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Enterbet player owed $600 accused of "casino discrepancies"
An Enterbet Sportsbook (SBR rating D-) player has submitted a complaint. The player has claimed that the betting site has owed him $600 since June of 2014, and is now refusing payment on the grounds that there are discrepancies with his play in the casino. He has claimed that Enterbet has not provided an explanation on what the discrepancies are. | Enterbet reportRead More
Scam alert on Oddsmaker Sportsbook, SBR Industry news
SBR news anchor Natalie Rydström gives an SBR Industry News update for Tuesday, December 11th, 2012. The headliner of today’s video is to discuss the Oddsmaker Sportsbook scam alert issued by Sportsbook Review.com. Oddsmaker has confiscated more than $250,000 from winning players to date.Read More
EnterBet sportsbook dispute update
Enterbet (SBR rating D-) management has addressed the sportsbook dispute reported by SBR on December 3rd. A player had his $4,000 balance confiscated and his account closed on the grounds that he was connected to a player previously banned for defrauding the company. The dispute remains open and is being discussed.
EnterBet seizes $4,000 from player
An EnterBet (SBR rating D-) claims a $4,000 balance has been confiscated. The player states that after two months of waiting for a status update on a requested payout, EnterBet claimed someone linked to the player reversed a charge. EnterBet closed the player’s account and provided no other details. The player denies the charge. SBR is investigating.
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EnterBet player from SBR report paid after nearly three years
An EnterBet (SBR rating D-) player who filed an SBR complaint on December 7th, 2011 has been paid. The player detailed in his claim against EnterBet that he had been owed $2,000 for approximately two years. The player had written off his chances at ever being paid from the notorious slow-pay outfit, which caters mostly to casino players these days. SBR contacted EnterBet on the player’s behalf in December, but the case fell cold. On Monday, March 19th, 2012, an EnterBet manager contacted SBR stating that the claim had been settled. The player allegedly received an agreed upon amount, as records of his old balance were allegedly lost. SBR has contacted the player to confirm the amount paid and his acceptance of the reported deal.
EnterBet player submits withdrawal complaint
An EnterBet (SBR rating D-) player tells SBR that a $2,000 balance held at the sportsbook has been erased. The player claims that he originally requested a withdrawal approximately two years ago, and had written off his chances at ever collecting from the notorious slow/no-pay outfit. EnterBet customer support has claimed to have no knowledge of the funds. SBR is attempting to reach a member of EnterBet management.
SBR receives little feedback from GoTo Entertainment group players. In September of 2011, SBR reported that a BetGoTo (SBR rating D-) player who had received only partial payments over the course of the last three years was still owed $2,700 since October of 2011. GoTo group players with payment complaints are asked to submit a sportsbook complaint form or write to email@example.com.