BILL DOZER QA
"What if I could show you how to bulldoze the SCAM sportsbooks, and eliminate all unnecessary risks — would you be excited?"
Posted on The Prescription April 22, 2004 01:28 PM
"I started using BetonUSA.com back in March for the NCAA tourney. I got up 150 bucks and decided to walk away. I called the customer service center and requested a check around the middle of March. On the 20th I still hadn't received my check so…(23 days later) On April 12th I contacted Bill Dozer from sportsbookreview.com. He went to bat for me and contacted them that day. I kept in touch with him every few days and on April 20th he convinced them to do a neteller deposit so I could received my money. On April 21st I had the money in my account. The next day I received a check from BetonUSA.com. The date on the check was 4-19-04. They had lied the entire time. I want to thank Mr. Dozer for his hard work and also let everyone know that BetonUSA.com is not a site that I would recommend they lie and deceive their customers. Do not use them!"
From Bill Dozer
Friday, April 16, 2004, 3:57pm
Let’s face it, online gambling is still in its infancy stage. Granted it’s a long ways from the days of monopolizing local bookies. But even today, when you are betting online, you are still taking a gamble in more ways than one. That’s right, I’m talking about SCAM sportsbooks.
Scambooks are Sportsbooks that have experienced one or more of these problems:
- bonus scams
- financial collapse (bankruptcy)
- licensed to operate an online casino
- payout problems
- company problems
- hosted in the U.S. (which is illegal)
You see, when I started laying my hard earned cash on the line, there were very few resources to direct me to a quality betting operation. I found my books by typing in domain names relevant to gaming. If the site looked like all the bases were covered, I’d deposit my money and start playing.
After a few wins in a row and a long shot parlay later, my balance went from under 100 dollars to hovering well over 1000. I decided it was time to cash in my chips and smell the real money.
I’ll bet you can guess what happened next.
Six months later I didn’t have anything more than a chip on my shoulder. I suffered through hours of terrible customer service and received a crash course in Spanish. Although I did eventually find a fraction of my funds in my mailbox, the hassle was enough to make me think twice about where I would send my money in the future.
That experience marked the end of taking uncalculated risks on online sportsbooks and the beginning of many years as an offshore sportsbook watch-dog and players advocate.
Today, my reputation as a player advocate has allowed me to mediate many disputes in which a fair outcome has often been the result. I offer both the player and the institution an educated, objective and honest assessment of any questionable situation.
So that’s why I’ve joined the SportsBookReview.com (SBR) team - to reach an even higher platform. SBR is the undisputed industry leader in identifying scam sportsbooks.
With SBR, I have the opportunity to show even more players:
- The truth about online sports gambling.
- What every player must know.
- The insider secrets that scambooks don’t want you to know.
- How to avoid the mistakes most players make.
- 10 of the top sportsbooks on the Internet and why.
- How to avoid scambooks.
- How I mediate disputes with scambooks so you get your situation resolved faster.
You really can’t afford to gamble on an online Sportsbook! Don’t you think you owe it to yourself to get all the information you need to move on this incredible opportunity and play at the best online sportsbooks?
To your success,
P.S. One more thing I almost forgot to mention – if you’re in the middle of a dispute with a Sportsbook – contact me with any questions you may have.
P.S.S. You can lose a lot of money at a scambook. But you can’t lose when you learn from my experience in the offshore industry.