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Sportsbook.com vs player, $26,000 voided in multiple account dispute
Sportsbook.com (sportsbook rating D-) has reportedly canceled $26,000 in winnings from a player. A player tells SBR that he deposited $1,000 on Saturday, February 5th. The player states that he won $25,000 betting parlays that weekend. Sportsbook.com allegedly nullified the winnings on the grounds that the player was linked to a previous account holder, who reportedly owed $800 after performing a chargeback in 2009.
BroburySports no longer accepting new players; pending move to Sportsbook.com
BroburySports is no longer taking new players. Current players are expected to be moved to Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D-) by the end of the month. BroburySports, formerly rated as high as B- by SportsbookReview, managed to move up in the ratings above the Sportsbook.com family due to having independent management which agreed to SBR arbitration. Brobury Sports has been downgraded to D. | Full Report
Sportsbook.com Group: Iwager.com casino dispute update
On October 25th, SBR reported that Iwager.com (SBR rating D-) of the Sportsbook.Com Group voided a player’s casino winnings. In this dispute, the player stated that he deposited $1,000 into Iwager’s casino and received a $250 bonus. After meeting the bonus terms, his balance was $4,000. According to the player, Iwager forfeited the winnings without providing an explanation. However, after SBR followed up on the player’s behalf, Iwager stated that the player provided needed to provide additional ID documentation and that once he did so two weeks later his account was reopened.
Sportsbook.com Group: Iwager.com voids players casino winnings
Iwager (SBR rating D-) complaint. In early October, a player deposited $1000 into Iwager’s casino, and received a $250 bonus. After meeting the terms of the bonus, he had a balance of $4000. When the player requested a withdrawal, Iwager forfeited his winnings without providing an explanation. Iwager is part of the Sportsbook.com Group. SBR is attempting to discuss this dispute with Iwager.
Sportsbook.com Group management provides wagering ticket to resolve two month old Iwager (SBR rating D-) dispute
Iwager (SBR rating D-) cancels player's wagers; blocks account history
Iwager (SBR rating D-) cancels player’s wagers; blocks account history
The player made winning in-game NBA wagers. Iwager canceled winnings of $3941, claiming the wagers were not for live in-game wagers, but were all past-posted bets that were offered accidentally while the game was taking place. Iwager closed the player’s account, and refused to allow the player or SBR to view the wagering ticket which would reveal whether the bet was a past-posted play or a valid in-game bet. Iwager is a licensee of the Sportsbook.com family, Jazette Enterprises Ltd.
OnyxSports, an Evolution Sports Data Processing sportsbook, enters the SBR rating guide at F
IWagerBig, sister of LazerWager enters rating guide
IWagerBig, a sister book of LazerWager (SBR rating D+) enters the SBR rating guide at D+. IWagerBig is the third post-up sportsbook from GPS Global/Evolution Sports. The first post-up sportsbook from the operation was SexyWagers (SBR rating D), which closed in good standing in November of 2006.
Sportsbook.com has not fixed wager grading errors
Processing struggle continues for Sportsbook.com Group
After nearly two months without a financial processing service, Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D+) was able to process some withdrawals, mostly by bank wire, at the end of March. Since then, SBR has received over 100 emails from additional slow-paid Sportsbook.com players. Management tells SBR that bank wires are no longer the optimal method due to volume restrictions from the processor, and that it plans to add a second wire provider within two weeks. While checks are currently the better option, the book is unable to reduce the amount of past-due withdrawals as word of the problems continue to spread prompting more cashout requests. SBR is told the Jazette Group plans to send all players an email on behalf of management tonight in an attempt to reassure its users.