Sportsbook news results for the search term: bet7moons
01.21.2007 (11:38 AM CST)
LasPalmas (SBR rating C) offering bailout deal to Bet7Moons (SBR rating F) victims. Players have the option to have their balances covered in full with a 20x roll-over (to make wagers totaling twenty times bailout amount) or match the bailout amount with a deposit for a 7x roll-over.
01.20.2007 (04:24 PM CST)
Bet7Moons (SBR rating F) owner redirects website to LasPalmas (SBR rating C), where he has relocated his credit package. Robbed Bet7Moons post-up players are hopeful that LasPalmas will not service the stiff agent or will force him to take part in a payment plan to refund victims.
12.09.2006 (11:24 PM CST)
Hope fades for Bet7Moons (SBR rating F) balance holders. 7Moons players, who received a letter from Mgr. Ron alerting them that the book would be closing and issuing payment within a week, have gone unpaid. Some players requested funds before the November 21st letter and have waited for over a month. Bet7Moons website is now off-line.
12.01.2006 (03:19 PM CST)
Bet7Moons <A class=ab href="www.sportsbookreview.com/sbr/Bet7Moons ">Bet7Moons</A> downgraded from D- to F
11.22.2006 (09:15 AM CST)
Bet7Moons (SBR rating D-) tells players they are closing and will settle accounts in 7-10 days. One player reports already being slow-paid one week. Players have reason to be concerned. The only identifiable members of management and 7Moons staff were also part of failed sportsbook RichCoastSports. RCS was bailed out by BetCRIS (SBR rating A+) in December of 2005.
07.29.2006 (05:01 PM CST)
The sportsbook began online as GogoBet (not rated) over one year ago. Bet7Moons operates on the 3rd floor of Oficentro’s Building 4 and its customer service is managed by former manager and minority owner of failed sportsbook RichCoastSports.
07.29.2006 (04:57 PM CST)
Bet7Moons - SBR initiates rating at D-