Sportsbook news results for the search term: betafterbet
11.21.2011 (06:09 PM CST)
A MyBet (SBR rating D+) player writes to SBR with an account complaint. The player registered to MyBet and made a first-time deposit of €80 before increasing his account to €368.71. The player tells SBR that MyBet refunded his deposit and closed his account after accusing the player of being connected to other account-holders. The player denies the charge.
MyBet is a Malta-based sportsbook. Malta sportsbooks have recently come under fire, as dodgy sportsbook
owners gravitate to the country for their lax gaming restrictions. Recent Malta scam sportsbooks include Stryyke (SBR rating F), BetOnBet (SBR rating F), and BetAfterBet (SBR rating F). MyBet is one of the only Malta sportsbooks not on SBR's scam sportsbooks blacklist. MyBet had a rating of D+ initiated by Sportsbook Review on April 7th, 2011.
SBR will update this report.
Sportsbook players with feedback or complaints are asked to submit a sportsbook complaint form, or dial 1-830-255-4677 during normal business hours to speak with a Sportsbook Review dispute analyst.
07.19.2011 (06:58 PM CST)
A BetAfterBet (SBR rating F) player who lost £500 when the scam sportsbook went offline on March 3rd, 2010 has written in to Sportsbook Review. The player's hopes for redeeming his £500 were dashed when BetAfterBet had hit one year of being offline without resurfacing. A lone settlement was reported from a BetAfterBet player on May 10th of last year; a user reported receiving 75% of his €533 balance.
SBR received a total of 53 sportsbook complaints from BetAfterBet players who have never recovered the €40,000+ in funds owed to them.
06.11.2011 (01:13 PM CST)
ComeOn (unrated) sportsbook players report bonus complaints.
ComeOn is a Malta-based sportsbook which caters to the European market. Scam sportsbook operators often choose Malta base their operations due to
the country's lax online gaming regulation. Previous scam sportsbook companies Stryyke (SBR rating F), BetOnBet (SBR rating F), BetAfterBet (SBR rating F) were based in Malta. | ComeOn sportsbook bonus complaints
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05.10.2010 (06:08 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating F) has paid a player €400 of his €533 balance. The player requested payment August 24th 2009. BetAfterBet went off-line on March 3rd 2010; 51 SBR readers reported over €40,000 owed by BetAfterBet at the time. The player accepted the settlement and considers his dispute closed. BetAfterBet paying only 75% of a small sum after 9 months gives fellow slow-paid players little reason to be optimistic. | BetAfterBet forum discussion
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05.07.2010 (11:42 AM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating F) is still off-line with players funds. SBR received 3 sportsbook complaints from BetAfterBet players this week that were never paid their balances. These players are owed €1,592 collectively. SBR has 53 no-pay complaints on file from BetAfterBet players for €41,592
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03.31.2010 (11:10 AM CST)
A BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) payment has been reported. The player had requested €400 on September 22nd. SBR currently has 50 outstanding slow-pay complaints which have been levied against BetAfterBet totaling over €40,000 in funds owed.
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03.03.2010 (12:08 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) is currently offline. The sportsbook has accumulated over 50 slowpay complaints for over €40,000 in player funds. The last reported payment by a BetAfterBet player was November 28th of 2009. BetAfterBet's only listed telephone number is "123-456-789", which is a phony line. BetAfterBet has not replied to SBR inquiries. | View BetAfterBet forum complaints.
03.03.2010 (12:01 PM CST)
BetAfterBet downgraded from D- to F
02.03.2010 (05:40 PM CST)
BetAfterBet's (SBR rating D-) 50th slow pay complaint has been reported. The Malta-based sportsbook has 50 outstanding slowpay complaints dating back to May 10th of 2009. BetAfterBet has declined to discuss the details of the slowpays to SBR. | View BetAfterBet forum discussion
01.15.2010 (07:39 AM CST)
A BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) payment complaint has been filed. This marks the 49th slow pay complaint levied against the Malta-based sportsbook since the fall of 2009. BetAfterBet owes a reported €33,881 to players with the oldest payout requested May 10th. BetAfterBet lists a phony telephone number on its website of "123-456-789", which has added to the belief that the sportsbook does not seek to follow through with player inquiries. Despite several communication requests by SBR, BetAfterBet has refused to comment on the collection of payment complaints creating reasonable doubt in player's minds that the wait for their funds is not near an end. SBR has built a case list of BetAfterBet complaints and will continue to make this list available to BetAfterBet as new complaints are filed. If a player has not yet done so, file a sportsbook complaint form.
