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Report: Eastern Cherokees were overcharged for services at casino

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The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians was overcharged for information technology services at its casino, tribal officials said.

The Harrah's Cherokee Casino was overbilled a total of $2.7 million by the Harrah's Entertainment corporate office. The mistake was noticed by tribal regulators.

The tribe will be reimbursed $4.1 million, with half of the money to be distributed to members as part of a future per capita payment.

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