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Another BetDOS (SBR rating F) player wrote in to SBR today that had a $3000 balance at the time the sportsbook went off-line. BetDOS had its website shut down for failing to make payments to its hosting provider, and has yet to come back online. BetDOS owes 8 players $9,833 according to sportsbook complaints filed.
10.04.2010 (12:58 PM CST)
BetDOS downgraded from D- to F
BetDOS (SBR rating F) is believed to be off-line for good after its hosting service was turned off and it failed to secure a new provider. BetDOS sportsbook had already owed 7 people $6,833 at the time it defaulted on its hosting account with International Data Solutions (IDS). BetDOS has been downgraded to F.
On 3/23 SBR reported that BetDOS was taken off-line by its hosting provider. BetDOS (SBR rating D-) was downgraded on March 22nd by SBR due to its continued poor customer service and non-existant dispute relations. BetDOS failed to pay its software provider and was subsequently taken off-line. SBR will update this report as more information is learned.
Earlier today SBR reported that BetDOS (SBR rating D-) was off-line. SBR later spoke with the hosting company that provides betting software to BetDOS and it was stated that BetDOS was late in providing payment for the hosting services and subsequently disabled. BetDOS has failed to return communication to players or SBR in the last month. SBR considers BetDOS a high risk sportsbook to be avoided by players.
Update: A new BetDOS slowpay complaint has been filed. A player requested 650 GBP on February 21st and has yet to receive his funds or an update from BetDOS.
Player: [quote]I requested a payout 650 GBP in February, 21 but still have not an answer. The last e-mail I received at that day but after that was no answer. Now as I see the website is close. [/quote]
BetDOS (SBR rating D-) is now off-line. SBR reported yesterday that BetDOS was displaying a message to all account holders that their accounts were deactivated; today the site is completely off-line. BetDOS racked up a bevy of complaints in the last month, including payout complaints, and complaints where BetDOS credited the wrong currency and never adjusted their mistake.
Multiple BetDOS (SBR rating D-) players have written in today stating the sportsbook is displaying a message that their accounts have been deactived. The message is as displayed as follows:
BetDOS: [quote]"Alert message !Please contact customer service to activate your account." [/quote]
This message comes on the heels of a number of unanswered complaints levied against BetDOS in the last month. BetDOS players are advised to submit sportsbook complaint reports stating their account status, if any funds are owed, and how long they have been waiting for payment. BetDOS has declined to discuss the details of complaints with SBR. SBR will update this report as BetDOS' status changes.
22.03.2010 (02:05 PM CST)
BetDOS downgraded from D to D-
BetDOS (SBR rating D-) has disabled the account of the player from SBR's March 3rd complaint. The player funded his account with a €460 deposit on March 5th via Moneybookers. BetDOS instead credited his $460 and ignored subesequent emails requesting to have the amount corrected. BetDOS has not communicated with SBR. BetDOS has been downgraded to a rating of D-.
12.03.2010 (12:46 PM CST)
BetDOS downgraded from D+ to D
BetDOS (SBR rating D+) has taken its live chat software off-line. The location now contains an image placeholder to purchase live chat software. BetDOS has been unresponsive both to players and SBR inquiries. Players are advised to cease wagering with BetDOS until the sportsbook proves it has the means to pay out winners.
A BetDOS (SBR rating D+) complaint has been filed. On March 5th a player deposited €460 to his BetDOS account via Moneybookers. The amount credited to the player was instead $460, subsequent emails to BetDOS requesting the currency to be corrected have went unanswered. SBR is investigating.
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A BetDOS (SBR rating D+) player reports being slow paid €1382 for two months. In the last month SBR has reported three slowpay complaints levied against BetDOS. In total six players are owed €6790 with the earliest payment request made on December 10th.
A BetDOS (SBR rating D+) slowpay has been reported. The BetDOS player funded his account in November of 2009 with €50. After completing a ten-time rollover, he requested payment in January for €200. He was then told that due to an ''ownership change'' he would be required to complete a one-time rollover before withdrawing his funds. BetDOS has forced other players that have written in with slowpay complaints to do the same. After completing the additional rollover of his funds, the player requested payment once again on January 25th. The player has still not received his €200 withdrawal after one month. SBR will speak with BetDOS to inquire on the status of this payout, and the five others which have been reported to SBR for a combined €5408 in player debt.
