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NFFC Cheating Scandal: Caught Cheating & Fired, NFFC (1 Viewer)

Not going to watch a long video about some contest I don't have any interest in, but if this was more than a one-off incident it's a stunning oversight by the organizers. Just close up shop if that's the case. Basic integrity checks would've caught this immediately.

Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
 
Not going to watch a long video about some contest I don't have any interest in, but if this was more than a one-off incident it's a stunning oversight by the organizers. Just close up shop if that's the case. Basic integrity checks would've caught this immediately.

Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
I just finished the video - it’s not that long but they do a lot of introductory stuff explaining how the contest works, so seasoned FF’ers can skip by it.

It’s worth watching if you’re a contestant of NFFC contests.

And yeah - Ambrosious said they’re going to go back over logs from past years (before the 2021 software change) to see if they can unearth anything.

I agree it seems unlikely that it’s a 1-off given the employee and player have a documented relationship going back ~a decade.

@Joe Bryant - figured you’d want to be tagged since FBG hosts a contest there (that I’ve been playing in - super fun/challenging!)
 
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Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
Lineup changes after the lock.

Apparently in one case a swap of Rice for Kelce *after* Kelce scored a TD.

That’s bad. Really bad.
 
Not going to watch a long video about some contest I don't have any interest in, but if this was more than a one-off incident it's a stunning oversight by the organizers. Just close up shop if that's the case. Basic integrity checks would've caught this immediately.

Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
I just finished the video - it’s not that long but they do a lot of introductory stuff explaining how the contest works, so seasoned FF’ers can skip by it.

It’s worth watching if you’re a contestant of NFFC contests.

And yeah - Ambrosia said they’re going to go back over logs from past years (before the 2021 software change) to see if they can unearth anything.

I agree it seems unlikely that it’s a 1-off given the employee and player have a documented relationship going back ~a decade.

@Joe Bryant - figured you’d want to be tagged since FBG hosts a contest there (that I’ve been playing in - super fun/challenging!)

Yeah their message board post says they’ve checked some past wins and their software “verifies” no cheating took place. And yet they admit the guy has cashed in like 7 events out of 124 entries in just the last year alone. Not going to get the benefit of the doubt that he’s just “really” good and the employee made a one-time error in judgement. If they are only checking for lineup switching, they need to be digging into emails and other communications for other types of cheating. Especially with the crazy post about the employee having a “demon” in him, wth was that?
 
Not going to watch a long video about some contest I don't have any interest in, but if this was more than a one-off incident it's a stunning oversight by the organizers. Just close up shop if that's the case. Basic integrity checks would've caught this immediately.

Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
I just finished the video - it’s not that long but they do a lot of introductory stuff explaining how the contest works, so seasoned FF’ers can skip by it.

It’s worth watching if you’re a contestant of NFFC contests.

And yeah - Ambrosia said they’re going to go back over logs from past years (before the 2021 software change) to see if they can unearth anything.

I agree it seems unlikely that it’s a 1-off given the employee and player have a documented relationship going back ~a decade.

@Joe Bryant - figured you’d want to be tagged since FBG hosts a contest there (that I’ve been playing in - super fun/challenging!)

The problem is that they might not find anything in the logs but that wouldn’t confirm that the employee wasn’t cheating. Could easily have been feeding his friend ownership percentages and the like for years or something without necessarily leaving a trace. You’d hope they had safeguards around that but if this guy literally changed lineups after lock and they needed to be notified by other customers, I’d have extremely little faith.
 
Not going to watch a long video about some contest I don't have any interest in, but if this was more than a one-off incident it's a stunning oversight by the organizers. Just close up shop if that's the case. Basic integrity checks would've caught this immediately.

Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
I just finished the video - it’s not that long but they do a lot of introductory stuff explaining how the contest works, so seasoned FF’ers can skip by it.

It’s worth watching if you’re a contestant of NFFC contests.

And yeah - Ambrosia said they’re going to go back over logs from past years (before the 2021 software change) to see if they can unearth anything.

I agree it seems unlikely that it’s a 1-off given the employee and player have a documented relationship going back ~a decade.

