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Update: TitanBet has credited the player with an additional €5 to allow him to satisfy the minimum cashout. The exception was made as the player's account is closed.
A TitanBet Sportsbook (SBR rating B) player has filed a complaint. The player signed up for TitanBet recently and has claimed that after a single bet his wagering limits were slashed. Rather than bet for €1 per game, the player requested to be paid his balance. He was told that he is unable to make a payout request because his balance is less than €20. His account was then closed. | Read TitanBet complaint
Sportsbook Review has interviewed Pinnacle Sports (SBR rating A+) on the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao super-fight May 2 in Las Vegas. Interview topics include Pinnacle's current and planned wagering limits on the fight, offering live betting for the fight, the prop betting markets to come, and much more. | Read the interview
Sportsbook Review reported one week ago on a Tipico betting dispute. The player claimed to have made five successful wagers with Tipico before his account access was suspended. He was asked to send his ID, a photo of himself holding the ID, and a utility bill. After doing so, the decision to suspend the account was made permanent and the balance of €1,115 went unpaid. | Tipico addresses complaint
Two new GR88 Sportsbook (SBR rating D) complaints have been submitted by players. The first player has claimed that €4,094 was confiscated from him because he bet on similar events as other players. He detailed that these confiscations are widespread and detailed on a Polish bonus hunting forum, where arbers and other bonus chasers hang out to exchange offers. | GR88 Complaints Roll In
Popular anonymous cryptocurrency bitcoin is trading at $268. This is up $11 from where bitcoin was trading approximately one month ago. Prior to this, some investors were panicked as bitcoin dropped below $200. Some positive news surfaced recently when the latest crop of established online sportsbooks added BTC to their cashier.
The UFC Betting Directory has been updated with all of the bouts from the March 21 card. Sports bettors looking to lock in the best bang for their buck can navigate by the best sportsbook odds by prop type. Players looking to bet with a new sportsbook should also take into the account the cash or freeplay bonus offered by betting site.
Opening round of the NCAA tournament concluded with day 2 holding a little more to form than the madness that was day one. While online sportsbook bettors had to sweat several close games decided late in the second half, there were no major upsets to match the UABs and Georgia States of opening day. | NCAAB Round 2 Betting Rundown
Sportsbook Review news host Natalie provides a recap of the recent news that broke on the SBR newswire which saw Pinnacle Sportsbook (SBR rating A+) receive a gaming license by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). The online sportsbook, known for its reduced juice pricing and large wagering limits, is also licensed in Curacao. | View original report
Dashbet Sportsbook has addressed the player complaint reported on March 19. SBR followed up with Dashbet to inquire on when the player, who requested €1,500 more than one month ago, would be paid. Dashbet would not get into the specifics of why this player as well as a crop of many others are being slow-paid, but did acknowledge SBR. | See what Dashbet said
Day one of the 2015 NCAA tournament was brutal for players. That being said, it is the player who carefully hunts for bonuses and allocates his bankroll strategically rather than compulsively who is most likely still in the game. A famous poker player once said, "you can only win what you ante up", and no one knows that better than sports bettors dealing with the bounce of a ball. | How to Find the Best Bonus
With the opening of the 2015 NCAA Tournament underway Thursday and several upsets already in the books it’s time to move on to day two. 18 lined games are scheduled to tip off today in the men's college basketball tournaments, beginning with 15 seed New Mexico State Aggies taking on the 2 seed Kansas Jayhawks at 12:15 ET. | Betting Rundown
Pinnacle Sports (SBR rating A+) has received a gaming license by the Malta Gaming Authorita (MGA). This news comes just two weeks after SBR reported that Pinnacle Sports announced new ownership. Pinnacle has told SBR that their focus is on continued entry into additional global markets, specifically Asia. | Read Pinnacle Sports' CEO statement
A BoyleSports player has filed a betting complaint against the sportsbook with SBR. The player deposited with the intention of wagering on Belgian horse racing. He loaded his account with €250 and proceeded to place three bets, bringing his overall balance up to €3,150. Within 24 hours, BoyleSports confiscated the player's winnings for a surprising rule. | Why were the funds confiscated?
