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Jazz Sports Added to Bitcoin Sportsbooks List
Users have submitted positive feedback on using bitcoin with Jazz Sports, as well as sister sportsbooks ABC Islands and Looselines. SBR has added Jazz to the bitcoin sportsbooks list, along with information pertaining to how Jazz handles bitcoin withdrawals and currency conversion for bitcoin deposits.Read More
Jazz Sportsbook group upgraded
Sportsbook Review reported in January that the Jazz Sportsbook Group paid over $300,000 in outstanding funds to a handful of large winners that had been on payment plans. These players were regarded as professional users. During the period of time when Jazz Sportsbook and related sister sites including ABC Islands and Looselines were downgraded, no slow-pay complaints were filed from average users. Management claimed this was as 99% of their player base had been unaffected aside from the professional action it had accepted. Since clearing up these larger obligations, no other claims have been submitted. In light of getting their payouts back on the track, the sportsbook family has been upgraded to the mark of B-. Player feedback is welcomed.
JazzSports player finally paid in full
A JazzSports (SBR rating D+) player who was owed over $100,000 for more than two years has been paid in full. A second Jazz player also owed in the six figure range is near the completion of his payment plan. SBR is reaching out to the other users who were owed thousands by Jazz to follow up on their payout statuses.Read More
Jazz Sports users report delays
Four Jazz Sports (SBR rating C-) payout complaints have been submitted. Each user reports that the manager of the Jazz payout department is routinely unavailable and that it has been months since a partial payment was received. The total balance of all four users is approximately $196,255.
The Jazz Sportsbook Group family, which consists of Jazz, JazzBet, LooseLines, and ABC Islands were downgraded to C- on February 3rd for the inability to process large payouts in a timely manner. Players with payment complaints from the Jazz family are asked to submit sportsbook complaint forms. | Jazz users report delays
Insolvent QuickSilver Sportsbook now a Jazz turnkey book
Quicksilver Sports (SBR rating D-) has moved its operations from Jamaica to San Jose, Costa Rica, and is part of Jazz’ DPT Sports Group platform.
The DPT Sports Group fully powers Jazz Sports, Looselines, and ABC Islands. DPT acts as a turnkey for QuickSilver Sports and BetIslands. Quicksilver is allegedly provided with customer service and wagering support. Jazz Sports (SBR rating C-) claims that Quicksilver is responsible for its own player processing. Quicksilver has failed to pay a player in six months, and has more than €20,000 in delinquent withdrawals since the fall of 2010. | DPT Sports Group history
BetIslands added to SBR sportsbook ratings guide
BetIslands.com has been added to the SBR sportsbook ratings guide at C-. BetIslands is managed by Jon Kreta, who founded WagerChief (SBR rating B-) in December of 2008. WagerChief was acquired by BetPhoenix (SBR rating B-) in July of 2009. In January of 2011, Jon officially left WagerChief to take over the BetIslands brand.
BetIslands is a turnkey on the DPT Sports Group platform, which also powers Jazz Sports (SBR rating C-), ABC Islands (SBR rating C-), and LooseLines (SBR rating C-).
DPT provides BetIslands with hosting, wagering and IT support. BetIslands performs its own processing, and does not accept players outside of the US and Canada.
ABC Islands, Jazz Sportsbook Group update
Update — Additional payouts reported.
An ABC Islands (SBR rating C-) payment report has been confirmed. A total of $6,000 has been confirmed as paid from ABC Islands in the last six weeks. The Jazz Sportsbook Group, which consists of LooseLines, ABC Islands, and Jazz Sports, was downgraded by SBR from C to C- on February 3rd. Players with payout feedback on any Jazz brand are asked to write to SBR.| ABC Islands report
JazzSports withdrawal feedback wanted
A JazzSports (SBR rating C) player reports a payment complaint. The player tells SBR that he maintains a $16,000 balance and was last paid $1,000 via bank wire in November. He claims that he has not been given a date on when he can expect to receive his next payout. SBR is following up with Jazz to discuss this dispute.
The entire Jazz Sportsbook Group family, which consists of Jazz, LooseLines, and ABC Islands was downgraded to C on June 1st for the inability to process large payouts in a timely manner. Players with payment complaints from the Jazz family are asked to submit sportsbook complaint forms.
Jazz Sports player details frustrating withdrawal experience
A JazzSports (SBR rating C) player has written to SBR explaining his disappointment with the handling of his bank wire payout from Jazz. In June of 2010 he requested a $4917 payment via bank wire. The player opted not to choose Moneybookers as his withdrawal method due to Jazz’s admission that they were allegedly waiting for a wire to replenish their Moneybookers account. Thinking he was selecting a more expedient method, he requested the bank wire; and has yet to receive payment. SBR is investigating the payment complaint on behalf of the player. The entire Jazz Sportsbook Group family, which consists of Jazz, LooseLines, and ABC Islands was downgraded to C on June 1st for the inability to process large payouts in a timely manner.
Jazz Sportsbook Group payout update