SBR news anchor Natalie Rydström and dispute mediator Justin7 deliver an SBR Industry News update for Tuesday, October 30th, 2012. In today's show recent topics from the SportsbookReview newswire are discussed, as well as the latest scam alert issued on WSEX Sportsbook (SBR rating F).
SBR has issued another scam alert
on World Sports Exchange Sportsbook. WSEX
is mailing players with deposit bonus offers for the NBA season, despite having nearly one million dollars in reported debt. Some WSEX players have been waiting upwards of two years for their funds. WSEX is part of the SBR scam sportsbook blacklist with a rating of F. The company last made an attempt to bring its debt down in the fall of 2010, when players reported receiving $124,000. WSEX has more than quadrupled its debt since that time.
More than a dozen MooreGames payout complaints have been submitted by users for over €15,000. One player took to SBRforum to describe having a €2,119 balance which has not been paid. MooreGames is also attempting to enforce usual rules, such as not allowing a player to request a cashout for more than 10 times the deposited amount in under 30 days. SBR urges players to avoid MooreGames whilst the payout claims are active. SBR is considering an initial rating for the sportsbook.
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