Sportsbook news results for the search term: bookmaker.com
05.23.2011 (06:03 PM CST)
Bookmaker (SBR rating A+) has changed their domain name to www.Bmaker.ag. The original domain (Bookmaker.com) was seized along with seven other gambling websites—including industry sportsbooks BetDsi.com, Betmaker, and Beted.com—by US authorities pursuing banking violations.
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03.26.2011 (10:45 AM CST)
An SBRforum poster has won a life-changing parlay at Bookmaker Sportsbook (SBR rating A+). The SBRforum poster has agreed to an interview with SBR to discuss his ten team, $139,756 parlay win. The lucky player is also the subject of a celebratory Bookmaker.com press release..... read more.. read more.
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10.01.2010 (11:44 AM CST)
The Bookmaker.com Group (SBR rating A+), which includes Diamond & BetCRIS is currently undergoing website maintenance. Bookmaker has stated to SBR that all sites are expected to be back online shortly. Players can still place bets by telephone by dialing 1-866-924-3712.
UPDATE — Bookmaker is back on-line.
05.16.2010 (04:06 PM CST)
Bookmaker.com (SBR rating A+) is experiencing server related slowdowns. Until normal access is restored, Bookmaker players can place wagers via phone by dialing 1-866-924-3712.
01.08.2010 (08:12 AM CST)
Players at LasPalmas, eHorse, and BetCanadian have confirmed payment. On 12/27 SBR broke the news that the aforementioned Horizon Twenty brands were acquired by Bookmaker.com (SBR rating A+). SBR readers that had filed complaints last year against the LasPalmas Group and its sister sportsbooks have confirmed over $54,000 in payments since the acquisition. Bookmaker's financial security provides security to the LasPalmas brands. LasPalmas, eHorse, and BetCanadian have been upgraded to the mark of B.
Player: [quote]Just to let you know, all the money I had requested from ehorse has been paid. I have a small balance remaining at the site but the $18000 that was requested about 4 months back has now been fully received by bank wire.[/quote]
12.27.2009 (11:57 PM CST)
Bookmaker (SBR rating A+) CEO Mickey Richardson tells SBR that the acquisition of Las Palmas (SBR rating B) and sister sportsbooks has been completed. Las Palmas and its parent company Horizon20 have been a successful brand since 2001 through 2008. At the start of 2009 some players experienced payout delays and SBR readers reported over $120,000 in delinquent payout requests. Those players have already began receiving their funds and are now able to make additional withdrawal requests. Bookmaker also tells SBR that it will keep the brands, which it now fully owns, and bring them to the level of service players expect from a Bookmaker/BetCRIS product. Las Palmas' SBR rating peaked at B in 2008 before its players first reported negative feedback. Bookmaker has acquired many brands that have needed aid over the years. | Full Press Release: Bookmaker announces acquisition of Las Palmas.
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07.28.2009 (10:45 AM CST)
LasPalmas (SBR rating D+) players report being owed over $124,000. The slow-pays began in January of 2009. LasPalmas stated they had processor problems in February after multiple payout complaints surfaced. Players were assured things were fine and told they could expect to receive funds at the beginning of March. At the start of March a few players were sent small payments, but large balance holders were left to wait and continued to be fed generic email responses. The Las Palmas Group, which includes eHorse and eHorse-X, is no longer willing to discuss player complaints with SBR. The largest payment LasPalmas has made this year was via book-to-book transfer of $40,000 on 4/15/09 to a player's Bookmaker.com (SBR rating A+) account. Interbook transfers have since been discontinued as LasPalmas payout delays increase. The largest pending payout is more than $34,000 which SBR reported on 6/17/09.
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06.02.2009 (08:57 PM CST)
Four players report being owed a total of $35,000 since February or earlier. The payout requests were made by both bank wire and bank check. Las Palmas is currently unable to transfer funds from its Bookmaker.com (SBR rating A+) account to the player's as it has in the past. SBR has confirmed that LasPalmas bettors who have made small withdrawal requests after these players received their funds. | Las Palmas Group Sportsbooks
03.26.2009 (12:31 PM CST)
BetJoint (SBR rating C) players moved to Bookmaker (SBR rating A+). Players can log into their account at Bookmaker.com with their normal BetJoint user ID and password. Bookmaker management tells SBR they expect to have the BetJoint website working on their servers shortly. Condition of Bookmaker taking over BetJoint player balances is a 3 time play-through (rollover) of player funds.