A Rivalo Sportsbook player has been accused organized syndicate betting. The player's €135 balance was confiscated by the online betting site along with the brief explanation of the decision. The player has pointed out that his account was fully verified with Rivalo at the time of the closure and balance confiscation, and has adamantly denies the accusation of the bookmaker. | What is syndicate betting?
A new Dashbet Sportsbook (SBR rating D) payout complaint has been submitted. A player has stated that he is owed €1,500. He has pointed out that the Dashbet website lists that Neteller payouts should be processed in maximum 48 hours, but his payout request remains outstanding. His complaint is very similar to a string of Dashbet complaints that have surfaced in recent times. | Dashbet Complaint
The opening frame of the 2015 NCAA Men's college basketball championship is less than 90 minutes away. The sportsbook moneyline and total odds markets are fluctuating rapidly as bettors fire down bets on games soon to commence. Sportsbook Review has a free odds monitoring and scores application called SBR Odds which allows bettors to follow the action in real-time. 17 NCAAB games are scheduled to tip off today. | How SBR Odds Can Help Your Bankroll
670 SBR members have enrolled to date in this year's NCAA Bracket Contest. Registration closes at 12:15PM tomorrow. This year's contest boasts a 100,000 betpoints prize-pool to the top 20, and a $200,000 perfect bracket payout. The contest is open to the public; the sole requirement is having a free SBR username to compete. | How to join
A BetSafe Sportsbook player has filed a betting dispute involving an NBA wager. The player wagered €100 on the Under 94.5 for the 1st half yesterday's New York Knicks vs. San Antonio Spurs game at the odds of 1.85 (-117). The wager was accepted. However, right before the game tipped off, BetSafe allegedly voided the bet by citing that the wrong odds were inserted. | Were the odds really wrong?
A GR88 Sportsbook player has filed a complaint against the betting site with SBR. The player has claimed after winning a big bet on Manchester City in the English Premier league, his account was closed and nearly €3,400 in profits deducted from his balance. GR88 advised the player that he had breached their terms and conditions, but provided no other specifics. | Read GR88 Complaint
You might be shocked to learn that Warren Buffet and SBR are not the only entities running bracket contests for March Madness. Online sportsbooks are showing that they too know how to run a contest and have been releasing in-house competitions for their players to enjoy the mayhem and maybe a place along the way, too. This report lists the different bracket contests by sportsbook. | See the Contests
An LSbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint with SBR against the betting site over a privacy concern. The player has claimed that his account is presently suspended with a €15,000 balance, including €5,000 in profit. The standstill occurred when the player refused to provide complete unedited statements of his Skrill activity. | LSbet complaint explained
Betting exchange WBX (SBR rating B) has closed. Players with balances at WBX should log-in and withdraw their funds. WBX posted a notice on their homepage last night making the announcement. The statement explained WBX endeavored to compete with Betfair, but the regulatory climate and rising costs necessitated their closure. | Read statement
Smarkets (SBR rating C) has provided comment on a betting complaint submitted by a user who claimed that his winnings were voided on a market which had €70,000 in matched wagers. Smarkets is a betting exchange, not a traditional online sportsbook, which relies on peer-to-peer action to account for market liquidity. | What happened
SBR originally reported on a wagering dispute filed by a VIPSports.eu (SBR rating D-) player in August 2014. The dispute was covered numerous times in the following months and was only partially resolved in November. In a nutshell, a player wagered $2,000 on the previous NHL Playoffs MVP winner (recipient of Conn Smythe trophy). The wager was accepted but not paid in full. | See Why
A Betin Sportsbook player has filed a dispute with SBR against the betting site. The player has stated that a balance of €524 has not been paid. The player was accused of foul play with his in-play bets. He reportedly had a pattern of placing bets exactly as an event occurred. Betin claims that seven such wagers were made where the outcome was already known. | In-play dispute explained
Sportsbook Review invites users to download the 2015 NCAA men's printable bracket. The format is PDF. Players who wish to simply follow along the progression of the bracket from a betting perspective can bookmark the NCAA Tournament Bracket page on SBR Picks. The deadline of joining the free NCAA Bracket Contest is this Thursday at 12:15PM ET.
