Sportsbook Review

EasyStreet targeting former BetJamaica, Greek, BetEd, VIP customers

By: | Wednesday, August 3, 2011


EasyStreet (SBR rating D) is sending promo emails to players offering a 35% cash signup bonus. While the email is titled "Attention all Greek and BetJamaica Clients", the opening lines also address former BetEd, Nine.com and VIP Sports players. EasyStreet's promo mailer states that the sportsbook has no intent of leaving the US market.

Prior to each football season, all online sportsbooks begin to pump up their marketing and bonuses in an attempt to retain or reel in customer business for the coming pigskin year. Players are advised to avoid lowly rated sportsbooks with histories of unfairly dealing with players. In addition to the already established sportsbooks, many fly-by night scam attempts are made by rogue operators in possession of industry mailing lists. While EasyStreet Sports is not designated as a blacklisted sportsbook, its poor rating is largely attributed to the theft of $46,000 from a winning casino player accused of robot play. | EasyStreet spams former sportsbook players


EasyStreet promo email:

Attention all Greek and BetJamaica Clients

Get 35% CASH bonus on your 1st deposit! EZStreetSports.com offers relief to frustrated gamblers.
To all former players of the Greek, BetJamaica, BetEd, Nine, VIP or any book that has recently closed the door on US players.

We would like to make one thing perfectly clear to the gambling public. We will continue to service all player accounts from the US and elsewhere, today and for years to come. Anyone who has been affected by recent closures or changes in policy at their sportsbook is welcome to open an account with EZStreet and enjoy the benefits of the most player friendly book on the web.

• ALL CASH BONUSES
• Same day payouts - FREE on Tuesday
• Superior & Personalized Customer Service
• Use Campaign Source - "Email"

Call Today and discover what thousands of satisfied clients already know, EZstreetsports.com is a solid out for all recreational gamblers.


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