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On October 25th, SBR reported that Iwager.com (SBR rating D-) of the Sportsbook.Com Group voided a player's casino winnings. In this dispute, the player stated that he deposited $1,000 into Iwager's casino and received a $250 bonus. After meeting the bonus terms, his balance was $4,000. According to the player, Iwager forfeited the winnings without providing an explanation. However, after SBR followed up on the player's behalf, Iwager stated that the player provided needed to provide additional ID documentation and that once he did so two weeks later his account was reopened.
Iwager (SBR rating D-) complaint. In early October, a player deposited $1000 into Iwager's casino, and received a $250 bonus. After meeting the terms of the bonus, he had a balance of $4000. When the player requested a withdrawal, Iwager forfeited his winnings without providing an explanation. Iwager is part of the Sportsbook.com Group. SBR is attempting to discuss this dispute with Iwager.
08.05.2009 Sportsbook.com Group management provides wagering ticket to resolve two month old Iwager (SBR rating D-) dispute.
The sportsbook initially refused
to allow the player or SBR to view the wagering ticket for a deleted winning wager. Iwager claimed the wager was on a betting offer that should have expired when the game began while the player insisted that he wagered on an in-game bet. The wagering ticket shows it was not an in-game bet and was justly canceled by the sportsbook because the bet was placed well after the game was underway.
Iwager (SBR rating D-) cancels player's wagers; blocks account history
The player made winning in-game NBA wagers. Iwager canceled winnings of $3941, claiming the wagers were not for live in-game wagers, but were all past-posted bets that were offered accidentally while the game was taking place. Iwager closed the player's account, and refused to allow the player or SBR to view the wagering ticket which would reveal whether the bet was a past-posted play or a valid in-game bet. Iwager is a licensee of the Sportsbook.com family, Jazette Enterprises Ltd.
OnyxSports, an Evolution Sports Data Processing sportsbook, enters the SBR rating guide at F. Onyx is post-up sportsbook from the same operation that hosted Lazerwager (SBR rating F). BetGES and IwagerBig, also sister books of Lazerwager, have been downgraded from D- to F.
28.09.2008 (03:16 AM CST)
Iwager BetGES & IwagerBig downgraded from D- to F
28.09.2008 (03:16 AM CST)
IWagerBig BetGES & IwagerBig downgraded from D- to F
IWagerBig, a sister book of LazerWager (SBR rating D+) enters the SBR rating guide at D+. IWagerBig is the third post-up sportsbook from GPS Global/Evolution Sports. The first post-up sportsbook from the operation was SexyWagers (SBR rating D), which closed in good standing in November of 2006.
08.02.2008 (07:12 AM CST)
Iwager IWagerBig - SBR initiates rating coverage at D+
08.02.2008 (07:12 AM CST)
IWagerBig - SBR initiates rating coverage at D+
An Iwager user has been unable to redeem $800 since July 28th. Sportingbet customer service tells SBR that the website url owner (webmaster) has closed the account and must reactivate it before payment can be requested. No explanation has been sent to the player.
SportsFanatik (SBR rating D+) sends withdrawal to player via regular mail, adding a two week processing delay to what should have been an instant Neteller transfer. Accounting is unwilling or unable to rectify the error. This SportsFanatik complaint is one of many from Sportingbet Plc players that now reach SBR almost daily. IWager (SBR rating C-), a sister book, is very close to obtaining the same D+ rating. IWager has little control over its poker service, which has frozen yet another player account without valid reason. The player has waited for his funds or an explanation for almost two months.
IWager (SBR rating C-) again freezing player’s account balance for over one month after the player is suspected of "chip dumping" in the poker room. Iwager has not offered a valid reason for freezing the players account and emails have gone unreturned during the past week. The previous player to experience a similar issue was paid after a 2 month wait.
After an account audit that lasted nearly two months, Iwager (SBR rating C-) has agreed to process poker player’s $2,000 payout. The history of this dispute can be viewed here.
relaunches under the brand USsportsbook. IWagerSports originally came online serviced and backed by FirstFidelity (SBR rating B+) but months later became an independent operation using the company name DATISI. The new site, which was designed to look exactly like Bodog (SBR rating A-), has recently listed new bonus limitations to avoid being abused by veteran sports bettors. WagerCanada is also part of the DATISI Group.
IWager (SBR rating C-) poker player continues to wait over 6 weeks for her funds or for any evidence that she violated the house rules. The player is accused of "chip dumping", meaning that Iwager has concluded that she conspired with a 2nd player in an effort to illegally transfer funds between accounts . Iwager management has not taken responsibility for its poker service provider and blames them for this unstructured audit process and the failure to provide evidence of fraudulent play.
Player complains IWager (SBR rating C-) locks account one month to investigate "suspicious poker activity". The player has not been offered evidence of wrong doing or a deadline for when she will learn the fate of her funds. SBR suggests players inquire about their poker room’s audit/dispute procedures prior to anteing up. Poker disputes are on the rise and many players are finding their accounts frozen indefinitely.
14.04.2005 (11:46 PM CST)
Iwager Iwager - SBR initiates coverage at C-
24.01.2005 (11:45 AM CST)
Iwager Iwagersports downgraded from C+ to D
Iwagersports no longer backed by First Fidelity (SBR rating B). Due to this change SBR has downgraded Iwagersports from C+ to D. Iwagersports and sister site Ricasports (SBR rating D) will remain under review as they relaunch their operation with proprietary sportsbook and poker software in the coming weeks.
06.10.2004 (03:35 PM CST)
Iwager IWagerSports - SBR initiates coverage at C+