Sportsbook news results for the search term: diamond sportsbook
Bookmaker (SBR rating A+) and Diamond Sportsbook (SBR rating A+) are performing a quick upgrade which will cause the sites to be down for approximately 45 to 60 minutes. No phone wagering or mirror site access will be possible during this period. Management tells SBR it is routine software maintenance.
A Jazz Sportsbook (SBR rating C) slow-pay complaint has been reported. On August 20th a player asked for a withdrawal of $1855. He received $500 later that week, and has not received any indication from Jazz on when his remaining $1355 would be paid. Jazz also owes $4456 to a player that received a $4000 transfer to Diamond Sportsbook earlier this month. Jazz has shown an inability to service winning players with timely payouts, and was downgraded to the mark of C on June 1st as a result.
Jazz Sportsbook (SBR rating C) has sent sportsbook transfers to two players in the last month who were being slow-paid their funds. The 1st player received a $4917 transfer to Pinnacle Sports (SBR rating A+). Player 2 received a $4000 transfer to Diamond Sportsbook (SBR rating A+). Jazz is currently slow-paying two large winners over $100,000. The Jazz manager responsible for authorizing payouts was reportedly "on vacation" when SBR called to speak with him this week.
Jazz player: [quote]So (Jazz) tells me yesterday to call back Tuesday for instructions on the payment. I call today and (the manager's) on vacation until next week. Unbelievable.[/quote]
SBR Sportsbook Tours: View photos of BetPhoenix (SBR rating B) here. The sportsbook is located in a two floor complex near the airport in San Jose, Costa Rica. SBR toured the impressive facility, which is partly under construction, last week. BetPhoenix shares ownership with Diamond Sportsbook (SBR rating A+). Diamond is located in the Bookmaker (SBR rating A+) building, also in San Jose, Costa Rica.
BetUS (SBR rating D) takes imposter website playdsi.com off-line. The website copied a version of the real Diamond Sportsbook (SBR rating A) which uses the url betdsi.eu. SBR is optimistic that this is a sign the company is moving in a positive and more professional direction. New COO, Kevin King is addressing the final payout complaint from an SBR reader owed $14,000.
take copy-cat site, PlayDSI.com off-line. PlayDSI impersonates A- rated Diamond Sportsbook International (betdsi.eu). The website was tailor made to look like the real DSI, which has since removed its diamond graphic and now lists the brand name simply as, Diamond Sportsbook. BetUs management tells SBR that this is what is left from previous marketing teams and will be removed shortly. Last year the BetUs marketing department removed blog-style websites that linked words such as "Bill Dozer" and "SportsbookReview" to the sportsbook’s website.
BetUs attempting to use the reputation of SBR Recommended sportsbook Diamond Sports International / DSI (SBR rating A-) to trick new players into joining their operation. PlayDSI.com is a site owned and operated by the BetUs Group, also known as Little Nasa, which is made to look like the original Diamond Sportsbook complete with a stolen DSI logo and graphics. The phone number on the DSI-ripoff site leads players to the BetUs call center.
Diamond Sports International (SBR rating B-) absorbs sister site GetMoreSports (SBR rating B-). All accounts and balances have been transferred to Diamond Sportsbook.