EasyStreet abandons payout plan, says player
An Easystreet Sports (SBR rating D-) payout complaint has been filed.
A player had his account closed in October of 2013 with a $15,000 balance.
The player was told that his funds would be distributed via payment plan at $700 a week. He reported that originally the payouts came through as promised, before they came to a screeching halt.
His last payout for $700 was received on October 28, 2014.
He maintains a balance of $5,490. Easystreet reportedly has thrown everything but the kitchen sink at him in terms of excuses, or so he says - Easter holiday, earthquakes, processor issues, are among the issues which caused to the suspension of his payments.
When the player called the published number for Easystreet, he was told that the only way to contact Easystreet was by email. Additionally, he held a $7,000 balance with online sportsbook 7Red Sports (SBR rating F), a book which was run out of the Easystreet facility and shared wagering, CS, and IT support. SBR did report in February 2012 however that Easystreet did not stand for 7Red players funds.
Easystreet was downgraded to D- on March 2, 2015. The online sportsbook had maintained a rating of D for their infamous handling of the casino winner's dispute where a player had $46,000 won from Video Poker Jacks or Better confiscated on the grounds that he used a robot to complete his play.
Sportsbook Review has followed up with Easystreet to discuss this latest payout complaint.