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Scam Sportsbook: Bets4All doors still open
Bets4All (sportsbook rating F) is still in business. Bets4All players were stiffed thousands before an alleged ownership change took place at the start of 2010. In February of 2010, the scam sportsbook attempted to bribe SBR to remove negative posts about the unsavory business. A player contacted SBR today stating that he initiated his first withdrawal request for €500 on November 29th. The player has not been paid.
Bets4All still in business; scam sportsbook continues taking bets
Bets4All (SBR rating F) wrote SBR in November of 2008 inquiring about a rating reevaluation. The F rated sportsbook claimed to be under new ownership and inquired if compensation would eliminate forum postings from scorned players. Five players have outstanding no pay complaints against Bets4All with the earliest request made in September of 2008 for a combined €10,201 in funds owed. | Bets4All forum discussion
Bets4all.com has changed its management a few weeks ago. Since then our main focus lies on restructuring and repositioning. In the course of this repositioning it is also our effort to reassess the legacy issues of the previous management best possible.
Unfortunately we found some unpleasant forum postings that are in parts even damaging for our business. Bets4all.com strives to shed those postings. What kind of compensation would be needed to have your full support on this matter?
Sportsbook scam alert on Bets4All
Bets4All no-pay complaints are received
Player: I have been trying to get my money from Bets4all since late April. I have 1325 EUR on my account. They do not answer any of my emails. I have talked to several persons at their office. Last time I got an email saying they should pay – however that was three weeks ago. I have a friend that also has tried to get his money, he had 1640 EUR on the account.
Bets4All stalls payment due to syndicate suspicions
Bets4All no-pay complaints
The Austrian bookmaker was the subject of four no-pay complaints this month. Bets4All continues to try to wear players down so they will eventually give up pursuing their funds. One player reports initiating legal action against the sportsbook.
Bets4All no pay complaints
SBR mailbag: Three players report Bets4All (SBR rating F) no-pays Player: I had opened an account with Bets4all before I knew about your site and the ratings that you give to Betting companies. Anyhow, I had Euros1703 in my account with Bets4all. On 4 September 2006 I requested a withdrawal of these funds. The funds were taken out of my account but were not sent to me.
Player: I am having issue’s withdrawing my balance from bets4all.com I set up the withdrawal at the end of August (29th I believe) and, even though it was confirmed to myself 3 weeks ago that the withdrawal would be completed within a week I am yet to see the money in my account.
Player: Please help!! Bets4all not pay going on two months and don’t use email. I will check SBR ahead of deposit. Is anything you can do?
WorldBet (SBR rating D-): Player’s winning wager on FIBA basketball cancelled after match due to erroneous betting odds. Book not responding to player emails requesting the book pay at correct market odds.
DragonWager (SBR rating D-): Book moving toward F rating after two more players report no-pay cases. DragonWager continues to supply odd excuses such as a surge in chargebacks.Read More
SBR Bill Dozer reports:
Bets4All (SBR rating F) trys to bargain with SBR for a better rating. The sportsbook tells SBR they will pay the latest player to file a complaint if SBR gives the book a rating upgrade. They acknowedge the player deserves his money, having not violated any rules: “We told Mr. ******* we will pay him but we will not accept that our received downgraded status from you will stay at this level. Maybe you can help us and Mr. ******* .”
SBR made it clear to Bets4All that warnings will continue for as long as the many no-pay cases exist.
SBR Bill Dozer reports: