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Last Updated 08/23/20
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BetCas Sportsbook player reports receiving payout

Sportsbook Review reported recently that online sports betting website BetCas blamed a player for complaining on sports forums and used that as an excuse for not paying him on-time. It appears that BetCas may have simply been toying with the player as he received payment of £6,000 this week to settle his outstanding complaint. BetCas for their part has still refused to communicate with SBR.

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Scam Sportsbook BetCas Blames Victim in Deliberate No-Pay

A BetCas Sportsbook player has forwarded some disturbing correspondence from the presently off-line sportsbook. The player, among nine others who haven’t been paid following the site suspending service, is waiting for a £6,000 payout. BetCas tried shaming the player into believing that he would have been paid had he not spoken out against the sportsbook for their failure to pay.

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BetCas Sportsbook player has €19,500 complaint

A BetCas Sportsbook player has submitted a complaint involving an unpaid €19,500 balance. He has given a detailed account of his history with BetCas to SBR and hopes that progress will be made on his complaint. The dispute is centered around an investigation that was reportedly underway after the player allegedly violated their T&C’s. | BetCas Sportsbook complaint

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BetCas Sportsbook complaint #2 pending

A BetCas Sportsbook player has filed a complaint with SBR against the betting site. The player has stated that his BetCas account was suspended without word. He had previously deposited and withdrawn successfully. Sportsbook Review reported on November 16 that a BetCas player had a €1223 balance up in the air; that complaint is also pending. BetCas (unrated) players with feedback are urged to write to

BetCas Sportsbook player has €1223 balance up in the air

A BetCas Sportsbook player has filed a complaint with SBR. The player’s account was closed two weeks ago and his €1223 balance has remained inaccessible since then. He has sent multiple emails to BetCas without response, and has no idea what he did to trigger the account closure. SBR is investigating this player’s complaint against the betting site. | BetCas complaint

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Enterbet player owed $600 accused of "casino discrepancies"

An Enterbet Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) player has submitted a complaint. The player has claimed that the betting site has owed him $600 since June of 2014, and is now refusing payment on the grounds that there are discrepancies with his play in the casino. He has claimed that Enterbet has not provided an explanation on what the discrepancies are. | Enterbet report

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BetCas Sportsbook vs Player: 3G network leads to IP violations?

A BetCas Sportsbook (unrated) player has submitted a sportsbook complaint. The player claimed to have joined BetCas on 30 June 2014, depositing £500 to open his account and in turn receiving a £420 sportsbook bonus. He tells SBR that he proceeded to wager his play-through requirement largely on the outcome of football fixtures during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Following the completion of his rollover obligation, he put in his first payout request from BetCas on 29 July 2014 asking to withdraw a portion of his then £4,000 balance – this is where things took a turn for the worse. He alleges that BetCas accused him of peculiar browsing patterns and of IP address irregularities. The content of the message he received from BetCas are as follows:
Account Suspended: Dear User,Your account exhibits strange browsing patterns, multiple IP addresses and so on, we can’t verify your identity based on your documents and traffic patterns. Our risk department is currently investigating this matter. We will contact you via email as soon as the check has been completed. In the mean time, we appreciate your patience while the matter is being resolved. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

The player meanwhile has claimed that he often places bets on the go using his phones 3G data network. He has stated he volunteered this information to BetCas Sportsbook, but no subsequent updates have been given and his account has remained suspended since July 29. The complaint is open and Sportsbook Review is investigating.

BetCas Sportsbook vs. Player

A (unrated) player has submitted a complaint. The player tells SBR he registered for the online sportsbook during the 2014 FIFA World Cup and took a 100% match bonus offer up to $500. The player deposited $250 and proceeded to wager throughout the football tournament. After increasing his balance to £3,500, the player ran into difficulty. He says that he fully completed his turnover requirement by the halfway stage of the World Cup and confirmed with BetCas support that he was eligible for withdrawal. First, he tells SBR that he was required to verify his ID with BetCas. The player claims that the only issue he ran into was that his utility bill was not issued in his name; he says that he has no such bill due to his living arrangement. Shortly after supplying his ID, BetCas allegedly suspended his account citing irregularities with his IP address log-in patterns. The player makes no secret of logging in from either his home or mobile device while traveling, but claims that he has broken no rules. BetCas has yet to release his balance. SBR will investigate the player’s claim against BetCas.

Sportsbook scam alert and confiscations (VIDEO)

SBR analysts Natalie Rydstrom and Justin7 give an SBR Industry News update for September 4th, 2012. In today’s show, a sportsbook scam alert issued on WagerMadness of the BetCascade (SBR rating F) platform is discussed, as well as five outstanding Coral Sportsbook (SBR rating B+) confiscations, and lastly an update from Justin7’s complaint bag.

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Sportsbook scam alert on WagerMadness

WagerMadness (SBR rating F) has been added to the sportsbook blacklist. WagerMadness is run on the same platform as notorious no-pay scam sportsbook BetCascade (SBR rating F). SBR urges players to avoid the sportsbook and take note of the SBR ratings guide. BetCascade Sportsbook owes players millions of dollars.

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