An InstantActionSports (SBR rating D) player has filed a sportsbook complaint.
The player claimed that one year ago his account was frozen pending a security audit, but later cleared. He left a balance of $1,300 in the sportsbook account and then claims to have traveled to another country for six months.
During his travel, he allegedly signed in to check the balance of his InstantActionSports account.
Following his return to his country of origin – the country his InstantActionSports account is registered to – the player played a little in the casino before asking for a $500 withdrawal.
Two days later, the player said that InstantActionSports suspended his account for a second security audit. This time, according to the player, InstantActionSports advised that he would not be paid his $1,300 balance.
Sportsbook Review has escalated the player's complaint to an InstantActionSports manager and will update as more information becomes available.
SBR reported in March that an InstantActionSports player reported that he was finished with a payment plan which saw him receive $15,000 in total.