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12.17.2009 (12:19 PM CST)
Editor's update: BalkanBet is now operating as EFBet.
BalkanBet (SBR rating C-) has been added to the SBR sportsbook rating guide. BalkanBet's sportsbook has been in operation since June 7th of 2008. US, Maltese, and Macedonian residents are not permitted to open an account with BalkanBet. The sportsbook is located in Malta and licensed by the Loterries and Gaming Authority (LGA) of Malta. Players should be advised that multiple high-risk, slow-pay sportsbooks have emerged from Malta in recent years, such as the now defunct BetOnBet (SBR rating F), BetChance (SBR rating F), and slow pay sportsbook BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-).
12.07.2009 (04:44 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) slow pay #48 has been received. A player describes requesting payment of €832 mid-September. BetAfterBet has been largely non-responsive to SBR inquiries, providing only generic updates as to payment delays and refusing to discuss accounts in detail. SBR advises players who maintain balances at BetAfterBet to cease wagering until payments begin to go out. The amount owed by BetAfterBet is estimated to be €33,249 with the oldest payment request intiated on May 10th.
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12.02.2009 (04:56 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D) slow pay complaint #46 & 47 have been filed. A player requested a €7103 payment on August 6th and is yet to receive his funds. A second player requested €1200 last week. BetAfterBet now has €48,194 worth of outstanding slow pay complaints. Players are encouraged to submit sportsbook complaint forms.
Edit: The correct outstanding amount owed is €32,418 - conversion error.
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11.28.2009 (01:27 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) has paid a player €1000 for a payment requested on September 7th. There are still 45 outstanding slow pay complaints levied against BetAfterBet for a combined €39,891 owed in player funds,.
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11.21.2009 (11:37 AM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) has paid a player €429.05 which was requested August 10th. BetAfterBet has come under fire in the past two months by racking up 46 slow pay complaints. €40,891 is currently owed to those players. SBR will continue to update the BetAfterBet report as new information becomes available. SBR encourages players being slow paid by BetAfterBet to file a sportsbook complaint.
11.19.2009 (06:12 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) has continued to rack up slow pay complaints. The 47th payment complaint levied against BetAfterBet was submitted to SBR this morning. A player describes requesting €461 on October 31st. This brings the total owed by BetAfterBet up to €41,320. Players are advised not to place their BetAfterBet funds in action while the sportsbook is in slow pay mode. | BetAfterBet forum discussion
11.13.2009 (04:07 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) has paid a player €350.07. The player requested payment on August 10th. There are currently 46 outstanding slow-pay complaints levied against BetAfterBet totaling €40,859 in player funds. | BetAfterBet forum discussion
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11.10.2009 (02:05 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR Rating D-) declines to discuss the 47 cases of slow-pay which have been reported to SBR. BetAfterBet has asked that players launch complaints with the Lotteries and Gaming Authority of Malta (LGA), a tactic that has been employed in the past by sportsbooks with diminishing resources. SBR has asked BetAfterBet to reconsider their decision. This report will be updated as soon as more news comes in. | BetAfterBet forum discussion
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11.02.2009 (05:59 PM CST)
BetAfterBet downgraded from D to D-
11.02.2009 (05:44 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-) players have filed 47 slow-pay reports with SBR via the sportsbook complaint form. The total amount owed to players is £41,209. In the longest standing complaint a player requested payment May 10th and has not received his winnings. BetAfterBet has made contradictory comments to players regarding the reason for the delays, and has yet to acknowledge SBR's requests to discuss player issues. BetAfterBet's rating has been lowered to D-. | BetAfterBet forum reports
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10.28.2009 (11:47 AM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D) has paid a player £1,732. The player originally requested payment August 10th. BetAfterBet has addressed the ongoing slow-pays accrued in recent months and provided unusual reasoning for the delays:
[quote]We have been reviewing, over the last three months, the management of payouts to customers. The review was requested by our Finance Team as there were clear indications of problems with the manner in which payouts where being handled.