@Joe Bryant - figured you’d want to be tagged since FBG hosts a contest there (that I’ve been playing in - super fun/challenging!)

The problem is that they might not find anything in the logs but that wouldn’t confirm that the employee wasn’t cheating. Could easily have been feeding his friend ownership percentages and the like for years or something without necessarily leaving a trace. You’d hope they had safeguards around that but if this guy literally changed lineups after lock and they needed to be notified by other customers, I’d have extremely little faith.
Yep - that absolutely occurred to me.

And who knows what the old software was like. Admin transaction logs can potentially be altered or deleted.
 
And yet they admit the guy has cashed in like 7 events out of 124 entries in just the last year alone. Not going to get the benefit of the doubt that he’s just “really” good and the employee made a one-time error in judgement. If they are only checking for lineup switching, they need to be digging into emails and other communications for other types of cheating.
Agreed.

Competitive advantages can be gained by information alone. Knowing other teams lineups prior to them being public knowledge, for example.

Or maybe even as simple as “hey, I see an NFFC $1500 league with zero players on the all-time earnings list”.
 
All of this brings back bad memories of a cheating commish who cuts and runs with league fees because he had a gambling problem. I’ve been commish for about 20 years and I don’t use leaguesafe and I’ve earned trust. If you lose your integrity you’re not left with much.
On that YouTube video, one of the dudes expressed shock at what happened, and made the statement that the lineup change after lock is like something you’d see happen in a home league with a cheating commish.
 
All of this brings back bad memories of a cheating commish who cuts and runs with league fees because he had a gambling problem. I’ve been commish for about 20 years and I don’t use leaguesafe and I’ve earned trust. If you lose your integrity you’re not left with much.
On that YouTube video, one of the dudes expressed shock at what happened, and made the statement that the lineup change after lock is like something you’d see happen in a home league with a cheating commish.
Having never used their site nor knowing anything about the contest, the biggest red flag I see is that someone with elevated rights to their software can make lineup changes after lock at all.
Literally no one should be able to do that, ever.
 
Not going to watch a long video about some contest I don't have any interest in, but if this was more than a one-off incident it's a stunning oversight by the organizers. Just close up shop if that's the case. Basic integrity checks would've caught this immediately.

Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
I just finished the video - it’s not that long but they do a lot of introductory stuff explaining how the contest works, so seasoned FF’ers can skip by it.

It’s worth watching if you’re a contestant of NFFC contests.

And yeah - Ambrosia said they’re going to go back over logs from past years (before the 2021 software change) to see if they can unearth anything.

I agree it seems unlikely that it’s a 1-off given the employee and player have a documented relationship going back ~a decade.

@Joe Bryant - figured you’d want to be tagged since FBG hosts a contest there (that I’ve been playing in - super fun/challenging!)

Yeah their message board post says they’ve checked some past wins and their software “verifies” no cheating took place. And yet they admit the guy has cashed in like 7 events out of 124 entries in just the last year alone. Not going to get the benefit of the doubt that he’s just “really” good and the employee made a one-time error in judgement. If they are only checking for lineup switching, they need to be digging into emails and other communications for other types of cheating. Especially with the crazy post about the employee having a “demon” in him, wth was that?
My initial reaction was that demon was code for drinking/drugs and that was the excuse for a one time thing. However if this goes back a ways, I think those issues tend to come to light over the years and the owner seemed shocked by everything that occurred.
 
All of this brings back bad memories of a cheating commish who cuts and runs with league fees because he had a gambling problem. I’ve been commish for about 20 years and I don’t use leaguesafe and I’ve earned trust. If you lose your integrity you’re not left with much.
On that YouTube video, one of the dudes expressed shock at what happened, and made the statement that the lineup change after lock is like something you’d see happen in a home league with a cheating commish.
Having never used their site nor knowing anything about the contest, the biggest red flag I see is that someone with elevated rights to their software can make lineup changes after lock at all.
Literally no one should be able to do that, ever.
Yes, people often use the term “demons” to describe peoples addictions, which could really be anything.
 
