ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Four Atlantic City casinos and an Internet gambling firm must forfeit winnings and pay fines totaling more than $33,000 for various gambling rule violations.

The New Jersey Gaming Enforcement Division issued the penalties earlier this month, and made them public on Monday.

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The Trump Taj Mahal must forfeit more than $16,000 it won from three gamblers who had signed up for a self-exclusion list that prohibits them from gambling.

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The Borgata must forfeit more than $3,700 it confiscated from gamblers who could not prove they were 21 years old.

Resorts was fined $3,000 for cashier rule violations, and, an online affiliate of the Borgata, was fined $10,000 for violating the terms of a divestiture agreement by one of its stockholders.

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