Sportsbook news results for the search term: 24sportsweb
Earlier this week SBR reported that InstantActionSports (SBR rating C-), former host of stiff sportsbook 24SportsWeb (SBR rating F), credited $8,800 to a former player of the defunct site. IAS has credited a second player with $5,000. After discussion with SBR, IAS agreed to pay all players who funded their 24SportsWeb account with Skrill.
InstantActionSports (SBR rating C) has agreed to credit all players with unpaid balances who funded their 24SportsWeb (SBR rating F) accounts via eWallet. IAS formerly provided hosting and software to 24SportsWeb, before the sportsbook went off-line in January 2013. In addition to stiffing their few players, 24SportsWeb also had $40,000 in upaid hosting fees at the time of their collapse.
An InstantActionSports (SBR rating D+) payout complaint has been received. A player asked for a £2,500 payout on January 10th via Skrill. IAS addressed the delay with the user by claiming that it was waiting for a payment to post to the eWallet account before withdrawals could be processed. Three weeks later, the player has still not been paid and no new updates were given.
A player with an account at both Instant Action Sports (SBR rating D+) and 24SportsWeb has provided SBR with a payment receipt from Skrill which appears to contradict IAS' claim of never providing processing to 24SportsWeb players. The pay-from account in both IAS and 24SportsWeb payouts was exactly the same. IAS management has yet to address this.
Sportsbook Review.com provides an SBR Industry News update for Tuesday, January 29th, 2013, recapping the last week of sportsbook dispute news. The headline story of today's show is that Costa Rica based sportsbook 24SportsWeb is still off-line. 24SportsWeb owes players and its former host Instant Action Sports more than $75,000.
24SportsWeb Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) remains off-line. On January 21st, SBR reported that the Costa Rica based sportsbook went off-line without word. Since that time SBR has confirmed that 24SportsWeb has unpaid hosting fees and is no longer stationed in the Instant Action Sports facility. Players have reported being owed more than $35,000.
SBR has spoken with InstantActionSports management, former host of 24SportsWeb (SBR rating D+). 24SportsWeb went off-line early yesterday without giving notice to players. IAS management told SBR that 24SportsWeb is behind on hosting fees and is no longer actively communicating regarding their debt.
24SportsWeb Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) is currently off-line. The Costa Rica based sportsbook's phone numbers are also down. 24SportsWeb, which operates under Instant Action Sports, had recently been downgraded by SBR for failure to pay players in their advertised withdrawal times. SBR is investigating and will update this report.
09.01.2013 (04:02 PM CST)
24SportsWeb Sportsbook downgraded from C- to D+
A 24SportsWeb Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) player reports that a $3,000 withdrawal requested October 10th via Skrill has not been paid. 24SportsWeb live support has been unable to provide a concrete update: the player says he has been told on more than one occasion that his funds should be received the following week. SBR is investigating this latest claim.
24SportsWeb (SBR rating C-) has addressed the payout complaint reported by SBR on December 24th. Management confirms that their Skrill payouts have been delayed. SBR reported that a player owed $5,000 since September filed a sportsbook complaint. 24SportsWeb claims this player will be paid Tuesday of next week.
A 24SportsWeb player submits a payout complaint. The player tells SBR that he requested a $5,000 payout via Skrill in the beginning of September 2012. 24SportsWeb allegedly promised the player on multiple occasions that his payout would be sent in one week. SBR is following up on this sportsbook complaint and will update this report.
24SportsWeb (SBR rating C-) has been battling a distributed denial of service attack for the last week. SBR spoke with an InstantActionSports (SBR rating C-) manager who confirmed that 24SportsWeb expects to be back online soon, and that the company has made a mirror site available to players.
SBR newswoman Natalie provides a sportsbook industry news update. At the end of the segment, Natalie is joined by SBR dispute analyst Justin who discusses his current sportsbook dispute cases. 24SportsWeb, Sportsbetting.ag, and Betway are among three of the online sportsbooks covered in today's video.
24SportsWeb (SBR rating C-) is currently off-line. A player wrote to SBR with a payment complaint, stating that a $5,000 payment remains outstanding since the last week of April. The player points out that 24SportsWeb has been down for the last 48 hours, and has not given word on his payment status. The player holds a $21,000 balance with the sportsbook. SBR will update this report.
A 24SportsWeb (SBR rating C-) player submits a withdrawal complaint. The player states that he requested €5,000 in early December 2011 to Moneybookers. The player says that he was told initially that the delay encountered was due to the holiday season. The player claims he was given a date of January 8th to expect payment. No payment was made on January 8th. SBR is investigating this payment complaint
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17.10.2009 24SportsWeb (SBR rating C-)
owes four players $8290. The payment requests range from as early as June, with the rest requested in August. 24SportsWeb
has stated to players that Moneybookers is 'no good' to use as a withdrawal option. One player agreed to accept a bankwire in its place and has yet to receive his funds. Another player was sent a check with a tracking number that shows no activity. SBR advises players to cease wagering activity with 24SportsWeb until outstanding balances are paid.
Shortly after SBR's report
earlier this month, 24SportsWeb (SBR rating C-)
paid player in full via sportsbook transfer to BetCRIS (SBR rating A+)
. The player was owed $6,000 for eight weeks.
24SportsWeb (SBR rating C-) player waiting over 8 weeks for $6,000. Phone calls to the sportsbook go answered and emails have bounced. SBR is expecting a response from InstantActionSports (SBR rating C-) which hosts and operates 24SportsWeb.
24.09.2007 (01:17 PM CST)
24SportsWeb - SBR initiates coverage at C-
24SportsWeb enters the SBR Rating Guide at C-. 24SportsWeb is a new sportsbook from Costa Rica-based InstantActionSports (SBR rating C). See office photos