03.20.2009 (07:39 AM CST)
On March 6th, eHorse, part of the LasPalmas Group (SBR rating C-), states the player's withdrawal will be processed in two weeks. On March 16th, ehorse stated the player will not have his $40,000 withdrawal as he was initially told. The player is told payment will be delayed until "early April". eHorse concedes that the size of his winnings is playing a role in his place in the queue. Both SBR and the player have asked Las Palmas to show the player good faith and provide a partial withdrawal of the size other players are currently receiving. The player has offered to accept a roll-over following a transfer to Bookmaker.com (SBR rating A+). eHorse declined and alluded to sendng a "partial payment" early next month. The player continues to ask for a portion of his funds to be sent to Bookmaker or via bank wire now and asks for details about how much he will eventually receive and when.
04.24.2008 (06:38 AM CST) Bookmaker (SBR rating A+) testing new wagering interface
Current users can log in and view the platform in beta here
. Bookmaker is encouraging customers to send feedback through the beta site's feedback form.
01.24.2008 (12:23 PM CST)
BetMaker players can use their username and password to access their account at BookMaker. Players will not experience an interruption in service as both books use the same software. CRIS acquired both BetMaker.com and Bookmaker.com in August of 2006.
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08.24.2007 (03:44 PM CST)
BookMaker (SBR rating A+) officially takes over Superiorbook (SBR rating D+) as well as accounts from sister no-pay sportsbook, BetEmpire (SBR rating F). Bookmaker has erased the rollover requirement previously imposed by the internal Empire/Superior "merger." Players now have full acess to wagering and their funds.
Operations Director of Superiorbook and BetEmpire quoted in the Bookmaker press release:
Mr. Jimmy Mason, Operations Director of SuperiorBook.com: I can not stress how pleased I am that Bookmaker.com came to the rescue of our former players. Bookmaker.com has gone above and beyond anything I have seen in this industry and continues to show why they are an A+ operation. My number one concern has been and continues to be the welfare of the players and I can now sleep well at night knowing everyone's funds are safe and they'll now have a much better overall gaming experience.
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08.21.2007 (01:35 PM CST)
Superiorbook.com currently displays a message stating that the book is off-line due to server upgrades. The sportsbook is working on transferring account balances to Bookmaker (SBR rating A+)
. Once an agreement is finalized players can expect to have access to their betting accounts, without any new wagering stipulations, in 24 to 48 hours. Superiorbook must transfer account information from its SportsPulse software to Bookmaker.com. Superior became the last sportsbook to use the proprietary SportsPulse platform after sister site BetEmpire (SBR rating F)
went out of business in June.
05.16.2007 (07:03 PM CST)
BetCRIS.com (SBR rating A+) still experiencing intermittent downtime. Bettors should continue to access their accounts by logging in to sister site, Bookmaker.com or by calling 1-800-290-7951.
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05.11.2007 (11:11 AM CST) BetCRIS (SBR rating A+)
experiencing technical difficulty. Bettors can access their accounts by logging in through Bookmaker.com or by calling 1-800-290-7951. BetCris.com is expected to be functioning normally tomorrow.
02.26.2007 (05:01 PM CST)
BetCRIS (SBR rating A+) to move all U.S. player accounts to CRIS-owned website, Bookmaker.com. Effective tomorrow morning, U.S. players will be redirected to Bookmaker.com upon logging in to their CRIS account. U.S bettors are not expected to experience an interruption in service as both websites operate using the same platform. CRIS acquired the Bookmaker website with the purchase of the BetMaker Group in August of last year. The BetCRIS brand will be used to target the the European market.
Update: Website change for U.S. players rescheduled for Thursday morning.
07.08.2006 (04:35 PM CST)
BOS’ newly acquired sportsbooks, and former VO-Group properties, BeverlyHillsBookie.com, VirtualSportsbookInternational.com and VirtualBookmaker.com are scheduled to move clients to MVPSportsbook (SBR rating D) tomorrow. PopularPoker-Sportsbook will consolidate its bettors under PlayersSuperbook (SBR rating D). Players may find they are locked out of their account for an extended period, as is the case with sister books, RockIslandSports (SBR rating D) and BettorsTrust (SBR rating D). These websites have been off-line since July 2nd for "routine maintenance."