SBR Members React to Sportsbook.ag Slow-Pays Report
Sportsbook Review forum members have sounded off on regarding SBR’s report against Sportsbook.com (ag) and their massive $221,786 backlog of payouts to frustrated players. While some forum contributors have been sympathetic to hear of the 153 players affected and their plight, others have pointed out that the writing should have been on the wall.Read More
Sportsbook Rating Change: BetUSA to C-
BetUSA are among the Sportsbook.ag managed websites which are taking upwards of six weeks to release payouts. The online sports betting website has long maintained a higher rating than Sportsbook.ag (SBR rating D-) due to independent management and an open line of communication with SBR, though this interaction has ceased and palyers are not presently being paid. BetUSA’s rating has been adjusted to C- and faces further downgrades if payouts are not restored.
BetUSA Sportsbook Player has $6,000 Tied Up
A BetUSA Sportsbook player has filed a payout complaint. The player originally began playing with BetUSA after his previous betting site lowered his wagering limits to $50, prompting him to decide to try out a new sportsbook and he ultimately settled on BetUSA. He deposited two times for over $900. The player has a balance of over $6,000 and is concerned on the payout time-frame.Read More
Scam Alert: BetUSASports offers sportsbook signup bonus
BetUSASports (SBR rating F) is offering a 20% cash signup bonus. BetUSASports is operated by the same manager behind Bet911 (SBR rating F). Bet911 was downgraded to F on May 6th after its public admission that players would not be paid their balances unless the sportsbook found a buyer. Bet911 and BetUSASports both continue to operate and seek new deposits. Players are advised to avoid BetUSASports and Bet911 at all costs. | Full Sportsbook Scam report
Scam Alert: Bet911 operating as BetUSASports
Bet911 (SBR rating F) has opened a new domain, BetUSASports, attempting to lure in depositors for football season. Bet911 was downgraded to F on May 6th by SBR after its admission that it could not pay players and that the sportsbook would search for a buyer. Even following the public acknowledgement of insolvency, Bet911 continued to update its signup bonus structure hoping to bring in new deposits. BetUSASports has been added to the SBR sportsbook blacklist at F.
Brobury Sportsbook adds SBR Feedback form to website; upgraded to B-
Brobury Sportsbook players continue to provide postive feedback since the sportsbook was last upgraded in March of this year. The sportsbook remains in good standing and along with, BetUSA (SBR rating B-), is an alternative for players that are fond of the Sportsbook.com platform but adverse to risk. BroburySports is a medium sized sportsbook running on the Sportsbook.com platform. Brobury management has agreed to SBR arbitration and has placed the SBR sportsbook complaint form directly on their contact us page. Confidence in player feedback, which SBR will use for future evaluations, is a positive sign. Brobury is located in Costa Rica and uses World Gaming software.
BetUSA downgraded from B- to C+
The sportbsook shares some of its processing with the Sportsbook.com group, which hosts BetUSA. BetUSA management has been able to make alternate arrangements for players after checks have bounced and players complain of two month wait time. Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D-) players report over 40 bounced checks in 2009. Other players report a five month wait for funds.
SBR comments on upgrades for Sportsbetting.com, BetUSA and Linesmaker
Note: All sportsbook.com-serviced books rely on the operation for its financial processing. The group was unable to pay some non-U.S. players for over five months earlier in 2007.
Jazette sportsbooks downgraded from D+ to D-
Sportsbetting.com will not take part in Sportsbook.com parlay scam