Sportsbook news results for the search term: betcsi
SCAM sportsbook BetCSI (SBR rating F-) opens new sportsbook, SelectWagering. SelectWagering is cold-calling players claiming that they are endorsed by SBR. Owner "Duane Tough" and his head manager, Randy have conned many players using CSI and stolen customer lists. Select Wagering currently advertises Paypal as a deposit method. Paypal has forbidden all gaming related transactions since 2002.
Scam sportsbook BetCSI (SBR rating F-) now telling players that they are "leaving the post-up business" and that "upper management" will be deciding the fate of their funds. BetCSI has recently given players fake FedEx tracking numbers.
BetCSI (SBR rating F-) threatening player who requests payment. A player who has demanded his winnings, after waiting over two weeks, was told by CSI that they may report his gambling transaction to authorities. Management tells player: “Keep in mind that you have performed online gaming in your jurisdiction. To which judiciary agency should we report your transactions to…State or Federal?” CSI is a no-pay sportsbook attracting players by telemarketing with promises of speedy payouts.
BetCSI (SBR rating F-) stiffing another victim for $3,000. This scam book attracts new players by representing itself as being affiliated with honorable sportsbooks. If the new player eventually wins a significant sum the book will cut ties with the client and keep his funds. The head of this operation goes by the name of Ray Ramirez and operates his accounting department from this cell phone number, 800.260.2764.
This week’s slow-pay complaints come from players with BetCSI (SBR rating F-), BetUs (SBR rating F+). Scam outfit, English Sports Betting (SBR rating F-) clients continue to supply multiple no-pay complaints. Sportsbook.com (SBR rating C) player reports his account is locked due to “random account audit”. Three of the many players owed by Internet1x2 (SBR rating F-) have reported payment in full via bank wire. SBR will continue to pursue and monitor payouts for those seeking withdrawals from Internet1x2.
29.09.2004 (01:54 PM CST)
BetCSI downgraded from F to F-
BetCSI continues to lure players with 40% bonus and shady tactics of misrepresentation. SBR believes it's important for players to be aware of this seemingly scam operation, as they are cold-calling bettors. Read the testimonial from a player, who was offered this promotion:
"I have been trying to get my money for about 3+ weeks, and all I get is a song and dance... The main guy is named Roy Rameriz and I sent them $1500 and got a $600 bonus, I turned the account over the required 6 times and got my balance up to over $3,000. Just for the heck of it I requested $1,000 to see if in fact they do pay out. Much to my dismay, I have not received a penny and since have requested my whole $3,200 to be sent to me..."
BetCSI (SBR Rating F) is currently cold-calling players, whose names were stolen from the data base of another sportsbook. They're falsely claiming to be endorsed by well-respected figures of the industry to allure players into making a deposit. SBR is also dealing with a slow-pay situation that has dragged on, for over a month. SBR warns players to tread lightly.
23.07.2004 (12:21 PM CST)
BetCSI lowered from D- to F
Player reports BetOnSports (SBR rating D+) that he is being slow-paid for $750, SportsInteraction (SBR rating D-) asking player to send in his Western Union deposit receipt from January 2003, before they will process his payout. Complaints from Gold Palace (SBR rating F-) Internet1x2 (SBR rating F) Apex (SBR rating F+) and BetCSI (SBR rating D-) also continue to pour in.
BetCSI (SBR rating D-) is the subject of 15 day slow pay complaints.
Players are being told the book is going through a transition period involving a
software and location change. CSI is also auditing accounts after payout
requests are made.
Once again, SBR warns players about this operation. They show all the signs of being strapped for cash. SBR suspects an unkind NCAA Hoops Tournament to the books might be causing poorly funded shops to raise post-up funds, in order to stay afloat.
Offer of 40% sign-up bonus, misuse of -105 reduced juice and a possibly fictional change of management are all signs of a very poorly run shop. Weak lines and high bonuses have been a formula used by rogue operations in the past. Tread lightly.
(SBR rating NR 'not rated') customers are told the company has been sold and the new owners have no knowledge or responsibility for customer balances