Sportsbook news results for the search term: betboo
A BetBoo (SBR rating D) player submits a payment complaint. On May 26th, the user requested payment of €236. He claims to have already provided a copy of his ID and utility bill. The player has sent two email inquiries to BetBoo support. BetBoo has not given an update on when payment will be made.
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BetBoo (SBR rating D) players submit various complaints. The player complaints range from wrongly settled markets, deposit issues, payout problems, and poor customer support. SBR has been unable to reach a BetBoo representative to discuss the cases. Players are advised to avoid doing business with the sportsbook until its current cases are sorted.
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A BetBoo (SBR rating D) player files a withdrawal complaint. On January 19th, 2012, the player requested a withdrawal for £419. The player received a generic email telling him to expect his funds within 72 hours. BetBoo failed to make the payment in this time-frame. The player is waiting for his funds via Moneybookers. The player states that he has sent numerous emails to the sportsbook without receiving a reply.
On January 25th, 2012, SBR published a report asking BetBoo players to share their withdrawal feedback. A BetBoo player wrote that a €1,000 withdrawal requested three weeks prior was delayed. That player has since been paid.
BetBoo players that wish to share their feedback on the sportsbook's payment times, customer service, or who have other items to discuss are asked to write to SBR.
A BetBoo (SBR rating D) player tells SBR that he requested a €1,000 withdrawal via Neteller on January 9, 2012. The player states that he has sent four emails without receiving a response. While BetBoo has satisfactorily communicated with SBR in the past, management has yet to address the complaint this month. BetBoo players with payment feedback are asked to write to SBR, or dial 1-830-255-4677 during normal business hours.
BetBoo (SBR rating D) complaints update.
BetBoo's head of trading has reached out to Sportsbook Review regarding the growing numpber of bonus complaints. The head trader tells SBR that he has recently been tasked with managing customer complaints. BetBoo has underwent corporate restructuring following being taken over by GamingVC in 2009. | Betboo complaints
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A BetBoo (SBR rating D) bonus complaint has been reported. A player with €2500 left in rollover tells SBR that he has been limited to €2 maximum wagers. SBR is asking BetBoo to either increase the player's limits, or to close his account and pay a prorated portion.
This BetBoo complaint is reminiscent to the bonus dispute reported in December of 2010. On December 5th, SBR reported that BetBoo reinstated a player's wagering limits so that he could fulfill his rollover obligation. | BetBoo news
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On 12/2, SBR reported that BetBoo (SBR rating D) limited a player to 0 maximum wagers. The player had €370 left in bonus rollover to fulfill. After discussing the dispute with SBR, BetBoo agreed to reinstate the player with normal limits so that he could finish his rollover and make a withdrawal.
A BetBoo (SBR rating D) player submits a sportsbook bonus complaint. In May of 2010, the player deposited €185 with BetBoo and received a 100% signup bonus. The promotion carried a 15x wagering requirement. The player tells SBR that he wagered €5,130 toward the required €5,500, before having his limits slashed to 0. BetBoo was not willing to prorate the player's bonus winnings. The player has a €1,765 balance. SBR is discussing this dispute with BetBoo.
03.11.2010 (06:31 PM CST)
BestBetBookie - SBR initiates rating coverage at D
The BetBoo (SBR rating D) player from SBR's 10/28 slow-pay complaint report has confirmed receiving payment. When the player contacted SBR, he was owed $2,099 from a September 30th withdrawal request. BetBoo management has expressed the desire to cooperate with SBR on sportsbook complaints.
BetBoo (unrated) payment complaint. A Betboo player requested a payout of $2099 on September 30th. The player submitted all the required ID documents. Betboo has to date not paid the player. SBR is following up on this complaint.
On October 16th, SBR reported that Betboo voided a wager on a bad line then graded it as a loser the next day. Players should
exercise extreme caution when choosing to play with unrated sportsbooks.
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Betboo (unrated) voids a wager citing a bad line, then grades it as a loser after the event. On October 10th, a player wagered €5 on the St. Petersburg vs Spartak Moscow Russian Hockey match at odds of 7.30. A few hours after placing his bet, he received an e-mail stating his wager was voided due to an odds error. After the match was played the following day, his account was debited for a loss on the voided wager. When the player contacted Betboo, they stated the earlier e-mail was sent in error.
