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yesbet Review

Last Updated 08/26/20
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Avoid sportsbook scams headed into football season

In today’s SBR Industry News video with analysts Natalie Rydstrom and Justin7, the two discuss the need for players to do their homework before depositing with dodgy operators popping up before football season, as well as outstanding sportsbook complaints from the SBR mailbag involving YesBet, Bet770, and 12Bet.

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YesBet Sportsbook payout complaint

A YesBet (SBR rating D-) player submits a payout complaint. On 6/18, the player deposited $400 using a cash method. He requested to be paid $4,000 on July 2nd, providing ID as well as a financial statement. The player became alarmed over his payout following what he claims was a week of YesBet downtime. Read More

YesBet sportsbook update

Earlier today, SBR posted the YesBet response on yesterday’s advisory newswire. is targeting players via email, promising no-deposit bonuses, 100% match bonuses, and claiming to have 10+ years of industry experience. SBR has since discovered that the sportsbook shares the same customer service telephone number as off-line sportsbook Lay104 (SBR rating D).

Lay104’s domain registration expired on April 30th, 2012. was registered on April 1st, 2012. With a rating of D-, is on SBR’s avoid list within the sportsbook blacklist. SBR is attempting to confirm the book’s relationship with the former company, and will update readers as more information becomes available.

YesBet responds to SBR SCAM alert has been added to the SBR sportsbook ratings guide at D-. On May 2nd, SBR issued a scam alert that YesBet was offering free $25 accounts to players; claiming to have over 10 years of experience, and spamming players with fake email headers. YesBet used the acronyms of popular iGaming forums to suggest the sportsbook was a new sponsor of those websites. YesBet addressed the deceptive mailer in this message to SBR staff.
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Sportsbook scam alert on (unrated) is emailing players $25 no-deposit bonuses. The sportsbook claims to be headquartered in Costa Rica; the domain name was created on April 1st, 2012. The sportsbook is delivering email using headers associated with popular iGaming forums, suggesting that they may be in possession of a member database. Players are advised to avoid the unknown sportsbook. SBR will update this report. Players in need of assistance are asked to write to

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