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Last Updated 06/18/20
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Scam Alert: Palacebet.com (SBR rating F-) back online.

Scam Alert: Palacebet.com (SBR rating F-) back online. The sportsbook website was taken down by the host provider after repeated scam reports. Although the sportsbook no longer offers online banking, players should beware of solicitation for Western Union deposits for too-good-to-be-true offers.

The Scam: Fake professional handicappers refer players to palacebet. The player signs up at the site and sends his deposit to Palacebet. His balance is instantly controlled by the pro handicappers, who are referred to by the book’s customer service as “the player’s Sports Advisors.” The bettor is then promised a line of credit so he can bet larger sums on the “advisors’ syndicate picks.” He is told he must cover a $4,000 transaction cost for a bank wire from the touts to his account (which never occurs since the book simply adjusts the available balance in the software) and is promised it will be reimbursed to him upon cashing out. If the player is lucky enough to survive the “syndicate picks” that are designed to eat away his bankroll, he is asked to deposit another $4,000 in transaction fees before he can have access to his funds including the money he deposited. A player who complained to SBR was told he had to pay $4,000 maintain access to his account after winning $20,000.

Scam sportsbooks to go off-line

SportsCallCenter.com tells SBR it will take scam sportsbook websites Palacebet (SBR rating F-) and SportsPlayingClub (SBR rating F-) off-line and that the operations have already been closed. SCC states it is only a service center and tries to avoid working with dishonest books. SportsCallCenter, which has hosted these post-up scams as well as 4SportsPicks (SBR rating F) and e-winner (SBR rating F-) states it will no longer service post-up (deposit-required) sportsbooks. 

Scam Alert on WagerNascar

SCAM ALERT: WagerNascar is a new sportsbook from operators of SportsPlayingClub (SBR rating F-). WagerNascar also shares the same SportsCallCenter.com hosting server as scam book, Palacebet (SBR rating F-). SBR continues to actively search for sportsbooks affiliated with these deposit-only gaming companies.

Playing24Hours (SBR rating F) snags $64,200 from victim; closes website, phones

Playing24Hours (SBR rating F) snags $62,518 from victim; closes website, phones
The sportsbook has multiple phone lines and servers running scam sportsbook websites. The book solicits players from customer lists with huge bonuses and generous promotions but has no intention of paying. This player deposited $20,000 and has never withdrawn. He is asking the book to send him back the money he invested. Related scam books are PlayersBigWorld (SBR rating F), SportsPlayingClub (SBR rating F), and Palacebet (SBR rating F). Read More

Newly rated sportsbook SportsPlayingClub (SBR rating F) already scamming players.

SPC states it is “powered by Playing24Hours” (SBR rating F). Playing24Hours is another mirror site of PlayersBigWorld (SBR rating F) which has already stiffed users. Although SportsPlayingClub uses SportsCallCenter.com and the others are hosted on a different server and operated by former management of stiff books eWinner (SBR rating F-) and 4SportsPicks (SBR rating F), it would appear the two hosting facilities are working together or are one in the same. 4Sportspicks has previously used Sports Call Center SA servers and phones. | Related: Palacebet

SportsPlayingClub enters the SBR rating guide at F

SportsPlayingClub enters the SBR rating guide at F
SportsPlayingWorld is a new book launched by SportsCallCenter F.A, the same company that operates Palacebet (SBR rating F-). Palacebet is a scam sprtsbook that preys on new players. The report below was published six months ago.

PalaceBet: Scam sportsbook ran by Scamdicappers and SportsCallCenter F.A.
The Con: Fake professional handicappers refer players to PalaceBet. The player signs up at the site and sends his deposit to PalaceBet. His balance is instantly controlled by the pro handicappers, who are referred to by the book’s customer service as “the player’s Sports Advisors.” The bettor is then promised a line of credit so he can bet larger sums on the “advisors’ syndicate picks.” He is told he must cover a $4,000 transaction cost for a bank wire from the touts to his account (which never occurs since the book simply adjusts the available balance in the software) and is promised it will be reimbursed to him upon cashing out. If the player is lucky enough to survive the “syndicate picks” that are designed to eat away his bankroll, he is asked to deposit another $4,000 in transaction fees before he can have access to his funds including the money he deposited. A player who complained to SBR is told he must pay $4,000 to keep his account active after winning $20,000. PalaceBet is hosted and serviced by SportsCallCenter F.A. in Costa Rica and also services DreamWager (SBR rating D-).

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New Sportsbook SportsPlayingWorld enters the SBR rating guide at F

SportsPlayingWorld enters the SBR rating guide at F. The under-contruction sportsbook is operatated by Playing24Hours (SBR rating F) and 4SportsPicks (SBR rating F).
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SportsCallCenter F.A. facilitates scam

SportsCallCenter F.A. refuses to assist scammed player. SportsCallCenter F.A. claims it has nothing to do with scam operation Palacebet (SBR rating F) saying it only services the website. However, Placebet is hosted on SportsCallCenter F.A. servers, uses SportsCallCenter F.A. clerks and handles all financial transactions for the “sportsbook owner.” The player as well as SBR has contacted SportsCallCenter F.A. management verifying they are aware of the situation and asking for assistance in recovering the player’s deposit, which SportsCallCenter F.A. had picked up via Western Union. Management refused to refund the user’s deposit claiming the player must speak to the off-site third party that referred him.

PalaceBet SCAM

PalaceBet: Scam sportsbook ran by Scamdicappers and SportsCallCenter F.A.
The Con: Fake professional handicappers refer players to Palacebet. The player signs up at the site and sends his deposit to PalaceBet. His balance is instantly controlled by the pro handicappers, who are referred to by the book’s customer service as “the player’s Sports Advisors.”  The bettor is then promised a line of credit so he can bet larger sums on the “advisors’ syndicate picks.” He is told he must cover a $4,000 transaction cost for a bank wire from the touts to his account (which never occurs since the book simply adjusts the available balance in the software) and is promised it will be reimbursed to him upon cashing out. If the player is lucky enough to survive the “syndicate picks” that are designed to eat away his bankroll, he is asked to deposit another $4,000 in transaction fees before he can have access to his funds including the money he deposited. A player who complained to SBR is told he must pay $4,000 to keep his account active after winning $20,000. PalaceBet is hosted and serviced by SportsCallCenter F.A. in Costa Rica and also services DreamWager (SBR rating D-). The operation briefly serviced 4Sportspicks (SBR rating F) (until January 2007) and previously hosted defunct BigDaveSports.
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