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ComeOn Review

Last Updated 08/22/20
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2 /5
2 /5
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2 /5
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2 /5
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ComeOn Sportsbook Payout Complaint

A ComeOn Sportsbook (SBR rating C+) player has filed a payout complaint. The player has said that he requested a payout of $440 in July of 2016 that was not received. The funds were to be sent by way of card deposit. He has said that ComeOn has assured him the funds were sent, but he has not received the funds.

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Sportsbook Rating Change: ComeOn Upgraded to C+

Online sportsbook ComeOn has received a rating upgrade from C to C+. The sports betting site is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) as well as the UK Gambling Commission. ComeOn’s website is available in English, German, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Polish, and Spanish (Chile).  Sister sportsbook Mobilebet also debuts at C+.

ComeOn Sportsbook Addresses Payout Complaint

ComeOn Sportsbook (SBR rating C) has addressed the payout complaint reported last week. A player claimed to not have received a withdrawal request was made by bank wire which was said to have been processed in mid-August. ComeOn has provided a copy of the transaction record showing that the bank payment was sent on August 24.

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ComeOn Player Asks Sportsbook Review for Assistance

A ComeOn Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has filed a complaint. The player opened a betting account with the online betting site on June 5 of 2016. He made a €250 deposit via Neteller. Unfortunately, as fate would have it, within the next week ComeOn exited the Croatian market. However, the player’s yet to receive his initial €250 back.

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ComeOn Sportsbook Addresses €2,000 Confiscation Complaint

A manager with ComeOn Sportsbook has acknowledged the complaint filed by a player over a confiscated €2,00 balance. ComeOn confirmed that the player provided his documents as requested, but the closing sentence of the policy indicates that ComeOn has concluded that the documents are not fit to pass their Know Your Customer (KYC) process.

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ComeOn Sportsbook player asks SBR for assistance

A ComeOn Sportsbook player has filed an account complaint. The online sports bettor has claimed that his betting account no longer has the option to request payments. He has allegedly been given no information from customer service concerning his ability to request a withdrawal. The player has requested assistance.

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ComeOn Sportsbook cites rule 5.1 to deny player his winnings

A ComeOn (SBR rating C-) player has filed a betting complaint. The player stated that on August 26 his account was forfeited with a balance of near €1800. He has claimedthat ComeOn cited rule 5.1 from their terms and conditions as the reason for the account closure, with very little other information. | ComeOn complaint

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ComeOn Sportsbook dispute covered in Industry News video

Sportsbook Review reported on a ComeOn Sportsbook (SBR rating D) player who claimed his account was closed without much explanation earlier this week. The player states that rule 5.1 was used to deny his earned winnings of €1800. The rule essentially ComeOn Sportsbook to enforce confiscations at its discretion if it believes its terms and conditions have been violated. Online betting sites are expected to offer evidence of player fraud or wrongdoing when deciding to not honor earned balances, as the industry standard of “you book the bet, you pay the bet” applies. More details on the ComeOn sportsbook complaint are given in an industry news video report released earlier today by SBR video host Natalie. ComeOn users with feedback or complaints to submit should write to

Tipico confiscates €2,000 citing 'organised betting'

A Tipico (SBR rating D-) player reports that a €2,000 balance has been confiscated. The Tipico player tells SBR that he opened his account on October 5th, 2010 and began wagering as normal. After three months of successful play, the player reports that his maximum wager size was lowered to €99. He continued to play, withdrawing through Moneybookers every so often even with the imposed wagering limit.

The player reports that exactly one year after opening his account, he received a letter that his account was being closed on the grounds of “organised betting”, or syndicate play – a charge the player denies. | Tipico Sportsbook letter to player

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Atlanta Braves host Pittsburgh Pirates Monday night

Are the Pittsburgh Pirates real contenders or justpretenders? That question might be answered during the next week.

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ComeOn Review
C+ Last Updated
2 /5
€10 Free Bet
Terms and conditions apply
2 /5
Deposit Options
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