Sportsbook news results for the search term: mvpsportsbook
07.08.2006 (04:35 PM CST)
BOS’ newly acquired sportsbooks, and former VO-Group properties, BeverlyHillsBookie.com, VirtualSportsbookInternational.com and VirtualBookmaker.com are scheduled to move clients to MVPSportsbook (SBR rating D) tomorrow. PopularPoker-Sportsbook will consolidate its bettors under PlayersSuperbook (SBR rating D). Players may find they are locked out of their account for an extended period, as is the case with sister books, RockIslandSports (SBR rating D) and BettorsTrust (SBR rating D). These websites have been off-line since July 2nd for "routine maintenance."
05.11.2006 (06:39 PM CST)
Player experiences improved service from MVPSportsbook (SBR rating C+) after move to the BetonSports facility completed last month.
"Hello. I do not need any assistance but want to relate my experience with mvpsportsbook.com
2 days after the Superbowl this year I decided to withdraw a good portion of my winnings- it was very frustrating as it had to be processed by phone and Accounting was always away or too busy to take the call- it took a good portion of a week to get a withdraw processed
By contrast yesterday I decided to withdraw funds, and they now process the withdraw request on-line and it was in my account exactly when they said it would be there- within a day- very pleased with the turn- around"
03.11.2006 (12:37 PM CST)
The VO Group including MVPsportsbook(SBR rating C) and V-Wager(SBR rating C) experiencing technical difficulties as it moves into the BetOnSports(SBR rating C) building. BetOnSports purchased the VO Group at the close of 2005. Players report missing pending wagers from their account history as well as slight delays with withdrawals. The sportsbook tells SBR that players may call for a complete record of their active plays and states that the migration should be complete by the end of next week.