We have had to hold back on payments, as of course you are aware, until such time that the issue was properly investigated and the problem clearly identified. There was a very clear mishandling of the bonus system with bonus money being converted to ‘real’ money well before players were eligible for this. The effect of this on cash flow need not be explained.[/quote]
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10.15.2009 (05:59 PM CST)
BetAfterBet (SBR rating D) slowpay reports continue to flood the SBR mailbox. As of today BetAfterBet owes €23,924.60 to 24 players. BetAfterBet has blamed the delays on having to manually process payments requested via their software, and on the number of payments which have been requested.
BetAfterbet: [quote]Please do rest assured that your money is safe and the delay of the payout has not in any way been linked to financial difficuties of the company. It is indeed due to the large number of withdrawals which are being processed manually. Let us explain in more detail what exactly happened, so that you may gain a better perspective of the situation. All withdrawals arecurrently processed manually, due to a technical and communication issue
between our system and the third party processing systems. Further to that, most withdrawals currently are first time withdrawals, therefore, the process of the payouts includes not only an authorisation of the payout amount but also documentation verification and review of each account and the activity on it. This is due to stricter security procedures implemented for first time withdrawals. [/quote]
09.29.2009 (03:16 PM CST)
BetAfterBet payment complaints have not slowed down since SBR began reporting on the Malta-based sportsbook September 18th. Nine new slowpay complaints have come in against BetAfterBet, bringing the total owed to players up to €22,924.60. BetAfterBet has been downgraded to D.
SBR asks owed BetAfterBet players who have not contacted SBR to fill out the sportsbook complaint form.
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09.29.2009 (03:11 PM CST)
BetAfterBet downgraded from D+ to D
09.23.2009 (05:00 PM CST)
BetAfterBet - SBR initiates rating coverage at D+
09.23.2009 (04:10 PM CST)
New BetAfterBet (SBR rating D+) slowpays have been reported. This brings the total to ten complaints with €13,037.62 owed to players. Players are advised to cease wagering activity with the unrated sportsbook until the complaints are addressed and resolved by BetAfterBet.
The Malta-based sportsbook also lists a couple of fake customer service numbers on its website, "If you wish to give us a call you can do so free of charge using any of the numbers listed below. International 123 456 789/ Spain 123 456 789..".
Player 1: [quote]I requested a withdrawal in mid to late July. I have around £2500 in the account. Despite many emails asking them what is going on the funds are still sitting in the account with no sign of it being processed.
Player 2: [quote]I have ordered withdrawal on August, 17th and nothing(17.08.2009, 17:04).I have ordered withdraw 510 Euros from my account[/quote]
Player 3: [quote]I requested withdrawal from betafterbet 35 days ago (600 gbp) and I'm still waiting,and when I email them with questions about the situation of my withdrawal I always receive some exuses(we manually process the withdrawals,we have a lot of withdrawals,your withdrawal is still pending,your withdrawal will be processed
in the next few days and etc.)If could just help with that case,I will really appreciate it.[/quote]
BetAfterBet statement: "There is currently a delay due to the withdrawals being processed manually. This has caused a backlog and our finance department are trying their best to work through it and have all payments effected as soon as possible. Please rest assured that you will receive the funds as soon as the transaction is processed. Unfrotunately, at this stage we have not been provided with a specific date. Once again we apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and patience with this matter"
09.18.2009 (09:29 AM CST)
A payment complaint has come in against unrated sportsbook BetAfterBet. The sportsbook website claims that the company is owned by Bonobet Ltd., which operates in Malta and is licensed by the LGA of the Malta. Many slow-pay and scam sportsbooks have originated from Malta in recent times. BetAfterBet offers no phone number for customer support, but can be reached via live chat and email.
The BetAfterBet account holder who filed the sportsbook complaint form indicates he joined BetAfterBet in December of 2008 and made his first deposit of 98 Euros. The player deposited via Moneybookers. On August 17th of 2009, his first payment request was made for 830 Euros. No payment has been received.
[quote]"Please be informed that your withdrawal request has been sent to our finance department for processing. Withdrawals are usually processed within 2-4 business days."[/quote]
[quote]"We have checked on your withdrawal and it is in order, pending to be processed. We have been advised however, that there is a delay with all payments due to the high number of withdrawals that the finance department are processing manually at the moment." [/quote]
[quote]"Please do rest assured that your withdrawal is submitted and pending to be authorized. We have not been provided with any new information by the accounts department, they are still working on the delay with the payouts and on clearing this out and bringing it up to date." [/quote]