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BetOnUSA (SBR rating D+) moving to Futurebet from the Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D+) Family
BetOnUSA’s website is currently displaying the message:
“We at BetOnUSA.com have decided that it is in the best interest of our players to re-launch with US focused software. We will exhaust every option available to us to make the account transfer process as seamless as possible and to return BetOnUSA.com to its roots as a US-based gaming community.”
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.
SBR Bill Dozer reports: BetonUSA Live-Betting SCAM?
BetonUSA (SBR rating D-) claims the right to keep entire account balances if a player makes an in-game live wager after the play has begun. One player reports that BetonUSA confiscated $7,000 of winnings before closing the account. The rules state that if the player wagers after the snap of the football they would pay for their mistake with the funds currently in their account.
Management claims they do not have control of live-wagering and a third party handles this part of the sportsbook for them. This relationship is similar to the one BetonUSA had with its original poker room. The poker room closed with player balances. Many players were not credited by BetonUSA or their sister site PyramidSportsWager (SBR rating D-). SBR to contact BetonUSA’s live-wagering on players’ behalf.