Isle of Man Gambling Commission acknowledges Bet2Be complaints
Sportsbook Review recently reported on betting site Bet2Be (SBR rating D) and the 25 slow-pay complaints on file. Players are owed roughly $30,000. SBR analysts followed up with the Gambling Supervision Commission in Isle of Man to discuss the complaints.
Gambling Supervision Commission:
"The GSC is aware of the issue and I can confirm that we are in dialogue with the operator, Joint Sports Betting Ltd.
Isle of Man law requires that players' funds be held in trust for players in a separate bank account so there is no danger that players money won't be available to withdraw notwithstanding any back office issues that may occur from time to time."
Sportsbook Review has pressed the commission to expand on its dialogue with Bet2Be and the slow-pay complaints filed.
The oldest slow-pay complaint against Bet2Be is $4972 outstanding since August 25. Bet2Be has accused the player of operating multiple accounts, a charge he adamantly denies.
Sportsbook Review has received a mix of complaints from Bet2Be players — wagering disputes, payout complaints, as well as privacy concerns from users who reported that Bet2Be requested "proof of tax payments", an unheard of request that the betting site has still yet to go on record over despite many requests from SBR.
Bet2Be players in need of assistance are encouraged to submit a sportsbook complaint.