BetMayor Sportsbook and $51,000 Dispute Remain Pending
Sportsbook Review has yet to receive confirmation that a single BetMayor (SBR rating F) player has been paid since the sports betting website was allegedly acquired by Media-Tech Inc in a deal that allegedly included the operation of four other operations.
The biggest outstanding complaint pending is the casino winner who had $51,000 confiscated after profiting by playing blackjack.
The player was told that he is a professional and thus his play was in breach of the betting site terms and conditions. The claim was made to sound ridiculous when it was revealed that the sportsbook's casino software reshuffles after each hand, making card counting impossible.
Sportsbook Review reported that the confiscation triggered memories of similar scams enforced by fellow blacklisted site Oddsmaker (SBR rating F).
The latest update from BetMayor management came approximately three weeks ago when the General Manager of BetMayor claimed that the casino winner and all others would be paid after the acquisition is finalized.
No time-frame was given from the online sportsbook.
BetMayor remains on the SBR blacklist.