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BetOnline247 scams another player
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating F) player tells SBR that he has been waiting for an €800 for four months. BetOnline247 players have reported not being paid more than €50,000. SBR has more than fifty complaints on file from users that were not paid. The sportsbook was included in the April 16th, 2011 report “Online scams, five sportsbooks to avoid“.
Operating out of San Pedro, Costa Rica, BetOnline247 claims to be regulated by government of Costa Rica. The claim is not accurate; sportsbooks in Costa Rica are not given gaming licenses nor are their sportsbooks regulated by government officials. BetOnline247 targets European customers. The sportsbook was added to the scam sportsbook blacklist by Sportsbook Review.com on May 14th, 2011.
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BetOnline247 Sportsbook players report slow-pay
Online Scams, five sportsbooks to avoid
The Sportsbook Review Blacklist includes 1,066 sportsbooks. These online sportsbooks are the worst in the industry. The criterion to be included in this list is to carry a D- or F rating.
#5: BetOnline247 Sportsbook (SBR rating D-)
Operating out of San Pedro, Costa Rica, BetOnline247 claims to be regulated by the government of Costa Rica. The claim is not accurate; sportsbooks in Costa Rica are not subject to government regulation. The dishonest claim is likely an attempt to sway player confidence. BetOnline247’s business model targets European clients. SBR has received 40 current payment complaints from BetOnline247 players.
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BetOnline247 payout reported; 15 new complaints hit SBR mailbox
BetOnline247 slow-pays reach SBR mailbox
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) players report additional slow-pays. One player requested a withdrawal of €1,519 on January 29th via Moneybookers. Another BetOnline247 player deposited $100 on January 14th, receiving a 100% bonus, and increased his balance to $4,500 after fulfilling wagering requirements. He has not been paid to date. | BetOnline247 player complaints
BetOnline247 players report slow-pay: €16,700 owed
Four new BetOnline247 (sportsbook rating D-) payment complaints have been filed. SBR last reported on January 22nd that BetOnline247 was slow-paying seventeen players over €13,000. BetOnline247 support has provided only generic messages to players, and is currently not communicating with SBR.
BetOnline247 player reports payment; 30 day withdrawal time-frame
A BetOnline247 (sportsbook rating D-) player reports payment. The player states that he received a €750 payout, along with an e-mail from BetOnline247 apologizing for the delay. Since SBR’s last update which chronicled twelve BetOnline247 payout complaints, five new payment issues have been reported by players. | BetOnline247 Report
BetOnline247 player reports slow-pay
A BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player reports slow-pay. The player asked for three withdrawals of €100 on 9/12, 10/12, and 11/12. No funds have been paid by BetOnline247. The player states that his identification documents have already been approved. BetOnline247 tells players to expect their funds in 2-30 business days. The last reported payment from a BetOnline247 player was documented on SBR on December 11th. There are twelve BetOnline247 slow-pay complaints on file, with players owed a total €8,012.58.
BetOnline247 player confirms payment
BetOnline247 (SBR rating D-) player reports payment. On 11/30, SBR reported on six cases of BetOnline247 slow-pay. One of the players requested €1416.20 on October 20th. That player confirmed receiving payment today. In total, 11 BetOnline247 payment issues remain outstanding, with those players owed $7712.58.