The Georgia Lottery has released some more helpful advice for all location owners, in reference to frequently asked questions and difficulties with COAM Master Licenses Holders. We are pleased that we have more January 2017 COAM news to report to you to keep you informed about all of your games and what your master license holder should be doing to keep your games compliant! Lucky Coin wants to make sure that all locations are made aware of the best practices for operating the games. In the Oct-Dec 2016 COAM Connection Newsletter, the GA Lottery says:
Important Reminders for New Installation and Change of Ownerships
Listed below are several reminders from Intralot to Master License Holders (MLHs) pertaining to operational and technical issues in the field:
Display of Licenses – Each MLH shall ensure that each Location License Holder (LLH) shall prominently display a copy of the master license and the original location license during the placement and operation of COAMs. Failure to display both of these required licenses may result in a delay in connectivity of Class B COAMs and/or a fine.
Verifying Receipt of Installation by Intralot – MLH may confirm receipt of LLH information by Intralot USA, for the purpose of connectivity, by accessing the Intralot portal site and verifying the LLH is displayed on the portal as their assigned LLH. If the LLH is showing on the Intralot portal site but the license has not been received by the business owner OR the license has been received but is not showing on the Intralot portal site, the MLH should contact the GLC COAM Helpline at 1(800) 746-8546 for follow up. MLHs may contact Intralot at 1(877) 261-6242 to confirm the date/time a location is scheduled for installation.
Causes for Delay in Connectivity – Connection of COAMs to the central accounting system may be delayed for the following reasons:
-Another MLH has Class B COAMs in the location within the last nine (9) months
-MLH is unable to be contacted to schedule connectivity
Change of Ownerships
GLC may place Class B COAMs in a Disabled status when a change of ownership application is approved.
Class B COAMs may remain in a Disabled status at the business location pending the change of ownership connection, unless otherwise directed by the GLC to remove the COAMs.
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