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The BetDOS (SBR rating D+) player from SBR's February 2nd & 9th reports has confirmed payment. BetDOS sent $500 to the player via cash transfer this morning. In total SBR has five outstanding slowpay complaints against BetDOS with $5408 owed players. The earliest payment was requested on December 10th.
On January 15th a BetDOS (SBR rating D+) player requested a $500 Moneygram payment, this was after being forced to rollover his balance once more after an alleged ownership change. BetDOS waffled in providing a clear payment timeline to the player, yet on the morning of Money February 8th assured him that due to his continued patience he would be sent a cash transfer that day with fees waived. The player spoke to GM Mark Roberts and CS manager 'Tina'. After noon passed live chat was taken offline. The player waited all night and no Western Union notice was delivered to him. His $500 remains outstanding. In total SBR has received six slowpay complaints against BetDOS. BetDOS has $5908 in player debt with the earliest payment request made on December 10th.
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Two new BetDOS (SBR rating D+) slowpay complaints have been received. One player requested a $500 Moneygram on January 15th and has yet to receive his funds. The second player initiated a payout request on January 12th for $1567 via Moneybookers. BetDOS customer service has cited an absent manager as the reason for payment delays.
BetDOS CS: [quote]The problem is that before he was in the office every day, and now he's away and not logged in enough.[/quote]
In total SBR has recorded six outstanding slowpay complaints against BetDOS. $5908 is owed to players with the oldest requested initiated on December 10th.
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A fourth BetDOS (SBR rating D+) slowpay complaint has been reported. On December 18th a player requested €400. BetDOS has not provided a timeline for his withdrawal request. In total BetDOS has four outstanding slowpay complaints totaling *$3841 in owed player funds. The payouts were reqeusted December 10th, 18th, and January 4th, 12th.
-+€400 converted to $556 per exchange rate
Player comments: [quote]I have an account with BETDOS and waiting for payout for 1 month. I have requested it 12-18-2009 for €400[/quote]
BetMonte (SBR rating D+) and BetDos (SBR rating D+) have both accumulated payout complaints this month. The Costa Rica based sportsbooks operate on the same platform. SBR has confirmed that one log-in works at both places. BetMonte has owed a player $7,064 since October 15th. BetDos has recently rejected three payouts totaling $3285 citing that an ownership change is forcing all players to complete a one-time rollover of their funds. SBR asks that players who have payout complaints against either brand file a sportsbook complaint form. | View BetMonte complaint; BetDos complaint.
Three BetDos (SBR rating D+) slow pays have been received totaling $3285. The funds were requested on December 10th, January 4th, and January 12th. BetDos has stated to players that the sportsboook transferred to new ownership on January 15th and due to this all balance holders must complete a one-time rollover of their account balance before submitting a payout request. There has been no official statement or press release notating any ownership change at BetDos. The Costa Rica based sportsbook does not have a published phone number.
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BetDos (SBR rating D+) reduced three winning wagers to $50 each citing its anti-syndicate rule. A player placed three bets between October 7th and 8th winning a total of $2243. After the events were settled, BetDos made the reductions. BetDos agreed to allow SBR to review all facts surrounding the case. BetDos stated that there were eight players making the same bets at the same time. Bet Dos had other remedies - including lowering limits, closing
accounts, and even canceling wagers prior to the event if players were
coordinating to exceed limits. BetDos agreed to reinstate the player's
winnings on SBR's recommendation.
02.07.2009 (11:30 PM CST)
BetDOS upgraded from D- to D+
BetDos was identified as a sportsbook using turnkey service provider MXA Systems in March. Shortly after discussing their rating with Sportsbook Review and learning more about Max, the owner of MXA and the scams he has been involved in, BetDOS reported moving to BLR software and their own server and database. Max was the host, and in some cases owner, of scam books such as DunHill Casino (SBR rating F), Atlantisbets (SBR rating F), BetBones (SBR rating F) and PremiumBettor (SBR rating F).
BetDOS enters SBR rating guide at D-
BetDos is serviced by "Max," who formerly hosted and serviced scam sportsbooks AtlantisBets and DunHillCasino, and owned and operated BetBones and Premiumbettor. Max now uses his resources to service new sportsbooks--one being BetFirstClass (SBR rating D). BetFirstClass ownership was unaware of BetDos but the sportsbooks share the same IP address and database server. A username from one of the sportsbooks will also work on the other book's website. BetDos has not yet answered SBR's inquiries. As with all new turnkey sportsbooks, BetDos should be avoided.