Casineto (SBR rating F) was added to the SBR Sportsbook Blacklist on October 19th. The small sportsbook had a long history of slow-paying players. Casineto's debt to player stretches back to 2009. Casineto's customer service has addressed the financial problems faced by the small, Costa Rica based sportsbook. Read Casineto response.
Casineto would not directly comment on the 28 payment delays reported by
users. In total, these players are owed over $13,000. One Casineto player has been owed $50 since December of 2009.
Casineto Sportsbook (present day):
We do apologize for the inconveniences! Unfortunately, our company still has financial difficulties and we are working on it. We can assure you that as we solved these financial problems we will pay all of our players. I pass your phone number to the manager. We are grateful for your patience in advance! If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Casineto's vague message means little, since its last message given to Sportsbook Review on December 20th said nearly the same.
Casineto Sportsbook (December of 2010): We are really sorry for the inconveniences caused! Our management are continuously working to solve this financial situation. We can assure you that all of our players will be paid. Thank you for your understanding in advance!
The scam sportsbook continues to take deposits despite not having the ability to pay any of its players. SBRforum's Sportsbook & Industry
subforum readers routinely sound off on Casineto. SBR is hopeful that Casineto players will eventually be bailed out by a larger sportsbook.Players in need of sportsbook assistance are asked to fill out a sportsbook complaint form.
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