Sportsbook news results for the search term: internationalallsports
07.17.2011 (11:06 AM CST)
An InternationalAllSports (IASBet, SBR rating C) complaint has been received. A player tells SBR that he has been owed a balance of approximately €800 for more than twelve months. The player claims that IASBet no longer accepts bettors from Romania--his country of residence-- and that in light of this, he has been put through the ringer to verify his identity. The player says he provided a copy of his credit card, a bank statement, birth certificate and national ID card in addition to paying for some of the documents to be notarized. Sportsbook Review is following up on this account complaint.
05.01.2011 (04:40 PM CST)
InternationalAllSports (SBR rating B) and Sportsbet.com.au (SBR rating B+) have withdrawn from the Canadian market. Sportsbet.com.au explained the decision in a generic letter to players. | Sportsbet.com.au statement
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01.11.2010 (07:56 AM CST)
On 12/9 SBR reported that IASbet.com (SBR rating B) closed a player's account and refunded a €4,000 deposit to Moneybookers. Moneybookers subsequently returned the deposit to IASbet after also closing his account. InternationalAllSports refused to send the withdrawal to any other payment method except Moneybookers, which was the source of deposit. SBR launched an inquiry with Moneybookers, the account was then reinstated. IASbet then returned the €4,000 balance to Moneybookers. | View initial IASbet report
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12.09.2009 (06:12 PM CST)
On September 5th, IASbet (SBR rating B) closed a player's account and refunded a €4,000 deposit to Moneybookers. International All Sports claimed the player wagered in 'shared environments' and refused to elaborate further. The player reported today that Moneybookers closed his account and cancelled all transactions of the last 6 weeks. €4,000 was returned to IASBet.com. SBR will investigate into what caused the once deposited funds to be credited back to the sportsbook.
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09.30.2009 (04:56 PM CST)
Seven years ago Canbet broke into the top ten SBR recommended list of online sportsbooks. The Australia based operation had been a long-time member of the Top 20 list, widely regarded among off-shore bettors as a solid out that was worthy of being on any player’s short list. Canbet reached a rating as high as A-, earned on May 14th 2005. They maintained that mark impressively for four years.
Then everything changed. Bonus terms were retroactively changed, payouts were delayed, accounts were confiscated, and even winning wagers were canceled. Following IASbet's sale of Canbet on May 13th 2009 to Yin King Investments Ltd., Canbet has only continued its slide of poor management and player relations.
Here are some of the more disturbing unresolved complaints against Canbet. | View full report (written by Lou Moretti)
May 22nd 2009: Canbet cancels 27 correlated NCAA football parlays
Canbet cancels 27 correlated NCAAF parlays the day after the bets were correctly settled in players account. Canbet maintains their software has never accepted correlated parlays where the pointspread exceeds 33% of the total, stating the string of bets were accepted due to ''operator error''. Canbet management has stated that they believe the player was aware of this as he proceeded to bet more than his average stake size and also deposit in larger amounts to take advantage of these plays. | View more here
Canbet’s posted rules on correlated players actually make an argument on the player’s behalf:
Canbet:[quote]Any multiple made up of more than one selection from the same event will be deemed a related contingency. i.e. Alan Shearer to score 1st & Newcastle Utd to win; Denver -7.5 pts and Denver to win the game. The only exception to the above is in North American sports where sides and totals can make up a multiple bet. "[/quote]
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09.29.2009 (11:51 AM CST)
On September 22nd SBR reported that InternationalAllSports (SBR rating B) had closed a player's account while an investigation was being conducted. The player had a balance of €5,000 at the time his account was disabled. Today IASbet has addressed SBR with their stance concerning the player.
IASbet:[quote]1. This player has multiple accounts linked to him via shared environments which is against our standard policies
2. He is part of an Austrian syndicate with 3 or more linked parameters including the betting patterns
3. They have not used the bonus in the spirit it was awarded and therefore we do have the right to remove the bonus and any winnings associated to it as contested funds
4. Documents received from one of the linked accounts were rejected as being suspicious
5. Our terms also state that a player will forfeit his entire bonus if he initiates a withdrawal before the bonus turnover is met. In this instance that is what the player tried to do and his withdrawal was rejected.
In light of this we have opted to refund his entire deposit amount of €4000.00 and remove the bonus including winnings associated with this.[/quote]
IASbet has refused to provide specific evidence supporting any of their assertions to protect screening techniques. The player has adamantly denied any wrongdoing.
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09.26.2009 (01:53 PM CST)
InternationalAllSports (SBR rating B) has closed a player's account and confiscated winnings for what they claim was "bonus abuse". The player adamantly denies the misuse of any bonus and his requests for support from IASbet have went unanswered. The player has provided a timeline to SportsbookReview which states the following order of events:
• June 21st: The player requests 495€ withdrawal. The player is asked to provide 100 points of ID. The player sends 110 points.
• July 2nd: They need copy of the card, player complies.
• July 3rd: Player asked to send bank account #, IBAM and Swift, player obliges.
• July 13th: Player is refunded 30€.
• July 22nd: Player is refunded 30€.
• July 29th: Player is informed account was closed and deposits returned.
The player's deposit was only 30€ and he was refunded this amount twice in two seperate transactions prior to being informed the account was closed. SBR will seek to reach management to discuss this. This is the second account closure case levied against InternationalAllSports in the past week.
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09.22.2009 (04:11 PM CST)
InternationalAllSports (SBR rating B), also referred to as IASbet, has closed a player's account pending the outcome of an investigation. The player had been wagering at IASbet for three months before making his first withdrawal request. At the time of his request the player also sent in his identificaton. Shortly thereafter IASbet closed the account, which had a balance of more than €5,000. IASbet provided no details to the player other than that his account was under investigation and that they would not elaborate on anything further.
SBR will update this report after communicating with IASbet.
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09.02.2007 (11:55 PM CST)
Coral (SBR rating A-) adds notice that it will now grade all cricket bets that it has not offered a price for the tie or draw as no-action (voided wager).
GamblersPalace (SBR rating C) & Skytower (SBR rating C) states that it reserves the right to require users to leave bonus and deposited funds in the account for 30 days before withdrawing.
BetOnline (SBR rating A-) adds statement regarding the voiding of winnings from free-play wagers where the bettor bets on both sides of the same game.
IASbet (SBR rating B) revamps rules pages. IAS players are advised to review this page here for information relevant to his or her betting habits.
InstantActionSports (SBR rating C-) changes house limits.
BetUSA (SBR rating D+) changed rules on season win totals for NCAAF from 11 regular season games to 12 regular season games. Adds rule for baseball props regarding if a game
07.09.2007 (02:12 PM CST) SBR’s Sports Betting Rules Monitor records changes at four sportsbooksCanbet (SBR rating A-) adds stricter bonus terms
Canbet now requires signup and reload bonus requirements to be met within 90 days or they will be revoked.
11.21.2006 (07:00 AM CST)
Canbet (SBR rating A-) and IASbet, also known as InternationalAllSports (SBR rating B) will stop servicing players residing in the USA at the end of this month, citing the Safe Port Act. International All Sports Ltd, an Australian publicly traded company and the parent company of Canbet, follows other public gaming companies who either sold to private ownership groups or refocused on non-US clients. Both websites invite players to withdraw their balances prior to the close of the month.
10.17.2005 (11:56 PM CST)
SwapBets (SBR rating B-) acquires Maltese license and plans to relaunch website in the next few weeks. The exchange and sportsbook had paid all players before closing its door for over one year for reorganization. The book is partly owned by InternationalAllSports (SBR rating B).