All of this brings back bad memories of a cheating commish who cuts and runs with league fees because he had a gambling problem. I’ve been commish for about 20 years and I don’t use leaguesafe and I’ve earned trust. If you lose your integrity you’re not left with much.
On that YouTube video, one of the dudes expressed shock at what happened, and made the statement that the lineup change after lock is like something you’d see happen in a home league with a cheating commish.
We lost my favorite ever league to that. Dynasty with IDP, 5 or 6 years in. Very active managers, tons of trades.

Commish changed his lineup during the regular season. He had benched someone that went off and thought he'd sneak it in. The opponent noticed it. He made a post about it. The commish gave some ridiculous explanation, and then fixed it back hoping that would make everything ok. It did not.
 
Not good.
Just cancelled my account with them.
Nothing lost.
But this news lost my trust in them.
 
Not going to watch a long video about some contest I don't have any interest in, but if this was more than a one-off incident it's a stunning oversight by the organizers. Just close up shop if that's the case. Basic integrity checks would've caught this immediately.

Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
I just finished the video - it’s not that long but they do a lot of introductory stuff explaining how the contest works, so seasoned FF’ers can skip by it.

It’s worth watching if you’re a contestant of NFFC contests.

And yeah - Ambrosious said they’re going to go back over logs from past years (before the 2021 software change) to see if they can unearth anything.

I agree it seems unlikely that it’s a 1-off given the employee and player have a documented relationship going back ~a decade.

@Joe Bryant - figured you’d want to be tagged since FBG hosts a contest there (that I’ve been playing in - super fun/challenging!)

Thanks. Yes, we've been trying to monitor there and see. I've known Greg Ambrosius for 25 years and he's my friend. I have always had outstanding experiences working with him. It's super troubling and I feel confident they'll work through it and do the right things. https://www.espn.com/espn/betting/s...l-cheating-scandal-leads-site-firing-employee
"Nothing is more important than the integrity of a pay-to-play contest," Ambrosius told ESPN in a phone interview Thursday. "We have built up 20-plus years of integrity through transparency and everything we've done. And by one action, it's put all of it in question. It's put me and everybody associated with our company in question.

"We're doing everything we can to make sure that we know everything about what happened, let people know, and to make sure it never happens again."
 
Not going to watch a long video about some contest I don't have any interest in, but if this was more than a one-off incident it's a stunning oversight by the organizers. Just close up shop if that's the case. Basic integrity checks would've caught this immediately.

Edit: and if this is like a DFS contest where you’re not supposed to see other people’s lineups before lock, this guy was 100% feeding that info to his buddy. You don’t jump directly from completely innocent to blatantly manipulating lineups.
I just finished the video - it’s not that long but they do a lot of introductory stuff explaining how the contest works, so seasoned FF’ers can skip by it.

It’s worth watching if you’re a contestant of NFFC contests.

And yeah - Ambrosious said they’re going to go back over logs from past years (before the 2021 software change) to see if they can unearth anything.

I agree it seems unlikely that it’s a 1-off given the employee and player have a documented relationship going back ~a decade.

@Joe Bryant - figured you’d want to be tagged since FBG hosts a contest there (that I’ve been playing in - super fun/challenging!)

Thanks. Yes, we've been trying to monitor there and see. I've known Greg Ambrosius for 25 years and he's my friend. I have always had outstanding experiences working with him. It's super troubling and I feel confident they'll work through it and do the right things. https://www.espn.com/espn/betting/s...l-cheating-scandal-leads-site-firing-employee
"Nothing is more important than the integrity of a pay-to-play contest," Ambrosius told ESPN in a phone interview Thursday. "We have built up 20-plus years of integrity through transparency and everything we've done. And by one action, it's put all of it in question. It's put me and everybody associated with our company in question.

"We're doing everything we can to make sure that we know everything about what happened, let people know, and to make sure it never happens again."
Yeah, I posted his comments 1st because I believe him, and believe he’s a stand-up guy who’ll do the right thing.

That said, there’s significant risk of harm to NFFC’’s reputation from this.

