Sportsbook news results for the search term: platinumsb
02.04.2013 (11:33 AM CST)
The PlatinumSB.com (SBR rating D+) website has been shut down following the approval of a court order issued by the Attorney General's office of Ontario, Canada. The website PlatinumSB.com was reportedly controlled by several individuals operating from the Thornhill area. A search warrant was executed at a gambling event held at Le Perc Banquet Hall, where several arrests were made.
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06.30.2009 (09:34 PM CST)
Bet2Win is a sister sportsbook of DonCarbone Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) and PlatinumSB (SBR rating D+). Each sportsbook shares the same marketing, wagering and customer service departments. SBR is currently speaking to Bet2Win management about revisiting a confiscation complaint from 2006 by a third sportsbook label in the group, BetWho (SBR rating D+). The operation is located in Costa Rica and uses DGS sportsbook software.
07.28.2008 (09:47 PM CST) Don Carbone Sportsbook (also known as DCSC.com
) enters the SBR Rating Guide at D+
Don Carbone is a Costa Rica-based sportsbook using ASI software
and reduced juice
lines. DCSC.com is indexed as a sister book of BetWho (SBR rating D+)
and PlatinumSB (SBR rating D+).
11.05.2007 (09:34 PM CST)
PlatinumSB lowered from C- to D+
06.29.2004 (05:20 PM CST)
PlatinumSB coverage initiated at D-
06.29.2004 (05:08 PM CST)
employs former owners of now defunct Apex Sportsbook to run internet marketing department. PlatinumSB.com is planning to open to all post up players in mid July dealing -105 lines. They vow to pay all players who were granted an Apex bailout but only after 30 day hold and 3x roll over. SBR expresses concern over post up inexperience and the employment of Apex stiffs.
06.23.2004 (03:09 PM CST)
APEX Sportsbook (SBR rating F-) closing its doors. Robbie, the owner, is moving “square" players to PlatinumSB.com where he has a commission loss sheet. He is also applying a rollover to their funds. Robbie also states that he has access to player funds but is using it for other sportsbook marketing endeavors. Larger players will likely not see their funds past any bailout possibilities. Robbie calls this "a career choice" and admits he would not be doing this if players could physically reach him.