November 04, 2005 11:35 ET

TrademarkPoker: RECALL NOTICE

AVON, OHIO--(CCNMatthews - Nov. 4, 2005) - Electrical Safety Authority and Intertek Testing Labs have identified a potential safety issue associated with SKILL STOP MACHINES distributed by TrademarkPoker.

The affected models have been sold through a number of retail outlets. The products in question were distributed under the name SKILL STOP MACHINES, with various titles on the front of the machine. A cETL approval label may or may not appear on the back of the machine. A number of Skill Stop Machines have been identified as only having a two-prong supply plug with no ground connection and may pose a shock hazard.

The Electrical Safety Authority encourages consumers to stop using the Skill Stop Machines with or without a cETL approval label that DO NOT have a three(3) prong power cord and to return these to the place of purchase.

If your machine has a three(3) prong power cord and bears the cETL label on the back of the machine, your machine is NOT recalled.

Contact Information

  • TrademarkPoker
    Vince Tuttulomondo
    (440) 934-0476 (FAX)