IMO transparency will be everything. And while I know Ambrosius is doing the good human thing by reaching out to that ex-employee, I would caution that because it may be worse than he knows, it’s probably better to keep a distance until everything is known.

Anything they learn should be published, and it’s a little surprising that this went down and I, as a multiple contest entrant, had to learn about it through Twitter. Can’t just assume everyone’s reading the message board. His post should be a broadcast email to everyone who has ever played in NFFC’s contests. I feel very strongly that is the correct way to handle it.

At the moment it’s a bit too passive on their part.

At this point I should have at least an initial email and a follow-up email about it.

No offense (or accusations) to anyone, but as a customer that’s my expectation. The less transparent they are, the worse the perception.
 
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And yet they admit the guy has cashed in like 7 events out of 124 entries in just the last year alone.
Well, that is certainly a big deal.
Sounds like a trend
I’m extremely confident they’re going to figure out that it was more than this 1 time.

the odds would be vastly against the 1 time they got caught being the only time they’ve done it considering the length of time the employee had been with NFFC, and the duration of (known) time that employee and the player have been associates.

Color me pessimistic, but these types of situations are rarely 1-offs in my experience.
 
And yet they admit the guy has cashed in like 7 events out of 124 entries in just the last year alone.
Well, that is certainly a big deal.
Sounds like a trend
I’m extremely confident they’re going to figure out that it was more than this 1 time.

the odds would be vastly against the 1 time they got caught being the only time they’ve done it considering the length of time the employee had been with NFFC, and the duration of (known) time that employee and the player have been associates.

Color me pessimistic, but these types of situations are rarely 1-offs in my experience.
Kinda like a cheating spouse. Rarely does it occur just one time. If it’s in the DNA……..
 
the user switched Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert for Packers running back Aaron Jones. In the first game, Mostert rushed for 33 yards on eight carries in Miami's loss to the Chiefs. Jones got off to a hot start against the Cowboys and finished with 118 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the Packers' upset victory.

That was a big swing
Also swapped Rice for Kelce *after* the Kelce TD. Kelce went on to score 2 TDs.

Also a massive swing.
 
the user switched Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert for Packers running back Aaron Jones. In the first game, Mostert rushed for 33 yards on eight carries in Miami's loss to the Chiefs. Jones got off to a hot start against the Cowboys and finished with 118 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the Packers' upset victory.

That was a big swing
Help me understand, because I didn’t watch the video. Did the employee and the player split winnings? Or was it just the employee who benefited? Or just the employee’s friend who benefited?
 
the user switched Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert for Packers running back Aaron Jones. In the first game, Mostert rushed for 33 yards on eight carries in Miami's loss to the Chiefs. Jones got off to a hot start against the Cowboys and finished with 118 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the Packers' upset victory.

That was a big swing
Help me understand, because I didn’t watch the video. Did the employee and the player split winnings? Or was it just the employee who benefited? Or just the employee’s friend who benefited?
For the current known scandal, no - the contest is ongoing. Hold ‘Em is a weekly game where you set a lineup of players. Players who advance get a multiplier x the round. You reload the roster weekly to fill in eliminated players.

It was caught this week, after Sunday’s games, sleuthed out by the dudes in the video.

Regarding past wins, we don’t know what we don’t know.
 
Might as well pack it in, that’s brutal for their reputation. The fact that no email has been sent as per HSG, deal breaker.

Only Fantasy site out there that I couldn’t play on due to them not having a license to operate in Ontario.
IMO, salvageable - but yeah, that it’s an ongoing contest makes it even more important to inform everyone invested in it that there’s been an incident.

To this point I have no official contact from NFFC. No email, nothing when I log in to the site. Nada.

That, to me, is completely unacceptable.
 
Might as well pack it in, that’s brutal for their reputation. The fact that no email has been sent as per HSG, deal breaker.

Only Fantasy site out there that I couldn’t play on due to them not having a license to operate in Ontario.
IMO, salvageable - but yeah, that it’s an ongoing contest makes it even more important to inform everyone invested in it that there’s been an incident.

To this point I have no official contact from NFFC. No email, nothing when I log in to the site. Nada.

