ZenitBet Sportsbook Scam Alert: 31 Players Owed since May
Slow-pay complaint number 31 has been submitted from a ZenitBet player.
He has been waiting for a €200 withdrawal since May 20, 2015.
Sportsbook Review blacklisted ZenitBet after more than two dozen slow-pay complaints were received, lowering its rating from D to D- on August 26.
The online sportsbook, which is located in Russia, has been in business since 2007.
ZenitBet has not responded to Sportsbook Review on any of the recent payout complaints. Some players have been told by ZenitBet that they are undergoing a 30 business day "trial" or investigation into their betting history before a decision will be made to pay them. In other words, ZenitBet is picking and choosing who to pay or looking for offenses to confiscate balances.
ZenitBet is part of the worst sportsbook blacklist and is to be avoided at all costs. No sportsbook bonus or free bet is worth having your funds in limbo for several months from a bookmaker who is showing every intention not to pay.
Players who require assistance with the scam sports betting website are asked to submit a sportsbook complaint form in the event that the bookmaker starts paying again.