Christarkis Michael, William Jackson and Timothy Court from Gloucseter were each given a suspended jail sentence after they supplied machines which could pay out more than permitted by law and failed to declare income from the crooked machines.
The three were also ordered to pay costs of £18,500 and have also been found guilty of evading VAT payments to Customs & Excise.
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