A Dashbet Sportsbook (SBR rating D) player has filed a payout complaint against the betting site with SBR. The player has successfully been paid once for a sum of €150 from Dashbet. He maintains a total balance of €2,500, and has a delinquent payout request of €1,500 which he is unsure when he will receive. The player has been reading on the SBR newswire about Dashbet's payout issues. | Dashbet news
Sportsbook Review video hosts Peter Loshak and Megan Rochester are chatting live with SBR handicapper Jordan Sharp and Dake Golokov on the upcoming NCAA men's basketball championship. With Selection Sunday in the books, which teams are expected to upset the odds or perform according to the bookmakers' plans? | Watch the stream
Sportsbook Review's boxing odds on Mayweather vs. Pacquiao shows the moneyline market on the move. The odds at 5Dimes Sportsbook have increased from -200 to -220 on Mayweather, despite bookmaker Pinnacle Sports holding steady (for the moment) at -199. Heritage Sports for example has the line at -215, and the best odds on Pacquiao at +185. | Betting Odds by Sportsbook
A complaint was launched against Unibet Sportsbook nearly one year ago where a player reported that 200 EUR was confiscated. Unibet advised the player of a section of their terms and conditions that essentially empower the sportsbook to take whatever action it deems necessary on player accounts, including confiscating funds. | Unibet complaint
With Selection Sunday looming, online sportsbook odds on the winner's market of the 2015 men's NCAA basketball championship have been taken off the board. Once the match ups are released tomorrow evening, the betting odds are sure to fluctuate like a fickle weighing scale. Sportsbook Review's college basketball championship futures and props page compares and highlights the best betting value for your bankroll. Gamblers looking to get the best of it can shop by lineset and factor in the bookmaking margins shown combined with the value of a given sign up bonus.
Once Selection Sunday is in the books, SBR will make a printable bracket available on the newswire and posting forum. Players not keen on investing their bankroll in the NCAA Madness but who wish to potentially come away with a big score are invited to join the Free NCAA Bracket Contest which has a $200,000 perfect bracket prize and gives away 100,000 betpoints to the top 20. | How to join
A Tipico Sportsbook player has filed a complaint with SBR against the betting site. The player claims to have found success betting with Tipico, winning five consecutive wagers before noticing that he could no longer log-in to his account. He quickly discovered his account had been deactivated, prompting him to contact customer service. | Tipico complaint
A Readytobet Sportsbook player has submitted a bonus dispute. The player stated that he accepted a bonus on February 16, and has already put €1,700 toward his bonus play-through. With €300 in wagers left to complete and just four days to finish the turnover, he has claimed that he was limited to a maximum of €1 per bet. | Bonus Complaint Explained
Sportsbook Review analyst Natalie Rydstrom has released a video news report concerning yesterday's SBR exclusive that reported on the connection between GoBetGo (off-line) and Ball2Win (SBR rating F) sportsbook. Since the publication of the report, SBR has went back and forth with Ball2Win concerning the repayment of GoBetGo users. Ball2Win and GoBetGo shared payment processing, the same betting license, and operations. GoBetGo went off-line without paying any of their players to begin the year, posting a note on their homepage that channeled memories of WSEX and their "sinister" mea culpa. The video report on Ball2Win is embedded below:
A BetPhoenix Sportsbook player has filed a complaint with SBR against the betting site. He has claimed that he requested and was sent a $2,000 cheque payout. However, the post courier lost the cheque in the mail. The player says he was denied when he requested a stop payment be placed on the payout in question. Sportsbook Review is investigating.
