BetClic & Expekt Exit Bosnian and Slovakian Markets
Online sportsbooks BetClic and Expekt have informed Sportsbook Review that they have pulled out of the Bosnian and Slovakian markets. Players located in these markets are advised to log-in to their sports betting accounts and request the withdrawal of their balances.Read More
BetClic Player Has Account Frozen for Traveling
A BetClic Sportsbook player has filed a complaint. The player had been wagering with the sports betting site for a period of one year. He has said that his account was fully verified last April. He had successfully made a few withdrawals for over €14,000. In January of this year, he says that everything changed.Read More
BetClic Sportsbook Player Has Balance in Limbo for One Month
A BetClic Sportsbook (SBR rating C-) player has filed a sportsbook complaint. The player has claimed that his sports betting account has been suspended for a period of one month. The player provided his ID to the online sportsbook along with his utility bill and a photograph holding his ID, but he is still unable to access his funds.Read More
BetClic Sportsbook player asks SBR for assistance
A BetClic Sportsbook player has filed a complaint. The player claimed that he registered with the online betting site a few weeks ago and made a £110 deposit. He placed his account balance on a single bet which lost before depositing again for £230. However, the player did not receive any bonus offers and decided to withdraw the balance.Read More
BetClic Sportsbook Rating Change: BetClic to C-
Online sportsbook BetClic has been upgraded from D+ to C-. The online sportsbook is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) and for their UK business is licensed under the BetClic Everest (Gibraltar) Limited with a remote gambling license under the controversial new UK Gambling Law.Read More
BetClic Sportsbook Player Punished for Being Sharp?
A BetClic Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) player thinks that he has been punished for being too sophisticated of a player. He signed up recently and made his first deposit through Neteller. He confirmed at the time that he was able to receive his withdrawals through Neteller. He built up a balance of €594, but is now being told he cannot use Neteller.Read More
BetAtHome exits Portugal market & €13K dispute remains
BetAtHome Sportsbook (SBR rating C-) has closed all services to Portugal account holders. Player information was reportedly transferred to online sportsbook BetClic, though one player has written in to Sportsbook Review to suggest that is not the case. In addition, the news has stung one Portugal based player who believes he was hosed by the betting site intentionally. | BetAtHome player disputeRead More
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24SportsWeb down for the count, SBR Industry News
Sportsbook Review.com provides an SBR Industry News update for Tuesday, January 29th, 2013, recapping the last week of sportsbook dispute news. The headline story of today’s show is that Costa Rica based sportsbook 24SportsWeb is still off-line. 24SportsWeb owes players and its former host Instant Action Sports more than $75,000.Read More
BetClic addresses account dispute
Update 2/21, 10AM ET: The player was shown to have defrauded the sportsbook. The dispute was satisfactorily resolved by BetClic.
On January 12th, SBR reported that a BetClic Sportsbook (SBR rating D+) player filed an account dispute. The player claimed that his account was suspended six months ago with a €151 balance. He also claimed his documents were verified. SBR followed up with BetClic Sportsbook management for comment on this case.