Sportsbook news results for the search term: jaguar
07.01.2010 (01:53 PM CST)
BetClic (unrated) is running a "free €40,000, or win a Jaguar!" promotion. The conditions are that players must place X amount of winning bets that are a minimum of €5. BetClic limited the player in first place to €1 wagers, making it impossible for him to maintain his lead in the contest. SBR is attempting to discuss this dispute with BetClic. | Read full Betclic dispute
BetClic player: [quote]But it is obvious the limit is only given to me and only so I can not
win the competition, the account is in a small + of less the 1000 Euros,
and if that was the case they would give a limit allowing me to bet
something like 50 Euros on each game, and that would not be a problem. They
say it is a weekly loosing limit, but I have lost less the 1500 Euros
this week, and I am 100% sure that they do not give all customers that
loos 1500 Euros a loosing limit! So there are no reasons,
apart from the fact that they do not want me to win the Jaguar…[/quote]
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06.27.2006 (02:17 PM CST)
View photos of IGotSports (SBR rating C-) here. The sportsbook is located in a three-floor office building in San Francisco de Calle Blancos, San Jose, Costa Rica. The Operations Manager, Kyle previously held the same position at BetOnSports. IGotSports tells SBR that the primary owner is Brad Mitchell who previously managed Jaguar Sports, although the consensus from IGotGaming employees and industry insiders in Costa Rica is the operation is financed by Gary Kaplan, founder and former owner of BetOnSports.
08.04.2004 (06:03 PM CST)
Jaguar Sports downgraded to D+ after failing to uphold promises to rectify 6 month slow-pay. Jagbet is also taking part in deceptive marketing procedures. Players who join Jagbet are lead to believe that bank checks are a viable withdrawal method. Jagbet does not offer this method though the site states that they do. Jagbet also advertises Neteller as an option to collect winnings. Neteller payouts are limited to the amount of deposit. Winning Jagbet players must unknowingly pay large fees in order to receive their funds.
07.30.2004 (11:33 AM CST)
Multiple players reporting slow-pays from Jaguar Sports (SBR rating C-). SBR has also concluded Jagbet is engaging in deceptive banking procedures.