Well, no - by signing up for an account, and falsifying the details, that breaks the terms of the site? The gaming laws are quite specific, if someone is prohibited from playing then they are prohibited.
Sorry, this is a topic I feel very strongly about as I see it happen a lot. It's not fair on the genuine players when a false account wins.
My biggest beef is with those who sign up for multiple accounts, to get the bonus offers over and over. Again, falsifying details to bypass the system.
The matter of not cashing out winnings is invalid, too late by then, an offence has been committed.
So many people think it is OK to mis-use gambling
sites in this way, by breaking the terms of the site like this the accounts is false, which is fraud.
You will not change my opinion. What you do with warnings on pillows is up to you, what people do to break the law is a much more serious matter.