That, to me, is completely unacceptable.
That comment section of that video. Henry Muto chimes in. I haven’t watched all of the vid yet, but I did read all of those comments. It’s hard to not agree.
 
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Might as well pack it in, that’s brutal for their reputation. The fact that no email has been sent as per HSG, deal breaker.

Only Fantasy site out there that I couldn’t play on due to them not having a license to operate in Ontario.
IMO, salvageable - but yeah, that it’s an ongoing contest makes it even more important to inform everyone invested in it that there’s been an incident.

To this point I have no official contact from NFFC. No email, nothing when I log in to the site. Nada.

That, to me, is completely unacceptable.
That comment section of that video. Henry Muto chimes in. I haven’t watched all of the vid yet, but I did read all of those comments. It’s hard not to agree.
Oh I missed that. I try to avoid the comments section.

ETA: just read his input and yeah - totally agree. I was in a $350 NFFC league with Henry this year - good dude. He’s absolutely right - feeding the dude BB info on the FAAB would be a massive way to influence a league.

I’m sure we’ll think of more ways it can be done without leaving a trace.
 
Anytime $$$ is involved, people gotta cheat to win smfh
I know. I probably need to rethink playing online poker. I don’t play very often and I play low stakes but still. :shrug:
I just assume there's cheating in every big contest so I don't enter such things. The Fanduel employee using data for Draft Kings (or was it the other way around?) was just one example. I limit my play only to FFPC, and only to 12 team or less leagues. I would never be able to detect shenanigans in a 1000+ person contest. I MAY be able to notice something in a 12 person league, with head-to-head lineups, etc. Of course there are possibilities to cheat there as well, just presumably less likely.

Most importantly, there's also the possibility online sites like this could just shut down tomorrow and walk away with everyone's cash. Thus I'll never play the real high stakes stuff that would really hurt if I'm cheated.
 
Might as well pack it in, that’s brutal for their reputation. The fact that no email has been sent as per HSG, deal breaker.

Only Fantasy site out there that I couldn’t play on due to them not having a license to operate in Ontario.
IMO, salvageable - but yeah, that it’s an ongoing contest makes it even more important to inform everyone invested in it that there’s been an incident.

To this point I have no official contact from NFFC. No email, nothing when I log in to the site. Nada.

That, to me, is completely unacceptable.
They posted something on their site yesterday. The player played in 124 contest and only placed in the money in 7 leagues had a very poor year so maybe this is truly the 1st time anything happened who knows. The NFFC is my favorite site to play. I have done very well there over the years and won my 2nd National Championship this season (My other was in 2012).
I will continue to play there without reservations. Tom and Greg are great owners and have done a lot of the industry.

 
All of this brings back bad memories of a cheating commish who cuts and runs with league fees because he had a gambling problem. I’ve been commish for about 20 years and I don’t use leaguesafe and I’ve earned trust. If you lose your integrity you’re not left with much.
On that YouTube video, one of the dudes expressed shock at what happened, and made the statement that the lineup change after lock is like something you’d see happen in a home league with a cheating commish.
It could be a situation where there was a more sophisticated level of cheating that failed to work in that moment, but had been working previously. Like a PED guy who passed 100 tests but failed that one time after being careless with the masking steps.
 
Might as well pack it in, that’s brutal for their reputation. The fact that no email has been sent as per HSG, deal breaker.

Only Fantasy site out there that I couldn’t play on due to them not having a license to operate in Ontario.
IMO, salvageable - but yeah, that it’s an ongoing contest makes it even more important to inform everyone invested in it that there’s been an incident.

To this point I have no official contact from NFFC. No email, nothing when I log in to the site. Nada.

That, to me, is completely unacceptable.
They posted something on their site yesterday. The player played in 124 contest and only placed in the money in 7 leagues had a very poor year so maybe this is truly the 1st time anything happened who knows. The NFFC is my favorite site to play. I have done very well there over the years and won my 2nd National Championship this season (My other was in 2012).
I will continue to play there without reservations. Tom and Greg are great owners and have done a lot of the industry.