A GR88 Sportsbook (SBR rating D) player has filed a complaint with SBR against the betting site. He has claimed that his balance was €4,596 when GR88 confiscated his winnings and closed his account. Like other complaints before him, he has said that the hammer fell after his documents had been approved and he made a withdrawal request. | New GR88 Sportsbook Complaint
Ball2Win Sportsbook has been added to the SBR Blacklist with a rating of F. The betting site is licensed under the same company as now defunct scam sportsbook GoBetGo (SBR rating F), which recently closed without paying any of their players. This report outlines the connection between the two sites and the extreme risk to players funds. | Scam Alert
In such a competitive online sportsbook industry, the first thing a new betting site will do to distinguish itself from rival companies is offer a bigger signup bonus. However, bigger is not always better as many industry veterans will tell you. There are many factors to consider when comparing bonuses. Sound like a lot of work? SBR has already done it for you. | Best Bonuses Page Explained
The InstantActionSports (SBR rating D) player SBR reported originally requested $5,000 via interbook transfer on November 10, and who had a total balance of under $15,000 which required being placed on a payment plan to receive, has been paid in full. The player received several Person to Person (P2P) withdrawals to settle his outstanding balance. | Why it took so long
A Rivalo Sportsbook player has submitted a complaint against the betting site with SBR. The player has had an account with Rivalo for one year, placing what he estimates to be one hundred wagers. He successfully withdrew €1,000 once and received the funds without incident. However, the remaining €500 he held with Rivalo was then confiscated. | Where it all went wrong
A GR88 Sportsbook (SBR rating D) player has filed a complaint against the betting site. The player opened his account in December 2014 and deposited £200, receiving a matching 100% deposit bonus. Before placing a single bet, his account was locked pending the submission of his ID documents. He provided the documents and began placing bets with GR88. | What happened next
Nine days from now marks the opening frame of what has to be at least a million perfect bracket contests. While the odds of hitting a perfect bracket are astronomical - 1 in 9 quintillion according to a report by SBR's Megan Rochester - that doesn't stop sports bettors from trying. If you're the type of bettor who doesn't fancy contests and are looking instead to grow your bankroll the old-fashioned way, through the hard work and sweat of true handicapping, Sportsbook Review has launched a futures and prop betting directory which compares the value of the betting markets setup for the 2015 men's NCAA basketball championship. | Read more about it
Dashbet Sportsbook has commented on an outstanding payout complaint. A player has been waiting over three weeks for a €2,500 payout. He claims to have sent many emails to Dashbet which have went unanswered. He is one of several players who have complained about Dashbet via email and publicly on the SBR forum. | Read Dashbet comment
Occasionally Sportsbook Review receives complaints from players who say their account details were stolen, in some cases by members of family, and the players expect online sportsbooks to reimburse losses they say were not of their doing. After all, the players liken the situation to a credit card being lost and the bank crediting unauthorized card usage. So, are sportsbooks liable? Find out
A BetOwi Sportsbook (SBR rating C-) player has filed a payout complaint against the betting site. The player has claimed $1,000 was deducted from his account on February 9. The payout came with a two week processing time-frame, though the funds have yet to be received. Sportsbook Review is attempting to speak with the sportsbook on his behalf.
Sportsbook Review originally reported February 11 that a Bizonbet Sportsbook player filed a payout complaint. He stated that he requested a $500 withdrawal on the 1st of December. Bizonbet has yet to comment on the complaint with Sportsbook Review; and the player has confirmed he has yet to receive a red cent from Bizonbet. SBR is following up.
An LSbet Sportsbook player has claimed that he deposited €240 and increased his balance to €412. After requesting payment, the player was asked to provide a copy of his ID card and utility bill. He says that after providing these documents, his account was closed without word by LSbet Sportsbook. SBR is following up.
