BetMayor Balances in Limbo: $51K casino winnings dispute pending
Sportsbook Review reported on April 27 that online sports betting website BetMayor (SBR rating F) was acquired by Panama based tech company Media-Tech Inc.
Players were sent notices via email stating that their balances would be honored, though no particulars were given on the status of pending payouts or if the BetMayor balances would be accompanied by a rollover/play-through.
Following the notice to players, it has been suggested by players and a report at the OSGA that a former member of BetMayor customer service has been attempting to poach BetMayor players and even offering to credit balances from owed users.
Offshore sports betting posting forum rumors and innuendo aside, the facts that are not in dispute is that prior to the alleged ownership change of BetMayor, a player had $51,000 in casino winnings voided.
The player was accused of being a professional blackjack player and thus in breach of the sports betting websites terms and conditions; this is despite the casino software reshuffling after each hand, making card counting an exercise of futility.
BetMayor shared the player's betting statistics with Sportsbook Review to support their position, and has remained unwilling to further discuss the details of the complaint.
Since that report was posted, a BetMayor player reported being owed $5,000 for over two months. BetMayor blamed processor problems for the tardy payout and has not responded to any of SBR's emails since the supposed acquisition. SBR has also attempted to get into contact with the officials of Media-Tech Inc; no comment has been given on the status of account balances or the casino winnings dispute.
BetMayor remains on the scam sportsbook blacklist.
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