Players who were stiffed by online sportsbook EzStreetSports.com (SBR rating F) continue to ask for updates.
Sportsbook Review reported on the 10th of July that the sportsbook went off-line for good.
EzStreetSports had a mostly checkered past and lost its reputation after failing to honor $46,000 in winnings from a big casino player who was accused of using an artificial intelligence robot to complete his play. The accusations were shot down by the casino software maker.
The history of the scam offshore website is really no different than BetMayor (SBR rating F), who also decided to take the money and run when a player won too much.
This is precisely why SBR is hammering the point home that players should stick with the safest sportsbooks before betting week 1 NFL football at a random website.
EzStreet more than $15,000 to players, some of whom reported the scam website abandoned payout plans presumably after deposits stopped coming in.
Prior to the suspension in service, EasyStreet ceased offfering customer service via telephone to players and stopped responding to emails.
The betting site is one of the many on the scam sportsbook blacklist.