Sportsbook news results for the search term: superbook
A Superbook.com (SBR rating D-) player tells Sportsbook Review that he asked for an $1,800 withdrawal on July 10th, 2011, and a $650 withdrawal on July 20th, 2011. Neither of the players requests have been paid by the Sportsbook.com skin, Superbook.com. SBR is following up on this sportsbook complaint.
Sportsbook.com recently made SBR's front-page online sportsbook news section for their cancelation of $7,030 in winnings from a player that had requested exclusion from Sports.com months prior. Sportsbook.com management has yet to address that complaint with SBR dispute analyst "Justin7". Sportsbook.com has a long history of unethical and unjust confiscations of winning players, the most noteworthy of such negative adjustments was the voiding of more than seven figures worth of "correlated parlay" winnings. Sportsbook.com's software accepted wagers that the sportsbook said violated house rules, and the sportsbook adjusted the balances of winning players after the bets were both accepted and grading, leading to their placement on the SBR sportsbook blacklist at D-.
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Superbook (SBR rating D-) has voided $515 in player winnings. On October 30th, a player funded Superbook (a member of the Jazette sportsbook family) for the first time with a $200 deposit via Moneybookers. A day later the player increased his balance to $715. On October 31st Superbook closed the account and refunded only the player's $200 deposit. Superbook management has stated that there was a high risk associated with the player. Superbook declined to disclose what the risk was but did state that it had nothing to do with the wagers submitted.
Superbook management: [quote]Our concern was not related to the wagers he submitted. I will not share the details as to what we believe was the high risk associated to this account or others. I have nothing further to discuss regarding this issue.
We have the right to refuse any account and it's unfortunate that we cannot always do that before they sign up, deposit and place a wager although we do our best to do so within 24 hours. [/quote]
30.12.2007 Win4Real (SBR rating C-) credits player for funds confiscated in June
$791 was initially stolen by the Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D-)
operation's customer service, which managed Win4Real player accounts as it does with most of the sportsbooks it hosts under Jazette Enterprises Ltd
. Ownership has has since employed its own processing and customer service department.
Win4real (SBR rating D+) confiscates player's winnings citing multiple accounts within the Sportsbook.com family. The player, who also holds an account at SuperBook (SBR rating D+), claims $791 was taken from his balance. win4real and the Sportsbook.com
Group (Jazette Enterprises Limited) does not prohibit players from using multiple accounts in its large family of sportsbooks. SBR will contact win4real on the player's behalf.
19.10.2007 (08:42 PM CST)
PlayersSuperBook <a class=ab href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/sbr/superbook">Superbook</a> downgraded from D+ to D-
Win4real (SBR rating D+) confiscates player's winnings citing multiple accounts within the Sportsbook.com family. The player, who also holds an account at SuperBook (SBR rating D+), claims $791 was taken from his balance. Win4Real and the Sportsbook.com Group (Jazette Enterprises Limited) does not prohibit players from using multiple accounts in its large family of sportsbooks. SBR will contact Win4Real on the player's behalf.
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BetOnUSA (SBR rating D-) and sister books acquired by Jazette Enterprises Limited (D+ rated Sportsbook.com). Sportsbook management tells SBR the BetOnUSA Group (Empire Entertainment Ltd) was purchased last month. All customer service and accounting is now directed to the Sportsbook building in Costa Rica. The purchase brings Sportsbetting.com (SBR rating D-) back to the company and gives Jazette ownership of the World Gaming software code.
JEL states that it will look into no-pay claims against BetOnUSA, including the latest from a player waiting four months for $1,000.16. JEL sportsbooks also have their own no-pay complaints pending. During the migration of SportingbetUSA (SBR rating D+) last October to Jel-owned SuperBook (SBR rating D+) some accounts, balances and pending wagers were lost.
Sportingbet (SBR rating D+) and SportingbetUSA (SBR rating D+) users complain of deleted pending future wagers. Prior to Sportingbet transferring account balances to Superbook.com, some bettors reported disappearing pending bets. While management has agreed to reinstate wagers for many of these account holders at sister sportsbooks, reports of canceled bets continue. Players who have had a pending wager canceled at a former Sportingbet property are invited to contact SBR.
Sportingbet (SBR rating D+) closes site and redirects players to sister website, Superbook (SBR rating D+). Non-US players are unable to log in at Superbook but should find their account by logging in at Sports.com (SBR rating D+).
BOS’ newly acquired sportsbooks, and former VO-Group properties, BeverlyHillsBookie.com, VirtualSportsbookInternational.com and VirtualBookmaker.com are scheduled to move clients to MVPSportsbook (SBR rating D) tomorrow. PopularPoker-Sportsbook will consolidate its bettors under PlayersSuperbook (SBR rating D). Players may find they are locked out of their account for an extended period, as is the case with sister books, RockIslandSports (SBR rating D) and BettorsTrust (SBR rating D). These websites have been off-line since July 2nd for "routine maintenance."
15.09.2001 (12:57 PM CST)
PlayersSuperBook - Black List placement affirmed
25.08.2001 (12:54 PM CST)
PlayersSuperBook The Superbook -Downgraded to the Black List ( moving to Costa Rica - customer service in terrible disarray)
18.07.2001 (12:08 PM CST)
PlayersSuperBook The Superbook - Downgraded - Removed from the Recommended List