A WagerWeb (SBR rating D-) player reports receiving $2,500 of a $5,000 withdrawal request on Thursday, July 7th. The player tells Sportsbook Review that he has currently unable to arrange for payment for the rest of his balance. WagerWeb has allegedly offered to send another portion of the funds owed to the player.
WagerWeb is currently on SBR's sportsbook blacklist with a rating of D-. | WagerWeb player speaks out
WagerWeb player: Wagerweb,
I am done arguing over the phone over this matter. As I told you last night. Wagerweb's proposal of sending $1500 and keeping my $1000 till the money was sent back was NOT accepted by me in ANY form. I told you I would like an email with Wagerweb's offer in writing. You replied you will work on that. You did not do that!... and 16 hours later this has NOT been fulfilled. Dan left a message saying that my withdrawal is beyond declined and that $1500 will be sent. No!, that is not how business is ran in ANY FASHION and is unacceptable! No more offers will be made via the phone. I respect that you want out of this situation and thats fine. The only deal now is I want my $2500 minus $65 for a cashier's heck. Plain and Simple. I wanted to continue to do business with you and this relationship has been scarred. I have kept outside parties from involving themsleves in hopes of completing this in a timely manner and moving on with the business at hand. I gave Wagerweb 7 weeks without any pressure from me or any outside party, and you guys to screw that up. Time is money and I want my money!
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