Sportsbook news results for the search term: globet
03.19.2013 (06:59 PM CST)
Sportsbook Review.com provides an SBR Industry News update for Tuesday, March 19th, 2013. One of the topics mentioned in today's show is a recent Globet Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) payout complaint involving a player that has waited more than one month for a €1,293 payout. SBR is awaiting comment from Globet management.
11.10.2012 (07:11 PM CST)
A Globet Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) player submits a payout complaint. The player claims that he has attempted to request payment for over €300 for two weeks, and has been unsuccessful. Globet players have reported of poor customer service, though the sportsbook has addressed claims with SBR. SBR is following up and will update as this player receives payment.
10.01.2012 (07:11 PM CST)
A Globet (SBR rating D+) player tells SBR that a €500 payout requested in mid-August has yet to be received. The payment was scheduled to be made to the player's Skrill/Moneybookers account. The player alleges that he has only received generic updates from the sportsbook. SBR is following up on this payout complaint.
09.18.2012 (07:09 PM CST)
In today's SBR Industry News video, SBR analysts Natalie Rydström and dispute manager Justin7 discuss the following: the recent upgrading of Sportsbetting.com (now .ag) following the BetOnline Group crediting over $30,000 to players who were cheated by old ownership, a Globet Sportsbook payout complaint, and two Betfair payout issues.
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09.17.2012 (08:16 PM CST)
A Globet Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) betting dispute has been filed. A player opened an account with Globet one month ago, receiving a €100 sports bonus. The player states that he has been unable to attempt rollover, as Globet rejects all of his bets, even those under €5. The player claims his account with Globet was verified.
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09.14.2012 (07:35 PM CST)
A Globet Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) player submits a payout complaint. The player tells SBR that he requested a €2,339 payout over forty days ago and has yet to receive payment. The player has unsuccessfully attempted to receive an update on his withdrawal status from Globet support. SBR is following up on this sportsbook complaint.
11.08.2010 (08:36 AM CST)
Globet Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) is currently off-line. Globet tells SBR that they are facing a technical outage and are working to restore access to the site. Players can reach Globet customer service by dialing +44-20-8246-4802.
09.10.2010 (01:09 PM CST)
Globet (SBR rating D+) player reports payment. On July 29th, SBR reported that a Globet player had yet to receive payment from a May 28th withdrawal request. The player asked to receive £1,190 to his Moneybookers account. After providing Globet with proof of ID, he was given no update on his payment inquiries.
Globet player: [quote]Well 11 weeks later I finally received my funds 15 mins ago via Moneybookers from Globet. Thank you for your help[/quote]
08.27.2010 (11:45 PM CST)
A Globet (SBR rating D+) player has filed a sportsbook complaint. On July 14th he asked for a withdrawal of €1488.50 via Moneybookers, and has yet to receive his funds. This is the second Globet withdrawal complaint reported in August. Globet has not yet discussed the cases with SBR.
08.18.2010 (03:23 PM CST)
Globet (SBR rating D+) has addressed SBR's August 10th sportsbook report. Globet claims that the player who asked for a withdrawal of €260.92 via Moneybookers on July 30th has not provided all required ID documents to confirm his account. In his initial e-mail to SBR, the player claimed that he submitted ID to Globet.
08.10.2010 (05:48 PM CST)
After SBR's 8/9 Globet update, a player wrote in indicating that he requested a withdrawal of €260.92 two weeks ago, and has not been communicated by Globet. SBR is following up.
08.09.2010 (02:59 PM CST)
The Globet (SBR rating D+) player from SBR's July 6th slow-pay report has confirmed payment. The player initially contacted SBR indicating that he had not been paid from a July 6th Moneybookers withdrawal request for $1,000. Players who have payout issues with Globet are asked to write SBR via sportsbook complaint form.
07.29.2010 (01:18 PM CST)
On May 28th, a GloBet (SBR rating D+) player requested a withdrawal of £1,190 to his Moneybookers account. His payout has yet to be filled. The same day the player asked for his funds, Globet replied that he must provide proof of age. After sending his passport, no further response was given by Globet. The player has attempted contact throughout July inquiring on the status of his payout, and has been told only generic remarks. This is consistent with the second Globet payout complaint on file with SBR; which Globet has still yet to comment on. SBR will update this report.
On July 6th, SBR reported that a player requested payment of €1000 to Moneybookers. This withdrawal is still pending. | Read full Globet report
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07.22.2010 (04:02 PM CST)
A Globet (SBR rating D+) player has written in stating that he requested a €1000 Moneybookers payment on July 6th. In subsequent attempts to inquire about his payout requests to Globet, the player was given only generic replies that his payout would be processed as soon as possible. SBR is following up with Globet.
