o.k., here's the situation in a nut shell. I was working for a casino in Tucson. I was the casino manager. I performed a guest service stint, that got me terminated, without warning. My license is in good standing, and wasn't revoked. I have since then had three strong possibilities, and haven't been hired anywhere. I have never had a problem getting hired.
I was offered a job in Indio, and was going through the licensing process. I have held 3 ca. gaming licenses throughout my career. I was called yesterday by the casino gaming office informing me that I was denied a license. They stated they were not allowed to divulge any information to me, and stated it was an NIGC decision. He stated when he did my paperwork, he saw nothing wrong with it, however NIGC made the decision.
I am concerned that I may have been black balled unfairly, and haven't been informed.
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