Triobet player limited to $3 per bet with bonus rollover pending
A Triobet Sportsbook player has filed a complaint with SBR against the betting site.
The dispute is centered around the player having his sports picks limited to $3 after accepting a cash bonus. More often than not, the enforcement of wagering limit reduction is less than ideal as players are left trying to meet an exceedingly high number of bets to fulfill the requirements.
In this case, the player was credited with an initial deposit bonus of $20.
He won his first bet and immediately has the wagering limit of $3 per play applied. He was allegedly advised that he should place his wagers on "more popular" events, but has claimed that this miniscule wagering limit is in place for major sports as well.
Sportsbook Review is following up with Triobet to discuss the complaint.
SBR reported on August 6 that Triobet addresssed a complaint which saw a player have his account closed and €140 in winnings denied.
Triobet provided the following reason:
"We reserve the right to decline a new customer or close an account without having to give a reason for doing so."
Triobet was unwilling to further address the betting dispute.
Triobet players in need of assistance should submit a sportsbook complaint.