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06.24.2010 (11:39 AM CST)
A Globet (SBR rating D+) payout complaint has been reported. On April 27th a player requested €293 via bank wire, and has not received payment. In an e-mail to the player dated May 21st, Globet only stated that he would receive payment as soon as possible. SBR is following up with Globet.
06.07.2010 (10:18 AM CST)
A Globet (SBR rating D+) bonus complaint has been filed. In February of 2010, a German player deposited €100 and accepted a bonus offer of 100%. After making the required number of bets to release his bonus, Globet stated that players from Germany are no longer allowed to operate accounts, and denied crediting the bonus. Globet closed the player's account and has yet to return his deposit. SBR is investigating the bonus complaint.
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05.26.2010 (09:41 AM CST)
A Globet Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) complaint was received. On May 16th a player requested a withdrawal via Moneybookers for €244; after growing impatient the player canceled the withdrawal request and submitted another for a lesser amount. Players with feedback on Globet and payment times are encouraged to write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
05.30.2009 (10:36 AM CST)
Globet Sport (SBR rating D+) pays player for canceled MLB wager.
05.30.2009 (12:11 AM CST)
Globet Sport (SBR rating D+) wrongly cancels a player's winning 10 Euro wager on the Boston Red Sox after the game was completed. The book initially told the player his wager was past-posted, even though it was made six hours before the May 28th game between Boston and Minnesota began. The book accidentally applied the start-time of the wrong game from a previous day when canceling the player's winning wager. When the player pointed out the book's error, GlobetSport refused to fix the problem, citing rule 4.2: "Globet reserves the right to refuse the whole or any part of any bet request for any reason". SBR is attempting to contact management on behalf of the player.
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03.04.2008 (11:10 PM CST)
Globet (SBR rating D+) to open new book, GlobetSport. GlobetSport will use WagerPlayer
software and be based in Gibraltor, while Globet's office and server resides in the United Kingdom. Globet will use its new book to target players in locations it would not be able to pursue under its UK license. Globet
players have recently complained of unfair bookmaking practices. SBR initiates rating coverage at D-.
11.15.2007 (04:23 PM CST)
The sportsbook is known for holding wager orders until after the sporting event is over. The practice is most common with bets placed in the late evening. Globet requires that all wagers are manually confirmed before the player officially has a bet and claims its staff is sometimes unable to confirm all wagers before the office closes each day. This leaves players wondering if their wager on early morning games are active. Globet has the obvious advantage of accepting or denying the wager after the game has started or finished. The book does not employ a night staff.
Player: I also had the problem with late hours bet when they accepted the next morning when the bet had already lost!!!They replied to me that i should have send them a message (via their site) before the start of the game and request to cancel the bet!
08.20.2007 (05:30 PM CST)
Globet sportsbook requires all wagers to be manually confirmed by its lines staff before the player officially has action. Globet has been known to accept losing bets well after the events are finished. Players need to be aware that if they place a wager after business hours, when sportsbook services are closed, the book may take the opportunity to accept wagers that have already lost the previous night or early that morning.
Player: I placed a bet last week at Globet for £100 and they said it was conditionally accepted - meaning it was referred to a trader to authorise it. The bet wasn't accepted until the next day when it had already lost. I think it is only fair to have a decision whether to accept the bet before the match! Interestingly they say the bet can be cancelled by sending a message or calling during office hours. Since there would be no-one there at 23:30 at night no-one would have been contactable till they'd already accepted the losing wager the next day. Also they have quite happily admitted to accepting a losing wager after the event. This is totally unacceptable for me. This is their stance:
Globet: Thank you for your message. Please note that bets placed during closing time and conditionally accepted will be examined the morning a
05.13.2006 (01:19 PM CST)
Globet <A class=ab href="http://sbr.sportsbookreview.com/Search/default.aspx?Search=Globet&Area=Site&Submit=Home">Globet</A> downgraded from C- to D+
05.13.2006 (11:39 AM CST)
Globet (SBR rating D+) choosing to confirm or cancel wagers on morning games that have already begun or concluded. The sportsbook requires that all wagers be manually confirmed by its staff before becoming official. Players who have wagered on morning events during the previous evening found that wagers may be validated only after the result is known. This process is responsible for a steady flow of negative feedback from Globet clients. Globet advises players who feel this process is unfair not to wager after business hours when wagering is out of the office. Globet has been downgraded from C- to D+ due to variety of wagering complaints.
04.11.2006 (06:27 PM CST)
Globet(SBR rating C-) ignores its listed rule (9.2) stating that soccer matches suspended before the 90th minute will be "deemed void", graded as no action. The sportsbook has graded a player’s wager on a soccer match suspended in the 76th minute a loss, stating that the Argentinean Federation considers the match official. Players should be able to have confidence that the sportsbook’s printed rules will stand.