Thank you for your follow up.
If you did provide this casino with your AmEx billing information and consented in writing to this casino committing fraudulent billing through a third party company for the merchandise that was never bought or shipped to you, you can dispute the charges with the American Express company, however American Express will conduct a full fraud investigation, due to the very large amount in dispute and depending on the decision that American Express makes, you can potentially face federal credit card, money laundering
and illegal gambling charges, for your participation in this fraudulent transactions and illegal on line gambling, which is a crime under the federal law.
So, before you decide whether to dispute this gambling charges, I would strongly suggest that you do consult with your local criminal defense attorney
, who can review all the facts and documents related to your unfortunate situation and could advise you whether it would be worth the risk of potential criminal prosecution to attempt to dispute these charges with AmEx.
I am sorry to give you this tough news, but please understand that I do have professional obligation to provide JustAnswer.com customers with correct information, even when the answer is not favorable to the customer.
I wish you the best of luck!