for small stakes, was a Saturday afternoon ritual for many 20th Century English families.

. This was about making a splash. There’s nothing funny about the gambling industry’s latest wheeze to sink its teeth even deeper into football and its fans.

One of those is Kevin Twaddle, a former player for Motherwell and other Scottish clubs who told his story in the biography, “Life On The Line: How to Lose a Million and So Much More.” He no longer gambles and has delivered talks to other players about the risks.

Ginola has zero chance of unseating Sepp Blatter. Hull against Aston Villa on Feb. Bet some more.

That is the message that football, more than most other sports, is mainlining into our homes, helped by names like Ginola and teams lending their cachet, stadiums, jerseys and players to the industry that had cash to splash when the 2008 financial crisis hobbled other sponsors.

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Sports and gambling have, of course, long gone together, feeding off each other’s success and growth. Write to him at jleicester@ap.org or follow him at http://twitter.com/johnleicester

Twaddle takes a very dim view of Ginola’s Paddy Power-backed grab for FIFA.

PARIS –  Don’t laugh. Villa’s shirt sponsor is dafabet, a name that works better in Chinese, where “dafa” means “big wealth.” Stoke and Burnley players are billboards for Bet365 and Fun88 (another name that plays on the Chinese word to get rich).

“It just makes like a mockery of football.”

And how about this blurb from Sky Bet, title sponsor since 2013 of England’s three divisions below the Premier League. It won’t happen; FIFA’s ethics rules should see to that. But I mean you’re talking about one of the biggest, powerfulest jobs in football and all you’re getting to hear about is Paddy Power.”

Imagine, for a moment, a Paddy Power-financed FIFA president. The increase was three-fold for children aged 4-15.

We’re talking here about David Ginola

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His accomplices had in the hole a dead man’s hand

- plus his legs, his head, his torso…

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Copyright 2013 Gale, Cengage Learning. All rights reserved.

Byline: ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY JOHN SHAW DEREK MCGOVERN

The 24-year-old used an electronic device to tell his mates what

hands had been dealt – the electronic device he really could have done

with was a phone.

The problem was he couldn’t get out – what did he expect?

It’s Vietnam.

GAME IS UP Conman died trying to cheat at cards

COPYRIGHT 2013 MGN LTD

No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.

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The hole was just one-metre square and his accomplices feared he

wouldn’t be able to squeeze in – luckily he folded.

A SWINDLER suffocated after six hours in a secret hole under a

gambling table used to cheat punters playing cards in Vietnam.

He would tell accomplices if a rival player had an A-K or a high

pair in the hole

Burnley fan’s DIY tour aims to tackle big four | Reuters

Bars on a Saturday night are normally lined with fans in the red of Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal and the blue of Chelsea, eager to catch every minute of their matches.

So as the Premier League’s top clubs looked at North America, Australia, Africa or Asia for their usually lavish pre-season tours, Banaszkiewicz started organising a visit to south east Asia.

“It is a small country but such a big market for football and we would like to get more claret and blue supporters in this part of the world,” a sharply-dressed Banaszkiewicz told Reuters.

And Banaszkiewicz believes the key to building support in the region is for the club to show that modest side, which they demonstrated by attending coaching camps and meeting the locals.. SINGAPORE Businessman John Banaszkiewicz was so fed up of the Premier League’s top four teams claiming all the support in south east Asia that he decided to sponsor his beloved Burnley a trip to Singapore to boost their appeal.

“I always felt there were only three or four clubs that dominate south east Asia and this team (Burnley) has a rich tradition and has beaten some of those big clubs last season. This isn’t going to be a one-off.”

“We have all the world clocks because we deal with commodities and trading and we put a clock where our offices are, so Shanghai, Singapore, Dubai and I put one with Burnley on the wall,” a chuckling Banaszkiewicz said.

“It has been a bit of an experience to be honest because we have never done anything like that before, it is normally done by agents so we have pretty much done a DIY job ourselves.”

But hundreds of the few thousand in attendance on a muggy Saturday night at the Jalan Besar Stadium came in Manchester United shirts, demonstrating the challenge ahead for Burnley and Banaszkiewicz.

“We were hoping to play in Indonesia as well and Thailand because it was meant to be a bit of a bonding session for the players but we weren’t able to do that in the end because it was deemed a security risk so they decided to (just) come here.”

The photo prompted Burnley to invite Banaszkiewicz to come to watch the 2-1 home defeat by eventual Premier League winners Chelsea at the end of January.