SBR is ready by to assist if you are a player who has a dispute with an online sportsbook. SBR has helped players recover millions of dollars in disputed winnings since 1999. Simply write in with the details of the issue, whether it be a payout, wagering, bonus, or customer service complaint, to email@example.com or submit a sportsbook complaint form.
The sportsbook bonuses guide has been updated. The bonus directory includes free bet (freeplay) and cash bonuses. The bonuses listed on the page are ranked by overall true value - essentially the funds you wager with the bonus toward your rollover. The lower the amount of rollover and higher the bonus, the better value for the player.
A Youwin Sportsbook (SBR rating C+) player has filed a complaint against the betting site with SBR. He claims that his account has been closed without a specific reason given, and that €1,900 of open bets were forfeited. Youwin allegedly told the player that it is their right to close an account per their terms and conditions. | Youwin complaint
Since SBR's report Tuesday of a $2,000 payout complaint, two new disputes have been submitted by Dashbet Sportsbook players. Player one requested €814 one month ago. Player two requested €2,900 on January 23rd and has an additional €2,400 in his betting account. Dashbet players have reported being owed more than €34,000. | Read Dashbet complaints
The lights have officially closed at BetInternet Sportsbook (SBR rating B). Earlier this week, SBR reported that BetInternet's parent company - Webis Holdings Plc, announced on their website that BetInternet would permanently close on March 5. A brief statement detailed that customer service would remain in place for a period of 90 days to assist with player payout inquiries. | BetInternet closure
The price of one bitcoin (BTC) is worth $277 at the close of the business day, March 5.Sportsbook Review has covered the fluctuation of the anonymous cryptocurrency extensively in recent months, as interest has peaked among sports bettors looking for a convenient and easy method of funding their online sportsbook accounts. | Recent movements
TonyBet Sportsbook has reversed course in the bonus dispute reported on twice by SBR. In summary, a player had his bonus rollover agreement changed when he was just shy of completing a 150 bet play-through at the small limit of €7 per wager. Ther player had been limited by the TonyBet risk management department and was forced to race against the clock to finish rollover. | What Happened
A Dashbet Sportsbook player has written SBR for assistance. The player ordered a $2,000 withdrawal on February 9, 2015. He provided SBR with a copy of the transaction ID used to make the payout request. He has also shared that his account was previously fully verified by Dashbet Sportsbook. SBR has contacted the betting site to follow up. | Read previous Dashbet statement
A GR88 Sportsbook (SBR rating D) player has filed a complaint against the betting site with SBR. He opened his account on February 2, 2015, and accepted a 100% bonus with a £100 deposit. After completing the rollover requirement, the player attempted to proceed with his first ever withdrawal. This is where the trouble started for him. | Read the complaint
BetInternet Sportsbook (SBR rating B) is closing its doors after more than ten years of operation. Player balances will be honored according to a statement made by parent company Webis Holdings Plc. The customer service team will be available even after the official closure to provide support and aid with instructing players to withdraw their funds. | Read statement
The line has now dropped 95¢ in the moneyline market for Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. In the 24 hours following the fight being announced by Mayweather on social platform Shots, the market adjusted by 60¢. The best odds for wagering Mayweather are -205 ($205 to win $100) per the boxing props & odds page at SBR, while one sportsbook is offering a 2 to 1 return on Pacquiao.
