Sportsbook Rating Change: Cashpoint to C
Cashpoint Sportsbook has been upgraded from C- to C. The sports betting website has no outstanding complaints on file, and is licensed to operate as a sports betting website by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA). The online sportsbook also holds a gaming license by the UK Gambling Commission. Player feedback is welcomed. Players can write to email@example.com.
Cashpoint Sportsbook corrects FIBA misgrade
Earlier this week SBR reported that a Cashpoint Sportsbook (SBR rating C-) player submitted a wagering dispute. The player stated that a FIBA wager made involving South Korea and Australia was graded incorrectly, and that Cashpoint Sportsbook failed to correct the ticket and did not immediately resolve the issue after four attempts with customer service. Cashpoint Sportsbook has since followed up and corrected the grading of the ticket.
Cashpoint Sportsbook misgrades FIBA wager one week ago, yet to correct
A Cashpoint Sportsbook (SBR rating C-) player has submitted a wagering dispute. The player has claimed that he made a wager last Sunday, September 1, and entered three multiple wagers or parlays. The grading of the South Korea vs. Australia FIBA match was allegedly incorrect. The player has stated that he has contacted Cashpoint wagering support four times and has heard nothing back for seven days. The player has reported that at half time the score of the game was 29:44 not 39:44 as listed in his wagering ticket. One of the player’s parlays had Australia winning the first half with the point spread handicap at -8.5 (meaning Australia would have had to win the first half by nine points or more). The bet was graded as a loser. The player has claimed to have dealt with prior misgrades in the past with this outfit. Sportsbook Review has followed up with Cashpoint Sportsbook for comment.
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Cashpoint Sportsbook player locked out of his account
A Cashpoint Sportsbook (SBR rating C-) player has submitted a sportsbook complaint. On November 1, the player made deposits totaling €900 via popular eWallet service Skrill, formerly known as Moneybookers. After accumulating a balance of €2,870, Cashpoint reportedly blocked the account and requested documents, which is where the situation took a turn for the worse.Read More
Cashpoint dispute update
Cashpoint (SBR rating C-) has addressed the account dispute reported by SBR on May 13th. A player wrote SBR stating that his €877 balance was zeroed. He claimed to have played with Cashpoint off and on for a few years with no issues. He told SBR that after reading about a payment complaint reported a week prior, he decided to ask for his funds and noticed he had no money in his account.Read More
Cashpoint player paid; new complaint
On May 8th, 2012, SBR reported that a Cashpoint (SBR rating C-) player submitted a payment complaint. The player claimed a €291 Moneybookers payout requested five days earlier had not been paid, and that the time-frame for payment was one business day. Cashpoint responded to SBR’s inquiry stating the player has been paid. A new Cashpoint dispute has been filed by a player who claims his balance has been zeroed.Read More
Cashpoint payment feedback wanted
A Cashpoint (SBR rating C-) player submits a payment complaint. The player states that a €296 withdrawal was requested on May 3rd via Moneybookers. The player believed that the payment would be paid in one business day. The player states that Cashpoint has not responded to his payout inquiries or provided any insight on when he can expect to be paid. SBR is following up on this payment complaint, and asks any Cashpoint users with feedback to write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cashpoint player submits account dispute
A Cashpoint (SBR rating C-) submits a sportsbook dispute. The player opened an account in January of 2012, depositing $1,000. The player states that his first withdrawal went through smoothly, but after requesting a second payment he noticed he could no longer log-in. The player states that he receives a message saying his account does not exist. The player claims to have approximately $560 left in his account. SBR is following up with the sportsbook.
Cashpoint Sportsbook account closure dispute
Cashpoint (SBR rating C-) dispute. A Cashpoint Sportsbook player states that his account has been terminated. The player registered with Cashpoint, depositing €100 and placed nine bets before having his account closed. The sportsbook stated only that it would no longer accept bets from the player. The player’s concern is that the sportsbook is only willing to pay him via bank wire, whilst he deposited by eWallet. SBR is investigating.