Sportsbook news results for the search term: oklahomasportsbetting
OklahomaSportsBetting (SBR rating F+) and sister sportsbook SportsbettingLines (SBR rating F+) continue to use stall tactics when players request substantial withdrawals via FedEx. The latest slow-pay complaint comes from a Sportsbettinglines customer who has been waiting for a $3,000 check since late October. SBL has refused to offer a tracking number, yet has concluded that the check was stolen before it reached the player. The player has waited over two months for Sportsbettinglines to finish its “bank investigation” so that the funds can again be credited to his playing account.
Player reporting OklahomaSportsBetting (SBR rating D-) slow paying $8,400 for over three weeks. The player claims OSB never delivered his cashiers check via Fed Ex. Oklahoma states they are working with their bank to find out if the check has been cashed, but now they refuse to give the package tracking number to SBR or the player. SBR will follow this situation closely.
24.04.2004 (05:15 PM CST)
OklahomaSportsBetting initiated at D
Refusing so far to take SBR phone calls or respond to SBR emails - Book runs a very high risk business model - At this point, SBR knows of no other bookmaker or anyone else in the industry that will vouch for them - Players funds at this operation could be at higher risk than the current SBR rating of D would indicate.
24.04.2004 (09:05 AM CST)
007Sportsbetting OklahomaSportsBetting coverage initiated at D