The original LegendSportsbook dispute was reported by SBR on July 8th.
LegendSportsbook player: “I just picked up $911 cash, which was the $$$ balance of my account plus the $55 fee charged by Money Gram. I can’t thank u enough for your help in this matter. By the way I was happy to read the article on this matter dated 7/8/12 that u posted on your website. I know realize that the owner’s name was Robbie McPhail and that he owns RDG Corp that runs three sites including americasbookie.com. I think its really misleading for him to operate a website named LegendSportsbook.com when none of the three sites that he owns have names that have any resemblence to LegendSportsbook.com. In any event, he did make good on his promise to pay me, thanks to SBR and suggestions from a friend, and I do appreciate the $100 in freeplay that he has put in my account. However I don’t think he will get any of my business until the ratings on his websites come way up, and he offers “live betting”.
SBR reported on another instance of a player depositing $500 after believing that he was depositing with the A+ brand. The player in that dispute also received a refund after SBR spoke with management on his behalf.
LegendSportsbook.com attempts to piggyback on the more successful brand’s domain name and gain in search rankings. SBR has requested that the sportsbook’s sales agents do not mislead players into believing they are depositing with another website.
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