Five BetRevolution complaints on file, SBR Industry News
Sportsbook Review.com provides an SBR Industry News update for Tuesday, July 2. The headline topic of today's show is BetRevolution Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) and their growing number of payment complaints and reports of poor customer service. Five players have now reported being owed over $8,000 from BetRevolution Sportsbook.
SBR reported on April 8 that BetRevolution confiscated $26,908 from winning customers accused of syndicate betting. Syndicate betting refers to a group of players acting in concert to circumvent house limits, though in recent years many offshore sportsbooks have broadened the definition to include merely being linked with another account on some level.
BetRevolution released a public statement through a previous advertising website announcing privileged user details and confirming they would not revisit their decision to seize funds. In what drew the ire of the public, BetRevolution admitted searching the Facebook profiles of the bettors and released skewed wagering stats in an attempt to justify their theft.
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