Yeah, I linked to it in the 1st post.

I will also continue to play there.

But I am still of the opinion that contestants should have been notified actively, rather than passively. I don’t hang out on their forums, so I found out about it on Twitter.

To me that’s less than acceptable. We shoulda been emailed. Transparency is key.
 
Anytime $$$ is involved, people gotta cheat to win smfh
I know. I probably need to rethink playing online poker. I don’t play very often and I play low stakes but still. :shrug:
I just assume there's cheating in every big contest so I don't enter such things. The Fanduel employee using data for Draft Kings (or was it the other way around?) was just one example. I limit my play only to FFPC, and only to 12 team or less leagues. I would never be able to detect shenanigans in a 1000+ person contest. I MAY be able to notice something in a 12 person league, with head-to-head lineups, etc. Of course there are possibilities to cheat there as well, just presumably less likely.

Most importantly, there's also the possibility online sites like this could just shut down tomorrow and walk away with everyone's cash. Thus I'll never play the real high stakes stuff that would really hurt if I'm cheated.
I don’t see any of that as applicable here.
 
Can they go after the fired employee in a civil suit? Class action?
Not sure what there is to go after.

They fired him. He’s going to be a pariah in FF circles, known for being the dude who tried to cheat the NFFC.

That’s a pretty bad black eye for a dude who’s career was the NFFC/FF.

That trust will never come back.

But it’s not like he succeeded in gaining I’ll-gotten booty from his misdeeds. In order to be actionable in court I’d think there would have to be damages incurred.

I suppose reputational damage has a value, but yeah, besides firing him I’m not sure what the courts are supposed to do.
 
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Can they go after the fired employee in a civil suit? Class action?
Not sure what there is to go after.

They fired him. He’s going to be a pariah in FF circles, known for being the dude who tried to cheat the NFFC.

That’s a pretty bad black eye for a dude who’s career was the NFFC/FF.

That trust will never come back.

But it’s not like he succeeded in gaining I’ll-gotten booty from his misdeeds. In order to be actionable in court I’d think there would have to be damages incurred.

I suppose repetitional damage has a value, but yeah, besides firing him I’m not sure what the courts are supposed to do.
You don’t know what booty was gained in the past. I doubt this is the first time.
 
Can they go after the fired employee in a civil suit? Class action?
Not sure what there is to go after.

They fired him. He’s going to be a pariah in FF circles, known for being the dude who tried to cheat the NFFC.

That’s a pretty bad black eye for a dude who’s career was the NFFC/FF.

That trust will never come back.

But it’s not like he succeeded in gaining I’ll-gotten booty from his misdeeds. In order to be actionable in court I’d think there would have to be damages incurred.

I suppose repetitional damage has a value, but yeah, besides firing him I’m not sure what the courts are supposed to do.
You don’t know what booty was gained in the past. I doubt this is the first time.
I took this to mean all-time:

The player played in 124 contest and only placed in the money in 7 league
 
Can they go after the fired employee in a civil suit? Class action?
Not sure what there is to go after.

They fired him. He’s going to be a pariah in FF circles, known for being the dude who tried to cheat the NFFC.

That’s a pretty bad black eye for a dude who’s career was the NFFC/FF.

That trust will never come back.

But it’s not like he succeeded in gaining I’ll-gotten booty from his misdeeds. In order to be actionable in court I’d think there would have to be damages incurred.

I suppose repetitional damage has a value, but yeah, besides firing him I’m not sure what the courts are supposed to do.
You don’t know what booty was gained in the past. I doubt this is the first time.
I took this to mean all-time:

The player played in 124 contest and only placed in the money in 7 league
It would be naive to think money hasn’t already been made in the past.
 
The plot thickens.

We received a tip that indicates @TheNFFC playoff contest was not the 1st time Bradley Willis' lineup was changed post-lock

Below details a 2023 Week 16 move in a $350 regular season contest

We corroborated w/ transaction & lineups pages that an apparent post-lock move was made

This directly contradicts the NFFC official statement that no other instances occurred, btw. Big if true.
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