TonyBet Sportsbook has confirmed the player's timeline from the bonus dispute reported on yesterday. In that complaint, a player detailed that while he was nearly finished with a 150 bet rollover requirement (after having his limits slashed to €7), TonyBet increased his remaining rollover such that he'd have to place another 43 bets ... all within the 60-day bonus expiration date. | TonyBet Complaint
Pinnacle Sports made official today news of their new ownership. SBR has spoken with Pinnacle Sports managers prior to today concerning this announcement and confirmed that it is business as usual for players, however those who have been craving additional Asian and other global markets will soon see an even larger wagering cart. | Read Pinnacle Sports statement
Q: "Dear SBR, with so many online sportsbooks offering NBA odds, where can an average guy go to make sure he's not being ripped off but can get the best value in the market? Many thanks"
-Paul from Montreal
A: Paul, great questions on a couple of fronts. First, before particular line value or bonuses are weighed, you have to make sure you're actually going to be paid your winnings. A sportsbook can dangle all the carrots in the world, but at the end of the day, when it comes time to collect you want to be certain you're getting paid. Just by asking the question shows your head is in the right place. Online sportsbooks rated a minimum of B+ and that have been in business five years or longer should be at the top of your list whether it's wagering NBA, cricket, or volleyball.
To answer the second part of your question, with respect to NBA there is a page called the NBA Betting Futures List. Here you can find the best industry sportsbooks' odds on 2015 NBA season futures, as well as a list to the NBA Prop Bet directory that assesses the line value of traditional game props. Best of luck in your journey.
A Tonybet Sportsbook player has filed a bonus complaint with SBR. The player signed up and received a 50% bonus of €100 after making his initial deposit of €200. He accepted a 20X rollover, meaning that he would have to put €2,200 in play (deposit + bonus) to complete his bonus obligation. However, in the middle of his rollover, he claims to have been limited to €7. | Tonybet complaint explained
10Bet Sportsbook (SBR rating B) management has informed SBR that they are seeking gaming licenses in Italy, Spain, and France. 10Bet presently holds a UK Gambling Commission license. Recent platform changes for players to take note of has been the elimination of deposit and withdrawal fees. SBR has been told that Paypal will soon be implemented into the 10Bet cashier. | 10Bet Changes
An MB24 Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) player has filed a complaint against the betting site. The player's account was closed with a balance of €724. He opened his account in December and sent all of his personally identifying documents one month later. This is where he ran into trouble: He says he was accused of operating multiple accounts, a charge he adamantly denies. | MB24 Complaint
EasyStreet Sportsbook or EzStreetSports as they go by now have been downgraded to D-. Since the widely reported on $46,000 confiscation from a big casino winner, the sportsbook has accumulated a handful of miscellaneous complaints from players involving poor customer service and tardy payouts. Most recently, SBR reported of an outstanding $600 payout dating back to January 5.
The UFC 184 main card is just two and a half hours away. Sports bettors are invited to utilize the UFC 184 Prop Betting list created by Sportsbook Review. The highlight of the evening is the women's main event which sees undefeated Ronda Rousey as a 6.5 to 1 favorite against Cat Zingano.; this line has dropped considerably since opening at 12 to 1. Underdog action on Zingango could in turn trigger support on Olympian athlete Rousey, to stay up to date with these line moves, bookmark the UFC Odds page at SBR. Lines flash red as soon as changes are received, sound alerts may also be configured.
Sportsbook Review reported earlier last week that an LSbet player complained about being limited to €4 maximum wagers just four bets into his deposit. The player took issue with the swift limit because of having to complete an additional €1,000+ in play-through to complete his bonus obligations at such small limits. | LSbet considers SBR's input
Sportsbook Review news host Natalie provides an update on some of the recent items covered in the SBR newswire. Today's video includes a mention of the recent upgrade received by Guts.com to the sportsbook rating of C+. Guts.com was initiated with a rating of C last September and has no meaningful player disputes recorded to date; the sportsbook domain was originally acquired two years prior before then operating as an online casino. The sportsbook and casino is owned by Guts Gaming Limited, which is licensed by the Lotteries & Gaming Authority of Malta. Player feedback on the Guts brand is encouraged.
Natalie then informs viewers that the total of €17,000 in contested winnings by BetAtHome players is a case that remains outstanding. BetAtHome has not yet provided an update to Sportsbook Review on the status of these player complaints.
