EasyStreet Player Burned by Scam Sportsbook Files Complaint
A former EasyStreet Sports (SBR rating F) player has filed a complaint with SBR against the defunct online sportsbook.
The player was looking to get back into his account to make some wagers for the upcoming football season, and realized that EasyStreet Sports unceremoniously pulled the plug on their operation.
He wrote the following in his e-mail to Sportsbook Review:
EasyStreet Sports player: "Was unaware of shutting down the website. Have money in account I would like to get. "
The player is one of a batch of users who did not receive their closing balance from the online sportsbook.
While the amount of funds outstanding is unknown, given that the sportsbook was never considered by players as a top betting site and did little promotion, SBR estimates that at least 25 players were stiffed by EasyStreet.
The biggest no-pay of all was the $46,000 which scam sportsbook EasyStreet did not pay to a winning casino player who had the misfortune of going on a historic Jacks or Better run at their website. SBR reported extensively on the case, but management would not budge: the contention of the sportsbook was that the player was using a robot to play his hands.
Players who were scammed by EasyStreet should file a sportsbook complaint.