Unibet player reports winnings confiscation
A Unibet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint alleging that his winnings were confiscated. The player has told SBR that his account was blocked with his balance at €1186. Unibet asked for ID documents which he then provided, however, after receipt of his documents Unibet refunded his initial deposit of €621. The player has not received an answer.
Unibet player: "I become new customer of Unibet. I did many bets and my account balance raised to 1186 euros. Unibet blocked my betting account and requested documents for routine account check. I sent all needed documents. They accepted my documents, and after 3 days Unibet paid back to me only 621 euros. I want to receive payment for the rest 565 euros! I wrote several e-mails asking them why they paid my only 621 euros. I did not receive answer from them since my last question about the payment."
SBR reported on a similar Unibet dispute on April 15th.
SBR is following up with Unibet and will update this report.
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