Finally, sports bettors and handicappers are informed of the creation of the UFC 184 Prop Betting directory, and the potential perks associated with using the Rousey vs. Zingano betting props list.
The sportsbook news video is embedded below:
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Guts.com was added to the SBR sportsbook ratings guide on September 16, 2014. The betting site operated for two years as a casino before launching their sportsbook product near the end of Q1 2014. Headquartered in Malta, the sportsbook is licensed by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA).
Sportsbook Review has received a rather generic update from Dashbet Sportsbook support concerning the recent accumulation of slow-pay complaints reported by users. Most recently, a €2,500 payout complaint was reported on by SBR through the newswire. Dashbet Sportsbook players in need of payout assistance should write to SBR. | Read Dashbet statement
Sportsbook Review poster "JakePeavy21" is leading the pack of posters attempting to qualify for the SBR Poker Championship held on April 25. The winner of that event secures a $10,000 WSOP Main Event buy-in and up to $500 in travel and lodging expenses. All users are invited to participate in the daily tournament satellite series. | How to win a seat
An LSbet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a sportsbook bonus dispute with SBR. The player has reported that he has been limited to a maximum of €4 per bet, despite having €2,220 in remaining rollover (play-through). He has stated that this wagering limit was slapped on him just four bets into his deposit. In situations such as these, the industry standard is for online sportsbooks who wish not to accept a player's action to pay all winnings and prorate the bonus amount based on the percentage of the bonus that has been rolled over to date. SBR has followed up with LSbet Sportsbook to see if they are willing to either do this, or restore the player's wagering limits to an amount more reasonable.
A list of UFC 184 Betting Props have been assembled and posted by Sportsbook Review. The main attraction of the event, both from a sportsbook betting and visual perspective, is the womens bantamweight title fight involving undefeated champion Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano. As of this publication, Rousey is an average 9 to 1 favorite.
The Easystreet Sportsbook (SBR rating D) player who SBR reported on January 5 has yet to be paid. The player has claimed that he requested a $600 payout at the beginning of December. He has $1,882 remaining in his account. The player says that his chat requests have not been answered for several weeks, and that the only service reps he managed to reach via telephone are wagering clerks.
A Dashbet Sportsbook player has submitted a payout complaint against the betting site. The player has claimed that he requested a €2,500 payout through Skrill at the start of the month. He has previously been paid once and his documents are fully verified. Dashbet players with payout feedback are encouraged to write to email@example.com.
Sportsbook Review reported on February 20 that a BetAtHome player had an account with a balance of €13,000 confiscated. BetAtHome has yet to provide an update on the complaint to SBR. Since this report's publication, a new complaint has been filed by a player that alleges similar action was taken to his account. | Latest BetAtHome complaint
Sportsbook Review has released this year's MLB Betting Futures & Props directory. Players can sort by World Series Winner, AL and NL Pennant Winner, potential World Series match ups, division winner markets, and more regular season betting props. Where applicable, Sportsbook Review will bold the best available market line by sportsbook.
A BetRebels player has submitted a bonus dispute with Sportsbook Review. The player registered at the betting site after deciding to accept their 100% sports welcome bonus. The player deposited €100 and wrote to support requesting the bonus credit. BetRebels refused to apply the bonus, citing violation of sportsbook rules. The player denies wrongdoing. | BetRebels bonus complaint
A Dimeline Sports (SBR rating D) player has claimed a $4,000 payment has been pending since December 30. The player has claimed he was told the payout would soon be processed, but that the manager he was dealing with has been unreachable as of late. Spoortsbook Review has followed up with Dimeline Sports for comment.
The 87th Academy Awards commence in less than one hour. Birdman has remained the odds on favorite to nab the Best Picture award, trading at an average of 1 to 2 at online sportsbooks. 5Dimes offers the best price per the SBR Oscar Prop Bets list at -165, meaning a $165 wager returns $100 in profit. A full list of category betting props are available.
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