Sportsbook news results for the search term: tipico
10.22.2012 (07:42 PM CST)
A Tipico Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player submits a betting dispute. In late September 2012, the player wagered a seven team parlay, consisting of MLB games. The first six legs won and the seventh was postponed a day. The player claims that the leg was not voided as he expected it to be, but instead rolled into the next day.
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09.03.2012 (03:28 PM CST)
Tipico Sportsbook upgraded from C- to C
05.23.2012 (05:07 PM CST)
Online gaming businesses Bwin, Bet365, Tipico, and BetAtHome are the latest companies to be licenced in Schleswig-Holstein. The sports betting licence is valid for six years. On May 5th, SBR reported on the first three companies to be licenced in Schlewswig-Holstein; Jaxx (myBet), Betfair, and Nordwest Lotto.
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05.13.2012 (06:49 PM CST)
A Tipico (SBR rating C-) player submits an account dispute. The player states that he has been refused his winnings on the grounds of being unable to provide a banking statement in English. The player, a native Russian, claims that his institution is unable to satisfy this request. SBR is examining the facts of this dispute and will update this sportsbook report. On May 8th, SBR reported the resolution of a €195 winnings dispute involving Tipico.
05.07.2012 (07:08 PM CST)
On May 3rd, 2012, SBR reported that Tipico (SBR rating C-) confiscated €195 in winnings from a player. The player told SBR that his ID was approved, but that allegations of money laundering led to the closure of his account. The player reached out to SBR asking for help after being unable to resolve the matter himself. SBR followed up with Tipico, who stated that it was a misunderstanding and that whilst the book decided to close the player's account, it never intended to not pay the account winnings. SBR considers this dispute closed.
05.03.2012 (08:32 PM CST)
A Tipico (SBR rating C-) player states that €195 in winnings were confiscated. The player's ID was marked as approved; but an allegation of possible money laundering was cited as a reason for voiding his play. The player asked SBR for help, and has denied the allegations put forth by Tipico. Tipico.com is a Malta-based sportsbook which has held an LGA license since 2005.
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04.17.2012 (08:22 PM CST)
Tipico upgraded from D+ to C-
10.27.2011 (01:37 AM CST)
Tipico upgraded from D- to D+
10.26.2011 (11:29 PM CST)
Tipico Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) has restored the account of the player that SBR reported on October 17th. Tipico Sportsbook originally confiscated the player's €2,000 balance on the grounds of 'organised betting', or collaboration with other accounts to circumvent wagering limits. Though Tipico felt its evidence of player wrongdoing was strong, after discussion with SBR Tipico conceded that there was slight gray area surrounding the player's account and that because of that the player would be given the benefit of the doubt. Tipico discussed at length new procedures it is taking to combat limit circumvention and bolster its risk and fraud management, as well as their hiring of personnel to assist in this capacity. With the resolution of this complaint, Tipico Sportsook has no outstanding claims. Tipico Sportsbok's rating has been adjusted from D- to D+.
10.17.2011 (06:59 PM CST)
Tipico - SBR initiates rating coverage at D-
10.17.2011 (05:38 PM CST)
A Tipico (SBR rating D-) player reports that a €2,000 balance has been confiscated. The Tipico player tells SBR that he opened his account on October 5th, 2010 and began wagering as normal. After three months of successful play, the player reports that his maximum wager size was lowered to €99. He continued to play, withdrawing through Moneybookers every so often even with the imposed wagering limit.
The player reports that exactly one year after opening his account, he received a letter that his account was being closed on the grounds of "organised betting", or syndicate play - a charge the player denies. | Tipico Sportsbook letter to player
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02.24.2011 (11:12 PM CST)
A complaint against Tipico Sportsbook (unrated) has been reported. A player contacted SBR stating that after a week of playing with Tipico, his account was disabled with a balance of €3,300. Tipico sent the following cryptic message to the account holder:| Tipico complaint
Tipico Sportsbook: [quote]Tipico reserves the right to close an existing account without providing a reason. In such an event the customer will receive notification of the remaining balance on the account. The betting customer shall be excluded forthwith in the case of fraud or attempted fraud especially when placing a bet.[/quote]
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04.05.2010 (07:03 PM CST)
A Tipico (unrated) sportsbook complaint has been received. On March 21st a player funded €100 to Tipico and received a bonus of €100. After increasing his balance to €1000 the player asked for a withdrawal. Tipico then requested that he provide ID documents including a copy of the credit card used, ID, and a utility bill. Tipico discovered that the player provided a different utility bill than the one registered to his ID card. The player was reluctant to provide his home address to allegedly prevent his parents from finding out about his activity. The player then supplied his actual utility bill showing his correct address; however Tipico closed the account citing their terms of service. SBR is investigating the complaint.
02.04.2010 (03:17 PM CST)
A Tipico (unrated) sportsbook player has filed a slowpay complaint. On January 24th the player requested a €950 bankwire. According to Tipico's website, bankwires normally take between 3 to 7 business days. | View SBR sportsbooks ratings guide