“At that time they were discussing their shirt sponsorship with Fun88, which is a Singapore based company, and I said they are absolutely mad about soccer out there (Singapore) so what about organising a tour?” Banaszkiewicz said.

“I said (to the hairdresser) I am going to watch Burnley and they were like ‘oh yes 5-0 (referring to the midweek win over Home United) they are playing Singapore’ so slowly the message is coming across.”

“(English team’s pre-season tours) tend to be very quick trips by like Liverpool, who were here one day and were a bit prima donnaish (they) kind of went and left where as these guys have mingled and talked to people. I think the team have done very well.”

(Writing by Patrick Johnston in Singapore, Editing by Justin Palmer)

The co-founder of Freight Investor Services LTD, who travels to Singapore bi-monthly for business, watched proudly as his English Championship (second division) club rounded off a successful tour with a 1-0 win over a Singapore select side.

But with Burnley’s surprise 1-0 win over Manchester United in last season’s Premier League and this trip to Singapore, the Burnley-born Banaszkiewicz said he had already noticed an increase in interest in the two-times English champions.

With the prank providing some office laughs John B, as he is more commonly known in Burnley circles, decided to send a photo of the clocks to his then Premier League side.

The story of how Burnley made it to the tiny south east Asian city state is an unlikely one which started with the clocks in the London office of Banaszkiewicz’s company earlier this year and demonstrated a warmth that the club should market.

WORLD CLOCKS

Singaporeans are obsessed with the Premier League, and the top four especially

Airbnb will start collecting North Carolina hotel taxes in June

Airbnb is also currently working to roll out similar taxes across France.

The company is working quickly to ease the ire of many cities, where politicians and hotel unions are fighting to take down the platform. Elected officials in cities such as New York are also worried that the rental platform is helping to take properties off the market in a place where housing resources are already strained.

Adding the hotel tax to its listings puts the platform in a better position with local legislators and may help ease tensions for a period of time.

More information:Airbnb

Founded in August 2008 and based in San Francisco, California, Airbnb is a community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique spaces around the world online or from an iPhone device. So far the company leverages taxes in San Francisco, California; Portland, Oregon; Chicago, Illinois; San Jose, California; Malibu, California; Washington, D.C.; and outside the U.S. Whether the available space is a ca…read more >>

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. In a blog post, the company wrote:

Today, we are happy to announce that beginning June 1, 2015, Airbnb will begin collecting and remitting hotel taxes from guests on behalf of hosts statewide in North Carolina and locally in the counties of Buncombe, Durham, Mecklenburg and Wake. This announcement comes after months of work between Airbnb and authorities across North Carolina on how to make it simpler for local residents to follow the rules and pay their fair share.

The company first began applying taxes for hotel and tourist services last year. in Amsterdam. There are concerns that by allowing renters and building owners to rent their homes, hotel sales are suffering. Airbnb will start collecting North Carolina hotel taxes in June | VentureBeat | Business | by Ruth Reader

Home-rental platform Airbnb is announcing it will start collecting and remitting local hotel taxes for guest stays in North Carolina.

North Carolina is just the latest place where Airbnb has started applying a rental tax based on local laws

Tottenham Hotspur Announces Fun88 as Club’s Asian Betting and Gaming Partner

With its unique blend of sportsbook, casino and live dealer

products and with more innovative gaming platforms under development

such as peer to peer gaming and poker networks, Fun88 promises to

deliver the ultimate gaming experience for users each and every time.

Fun88 Sportsbook: www.fun88.com/Sportsbook

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tottenham Hotspur Football Club today announced that Fun88, a leading

Asian gaming company, will become the Club’s Official Asian Betting and

Gaming Partner.

The two year agreement, which begins immediately, will see the two

organisations work together to engage with Asian sports fans through a

range of online and offline activities which will include launching a

co-branded gaming microsite.

-ENDS-

Fun88 Promotions: www.fun88.com/Promo

Daniel Levy, Chairman, Tottenham Hotspur, said: “We are delighted that

Fun88 will become an Official Club Partner. This is the first time the

Club has signed a regional partnership in Asia and is largely down to

the significant increase we have seen in the growth of our international

fan base over the past few years.

“We are looking forward to working with Club to launch a new bespoke

betting microsite. This

partnership brings together one of Asia’s top online gaming companies

and Tottenham Hotspur, one of the most exciting and attacking clubs in

the English Premier League.

Fun88 Casino: www.fun88.com/Casino

Links:

Notes to Editors:

. We believe that our knowledge of developing fun,

interactive and engaging gaming platforms will provide Tottenham

Hotspur’s international fan base with an exciting, new gaming

experience.”

