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EFBet Review

Last Updated 06/18/20
2 /5
Bonus
2 /5
100% Cash Bonus
Terms and onditions apply
2 /5
Deposit Options
2 /5
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Info

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Country Restriction

Flag USA USA

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Languages

English
Bulgarian

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Location

Curacao

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Contact

Telephone:
Email service only.
Email:
support@efbet.com

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Date Established

Since:
2019

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Customer Service

Live Chat:
Yes
Service Hours:
Bets accepted 24/7

EFBet News

EFBet Sportsbook Announces Closure

Online sportsbook EFBet (SBR rating D+) has announced that they are closing as of June 5, 2019. Players should request payment immediately ahead of this date. EFBet will return funds to player accounts via the method originally used to deposit. According to their statement to players, all account data will be erased of June 5.

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Sportsbook Rating Change: EFBet to D+

Online sportsbook EFBet has been lowered from C to D+. Players have submitted complaints on several occasions alleging that EFBet has voided their wagers on the grounds of “pricing errors” despite the odds being in-line with recent market averages. This is commonly referred to as linesmen falling asleep at the wheel.

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Player: EFBet Adjusted the Odds of My Winning Bets

An EFBet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has claimed that the sports betting site has changed the odds on his winning bets when the market moves against the house. One winning bet was also allegedly voided by the sportsbook despite the odds being in line with the rest of the betting market.

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SuperLenny Player Says Racebook Linesmen Fell Asleep at Wheel

A SuperLenny (SBR rating C) player has accused the online sportsbook of falling asleep at the wheel and docking him £690 in profit for a winning racebook play on Suggestion to win the 17:15 at Southwell. SuperLenny argued that the wager was voided due to the odds changing, though the player pointed out it was standard market movement.

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EFBet Linesmen Fall Asleep at Wheel & Penalize Player

An EFBet Sportsbook (SBR rating C) player has submitted a wagering complaint. A player wagered €260 on a Netherlands soccer fixture between ADO Den Haag and the Go Ahead Eagles. His stake was on the draw at the odds of 4.05 (converts to +305). The player chose EFBet for making this soccer wager because their price was marginally better than the market.

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BalkanBet now operating as EFBet Sportsbook


BalkanBet (SBR rating C) is now operating as EFBet. The Malta-based sportsbook released a statement to players claiming that the new brand has a renewed focus on product improvement.

EFBet claims to have updated its trading policies to be more player-friendly, added to the number and variety of bets offered as well as rolled out a slick new betting interface. EFBet reached out to SBR to personally highlight the company changes and claims that customer support staff have received new trainings to more efficiently deal with player accounts.

EFBet’s sportsbook rating has been upgraded to C. BalkanBet was originally added to the SBR Sportsbook ratings guide at C- on December 17th, 2009. The company has operated since June 7th, 2008. US, Maltese and Macedonian residents are not permitted to create accounts. | EFBet statement on name change from BalkanBet

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Poker Chip-dumping: Balkanbet sportsbook dispute


Editor’s update: BalkanBet is now operating as EFBet.

A Balkanbet (SBR rating C-) player states that his account has been locked for three months. Balkanbet accused the player of chip-dumping….read more here.

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BalkanBet bonus dispute


Editor’s note: BalkanBet is now operating as EFBet.

BalkanBet (SBR rating C-) bonus complaint. A player with a €1332, 30-day rollover requirement describes having 5 of 6 bets canceled by BalkanBet. The player has sent screenshots showing his wagers were in line with the market average at the time. On 10/23, SBR reported that BalkanBet limited a player to €5 despite having a 60-day, €1200 rollover requirement.

Balkanbet limits player to €5 wagers with €1200 in bonus rollover


Editor’s update: BalkanBet is now operating as EFBet.

A Balkanbet (SBR rating C-) player states that he has been limited to €5 maximum wagers. The player has €1200 in rollover to clear and only a 60-day window to meet the wagering requirement. SBR is following up on this bonus complaint.

BalkanBet rating initiated at C-


Editor’s update: BalkanBet is now operating as EFBet.

BalkanBet (SBR rating C-) has been added to the SBR sportsbook rating guide. BalkanBet’s sportsbook has been in operation since June 7th of 2008. US, Maltese, and Macedonian residents are not permitted to open an account with BalkanBet. The sportsbook is located in Malta and licensed by the Loterries and Gaming Authority (LGA) of Malta. Players should be advised that multiple high-risk, slow-pay betting sites have emerged from Malta in recent years, such as the now defunct BetOnBet (SBR rating F), BetChance (SBR rating F), and slow pay sportsbook BetAfterBet (SBR rating D-).

EFBet Review
D+ Last Updated
06/18/20
2 /5
Bonus
100% Cash Bonus
Terms and onditions apply
2 /5
Deposit Options
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