Sportsbook news results for the search term: playwepay
18.06.2007 Bet911 (SBR rating D+)
promises $1000 to slow-paid player
by week's end. SBR will continue to monitor bet911 and sister book, PlayWePay (SBR rating D+)
10.06.2007 Bet911 (SBR rating D+) defaults on $1000 payment plan; cites new management
| Read more
Bet911 tells player that his most recent withdrawal request was canceled due to a software upgrade and future payments will be capped at $500. The sportsbook has paid $5,500 of $10,700 to the player and had promised to send $1000 per week which it is unable to do. Bet911 is a sister sportsbook of PlayWePay.
Bet911: After reviewing your profile, your total balance with our company is $10682, out of all this the overall is -$7682 for us. By the behavior of your account we promise to get the funds payout, you have stopped playing with us already and should not worry about loosing the funds with us since we will pay you on a timely matter and the amounts we will handle for your payouts will be $500.
Last week the sportsbook paid a user his final payment totaling approximately 25% of his balance, refusing to pay the remainder. The player initially accepted a generous offer that PWP would cover his balance from defunct sportsbook, BetCasinoSports (SBR rating F). The only stipulation was a 7x rollover which was changed to 10x when the wagering requirement was nearly finished. The bettor went on to win $15,310 for a total of $28,080. PlayWePay has sent a total of only $6,885. The bettor states that he suffered further losses by accepting the PWP offer since he would have earned the winnings with a different sportsbook.
not honoring ’BetCasinoSports bailout’ terms. The bettor received a free account balance as part of a bail-out package for BetCasinoSports (SBR rating F) users and went on to win an additional $15,310. PlayWePay has increased the rollover requirement and is limiting the amount the player will receive to $6,885. SBR has received multiple complaints from players with other sportsbooks who were offered "relief" after being a victim of a fallen book, only to see the ’rescuing’ sportsbook fail to pay. Sports-Gambling (SBR rating D) received positive press for coming to the rescue of SunsetSports (SBR rating F-) victims but later deleted winning accounts.
player reports the book is unable to fill his $2,500 Neteller withdrawal request receiving $880 after waiting one week. PWP confirmed that the request would be fulfilled in three installments.
5/10/2006 (10:16:55 PM) UPDATE: Player receives final payment and corrects initial report saying he has waited one week and not two for the first installment as per PWP’s log.
02.10.2005 (08:42 PM CST)
PlayWePay - SBR initiates coverage at D+
SBR has confirmed that PlayWePay (not rated) has paid out $5,000 to a former BetCasinoSports (SBR rating F-) client, with more players close to meeting the seven time roll-over that was part of the"bailout" terms. During BCS’ short existence, players had not been able to withdraw more than a few hundred dollars at a time. BCS victims can find more information about PlayWePay’s offer here.
BetCasinoSports (SBR rating F-) players begin testing what appears to be a bailout offer from PlayWePay (not rated). SBR will continue to monitor the progress of these arrangements.
BetCasinoSports (SBR rating F-) shutting down website. The group of thieves that has stolen from players under the sportsbook name BringMeLuck (SBR rating F-) has decided their newest scam has run its course. BetCasinoSports is no longer pretending to be a sportsbook and the website is expected to come off-line soon.
PlayWePay (not rated) to bailout BCS customers with 7x roll-over? PayWePlay General Manager tells SBR that they have their phone number displayed on the BCS website so players can take advantage of their bailout offer. SBR can not yet verify that this offer is legitimate, but it appears to be the only option available to BCS players. SBR is in the process of assessing PWP and is currently checking the references of PWP management. PlayWePay can be reached at 1-800-284-8195.