Scam Alert: Apex/Bet33 Sportsbook Group
Bet33 (SBR rating D-) was founded in 2005 by Robbie Mcphail, owner of scam operation Apex Sportsbook (SBR rating F).
Apex Sportsbook History
Apex Sportsbook was given a rating of D in April of 2004 by SportsBookReview. Apex Robbie used his experience with online marketing to rank highly in search engines, placing Apex on the map as a sportsbook which offered too good to be true bonuses that were successful reeling in player deposits. This big-bonus business model set Apex on a path of financial ruin, and just two short months after being recognized as a (albeit lowly) rated sportsbook, Apex closed its doors and stiffed its players thousands in winnings.
Creation of Bet33 & other Brands
Apex Robbie’s newest venture, Bet33, was launched in 2005 and financed with the unpaid winnings of Apex Sportsbook players. Robbie acquired new players through mailing lists and established Bet33 as another sportsbook that would appeal to bettors who would be categorized as bonus-hunters. | Full Apex/Bet33 Sportsbook report.
MetroSportsbook enters SBR rating guide at F
MetroSportsbook is one of many new brands in the Apex Sportsbook Group. Apex Sportsbook closed with player funds over four years ago. The same owner has recently put the website back online with the many other new websites names. Read More
PremierSportsbetting listed at F in the SBR rating guide as part of the Apex Group.
RealVegasCasino enters SBR Rating Guide at F
TotalBets operated by Robbie McPhail of the ApexSportsbook scam. This is a sister sportsbook of Bet33(SBR rating F). Totalbets is not to be confused with UK sportsbook, TotalBet.