A 1XBet Sportsbook (SBR rating D) player has filed a sportsbook complaint.The player deposited €500 with the sports betting site and profited €1,730 wagering on two soccer events. He asked for a withdrawal from the sportsbook and was then asked for his ID documents to complete the Know Your Customer (KYC) process
Online sports bettors can compare bonuses from sportsbooks using the guide at Sportsbook Review. Bonuses are listed by category including free play and cash bonuses. The key difference is that free play bonuses do not return the stake amount, whereas cash functions more like deposited funds
A Topbet Sportsbook (SBR rating F) player requested a $2,500 payout on December 13. He has not been paid. The player has called Topbet a number of times since requesting updates on the status of his withdrawal. The sportsbook has only said that they are encountering issues with third-party processors.
The best sportsbooks list contains the top online betting websites as voted by the SBR community. Unlike sportsbooks that are unable to weather alleged processing storms or stick to their advertised processing times, these sportsbooks have run steady businesses and are able to pay on time.
Sportsbooks on the blacklist are known for slow-paying winners and confiscating funds from winning accounts. The sports betting sites shown on the blacklist also include companies that closed after becoming insolvent and defaulting on user balances. SBR encourages players to play only with top rated online sportsbooks.