Nick Lee, founder of www.Fun88.com

commented: “I am proud to announce Fun88′s partnership with Tottenham

Hotspur, as the Club’s Asian betting and gaming partner.

-ENDS-

About Fun88

“Over 60% of our global fan base comes from Asia and together with the

Club’s reach through the Barclays Premier League broadcast platform, we

are ideally placed to support Fun88′s continued growth in the Asian

marketplace.”

Since the launch of Fun88 in 2008, it has successfully merged

entertainment with an unsurpassed gaming experience into a portal that

is both instantly recognisable and the choice of many Asian based

players

Hướng dẫn dang ky Fun88 mới nhất

Cùng v?i các hình th?c thanh toán tr?c tuy?n nh? hi?n

nay thì vi?c cá ?? tr?c tuy?n h?t s?c an toàn, ??n gi?n và vô cùng ti?n

l?i.

Nhà cái Fun88 là m?t nhà cái r?t uy tín t?i Vi?t Nam và trên

th? gi?i, luôn luôn h? tr? 24/7 và nhân viên t?i ?ây r?t nhi?t tình gi?i

quy?t m?i th?c m?c c?a ng??i ch?i. T?ng ??n 100%

ti?n th??ng lên ??n 1 tri?u ??ng ho?c 30% lên ??n 4 tri?u ??ng cho thành

viên m?i khi ??ng ký tài kho?n cá c??c t?i nhà cái Fun88

N?u

không vào ???c nhà cái cá c??c Fun88 thì th? các link d??i, ho?c b?m

vào H??ng D?n Cách Vào Nhà Cái Fun88 ?? ???c h??ng d?n cách vào nhà cái

cá c??c tr?c tuy?n Fun88 khi b? ch?n

Xem bài H??ng D?n G?i Ti?n vào Nhà Cái Fun88 ?? ???c h??ng d?n cách g?i ti?n vào tài kho?n cá c??c tr?c tuy?n t?i nhà cái Fun88 m?t cách nhanh nh?t.

L?u ý:

H? Tên ??ng ký tài kho?n t?i nhà cái cá c??c tr?c tuy?n Fun88 b?n ph?i

ghi ?úng c?a mình (trùng v?i tên ??ng ký th? ATM), vì ?? ??m b?o an toàn

và nhanh chóng cho vi?c giao d?ch c?a b?n v?i nhà cái Fun88, nên vi?c

khác tên s? KHÔNG ?c ch?p nh?n

B?n yên tâm thông tin ??ng ký tài

kho?n cá c??c c?a mình s? ???c b?o m?t 1 cách an toàn nh?t, k bao gi?

ti?t l? v?i bên th? 3, ?ó là ph??ng châm hàng ??u c?a nhà cái cá c??c

tr?c tuy?n Fun88

Mã Liên K?t b?n ?i?n là 310128 (??i di?n c?a nhà cái cá c??c tr?c tuy?n Fun88 t?i VN)

Fun88 – Nhà cái cá ?? tr?c tuy?n h? tr? rút ti?n, g?i ti?n c?c k? ??n giãn!

?i?n thông tin mà cá c??c tr?c tuy?n Fun88 yêu c?u nh? h??ng d?n. Nhà cái Fun88 th??ng có nh?ng ch??ng

trình khuy?n mãi h?t s?c h?p d?n.

H??ng D?n ??ng Ký Tài Kho?n Cá C??c Tr?c Tuy?n Fun88

Vào trang web cá ?? tr?c tuy?n Fun88 Click ??ng Ký Ngay

Xác nh?n b?n ?? ?i?u ki?n ?? tham gia cá c??c tr?c tuy?n và b?m G?I ?? k?t thúc vi?c ??ng ký tài kho?n cá c??c tr?c tuy?n t?i nhà cái Fun88

V?y là hoàn t?t vi?c ??ng ký tài kho?n cá ?? tr?c tuy?n t?i nhà cái Fun88

Click vào hình ??NG KÝ d??i ?? vào trang web chính th?c c?a nhà cái cá c??c tr?c tuy?n Fun88 (tránh gi? m?o)

Nhà cái cá c??c tr?c tuy?n

Fun88 là ??i tác chính th?c c?a CLB bóng ?á Tottenham. V?i s? ph? bi?n c?a máy tính, internet, 3G, vi?c ??ng ký Fun88

tr? nên d? dàng h?n lúc nào h?t và vi?c ??ng ký tài kho?n Fun88 là hoàn

toàn mi?n phí