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
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Bet Chiefs ATS for Week 9 NFL Picks vs. Jets
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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.
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Cold case slow-pay resolved, SBR iGaming News
In today’s SBR iGaming News video, host Natalie covers the latest sportsbook news topics including the recent development that JazzSports (SBR rating D+) has cleared a years old slow-pay and addressed the player payout complaints formerly reported by SBR. To subscribe to SBR on Twitter, follow @SBRreview.Read More
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
JazzSports payout troubles
JazzSports (SBR rating D) users report being owed $206,255. On August 4th, 2011, SportsbookReview reported that the slow-pay sportsbook told players that payments would be made during the beginning of the football season. To date, none of the players have confirmed payment. One of the players who is owed more than $100,000 posted today on SBRforum indicating that he has not received payment from JazzSports in over six months. The player also pointed out that he has been limited to $250 maximum wagers and placed on a 30-second delay at the sportsbook.
JazzSports, which also operates LooseLines,ABC Islands and JazzBet has been lowered from a sportsbook rating of D+ to D. SBR will update this report as players confirm payment or as more information becomes available.
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