Unibet Sportsbook complaint still open after 10 months
In February, Sportsbook Review reported that a Unibet (SBR rating C-) player had €200 confiscated for unclear circumstances.
Unibet informed the player of a section in their small-print that essentially empowers the sportsbook to not provide any explanation whatsoever if it decides to confiscate player winnings. The dispute remains outstanding.
Unibet Sportsbook rule:
"Unibet reserves the right, at its own discretion, at all times, to: Decline to open a Unibet Account and/or to close an existing Unibet Account, without any explanation whatsoever; Forfeit and/or confiscate funds available on a Unibet Account and/or refuse to honour a claim, in the event that, directly or indirectly, the Unibet Rules have been violated and/or other unauthorised activities have occurred in connection with a betting event and/or the operation of a Unibet Account. This is subject to any of the said events being in connection with the Unibet Account and/or the claim in question;"
Sportsbook Review advised the player to launch his complaint with the Lotteries and Gaming Authority (LGA) of Malta.
Sportsbook Review encourages Unibet Sportsbook players with feedback to write to SBR at email@example.com.