Sportsbook news results for the search term: logans
06.25.2011 (05:46 PM CST)
Logans (SBR rating D+) is in the process of closing its doors. As of last week, players began to see notices that Logans would no longer accept wagers from customers in their region. Logans asked players with balances to go through the withdrawal process by Friday, June 24th. | Logans statement
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08.08.2008 (07:34 AM CST)
Logans upgrade from D- to D+ reflects potential for independent decision making. The sportsbook, which is managed and hosted by Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D-), tells SBR that it has its own email address for players to use when a dispute arises. Logans management also said it would be open to revisiting the decisions made by Sportsbook.com's team. Logan's management suggested it would have reversed decisions the Sportsbook.com Group made against players in the past, prior to its launch. Logans is a new Sportsbook.com-hosted brand that uses the turnkey operation's banking and processing. Players at Sportsbook.com turnkey serviced sportsbooks including Logans are susceptible to the long payout delays due to processing. Some players are currently waiting almost four months.
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08.07.2008 (07:29 PM CST)
Logans <a class=ab href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/sbr/logans">Logans</a> upgraded from D- to D+
05.14.2008 (10:16 PM CST)
Logans <span id=ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_GridView1_ctl02_Label1><span id=ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_GridView1_ctl06_Label1>Logans - SBR initiates rating coverage at D-</span></span>
05.14.2008 (09:41 PM CST)
Logans enters the SBR rating guide at D-
. Logans is the second Sportsbook.com
-hosted sportsbook to enter the SBR rating guide this week. Logans is advertising the same $10 free bet promotion that other Sportsbook.com serviced books are offering. As is the case with other brands, it does not mention that the use of the promotion is prohibited when it has been accepted at other seemingly independent sportsbook.com licensees. The group has labeled the used of multiple bonuses at their different books as abuse and confiscated player funds from winning accounts.