Player one is owed a $1,900 banking payout requested more than three weeks ago.
Player two has attempted to withdraw $2,105 for three months and has reported receiving the runaround attempting to be paid these funds.
Player three reported having a balance of $3,498 and difficulty attempting a $900 payout through a direct method.
BetRevolution.com has not commented on any of the cases.
SBR reported on April 8 that BetRevolution confiscated $26,908 from winning players accused of syndicate betting. BetRevolution released a public statement through a previous advertising website releasing privileged user details and confirming they would not revisit their decision to seize funds. BetRevolution searched the Facebook profiles of the players and released wagering statistics in an attempt to justify their theft.
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