On April 6th, SBR reported that Betboo changed a player's winning wager to a losing one. Players should exercise extreme caution when choosing to play with unrated sportsbooks. | SBR Sportsbook Ratings guide
A BetBoo (unrated) sportsbook complaint has been received. On March 21st a player placed a wager on a soccer match ebtween Vejle and Frederica for €300. After placing the bet, the player took a screenshot of the wager as his custom. The screenshot shows his wager clearly. Two hours after the match ended and his bet should have been settled, the player discovered the wager was canceled and his stake returned. After inquiring with BetBoo, customer service stated that the system displayed the wrong soccer team. The player went back to his account history and found that the ticket had been changed to read Sutjeska Niksic-Frederica instead of the Vejle-Frederica which he bet on and recorded a screencap of. SBR is following up with BetBoo.
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SCAM ALERT: LazerWager (SBR
rating F) operation taking wagers through live dealer
online casinos. The company owns websites such as DealFourRealCasino.com
Deal4Real.net where the gambler can play against and
converse with a live dealer. TheLiveDealerCasino.com, owned by parent company
Global, is attempting to outsource the live dealer service to
other gambling operators. When SBR visited the LazerWager
facility in February to discuss its failure to pay, we toured the live
dealer casino room. Management stated that the value of the video
camera equipment was more than the "low 6 figures" owed to LazerWager
victims. LazerWager's parent company also operates its pay per head
service called Evolution
or EvoDP.com. Evo Data Processing hosts and
services the following sportsbook
28.01.2006 (12:05 PM CST)
BestBetBookie BetBookie & Phoenix Rising Group downgraded from D- to F
as no-pay complaints continue to fill SBR’s mailbox. Customer service remains off-line and the sportsbook shows no signs of life. BetBookie victims had hoped that World Gaming was to take over the site as they did with AllSportsCasino. However, the different sites are being treated as separate entities, likely divided by ownership of player packages. World Gaming states that they currently do not have any plans to take over other Phoenix Rising sites.
"Hi. I have a quick question about betbookie.com. They actually owe me $8000 since late October of 2005. They gave me all these BS reasons for not giving me my funds. When I tried to call them today, it seems like they disconnected their phone service. Then I came to your site and noticed that they either sold or trying to sell their website. Is there any way to receive my money or is this money down the drain? Any suggestions or answers are welcomed. Thank you very much and I truly appreciate your website."
Slow-paying sportsbook BetBookie(SBR rating D-) domain name listed for sale on EBizName.com.
Description: Fantastic web address for online gambling and wagering. Also can be used for betting, college and pro picks, casinos, etc.
Players looking for information regarding a potential takeover of accounts should call World Gaming Services at 1-800-372-0333.
Slow-pay complaints evolving into no-pays at D- rated sportsbooks Custombets, BetBookie, BestBetBookie and BookaSport.net. Bettors are waiting over one month for payment and are hoping to hear news that the sportsbooks will be taken over by World Gaming Services. LiveChat is currently off-line and phones are unmanned. Players who manage to reach client support should request a payout immediately.
Player slow-paid by AllSportsCasino(SBR rating D). The bettor’s account was closed nearly one month ago after he was labeled a "wiseguy". He has been waiting for his balance of $1103 since. This marks the fourth payout complaint form the Phoenix Rising Group. Management claims that "accounting is backlogged" due to the "holidays", "Neteller upgrades" and a "server outage".
Phoenix Rising is a very small sportsbook that operates with a customer service staff of two. The book was likely hurt by the public’s success this football season. These recent payout complaints are the first from this book’s players. ASC has been covered in the SBR rating guide for over two years.
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BetBookie (SBR rating C-) Update: Management concludes "investigation" of player’s account and agrees to process $7,000 withdrawal in full. The sportsbook firmly believes that this player is part of a betting syndicate, which has circumvented limits, but has not been able to provide conclusive proof. BetBookie is part of the Phoenix Rising family of sportsbooks which includes AllSportsCasino.
BetBookie (SBR rating C-) withholding player’s funds, claiming his account is under investigation for syndicate wagering. BetBookie tells SBR, "We increased his limits and he won seven in a row for $7,000". The sportsbook does not have evidence of circumventing limits or other rule violations. The player has been waiting over one week for his funds. SBR to speak with Betbookie’s General Manager tomorrow.