A BetCas Sportsbook (SBR rating F) player has forwarded some disturbing correspondence from the presently off-line sportsbook.
The player, among nine others who haven't been paid following the site suspending service, is waiting for a £6,000 payout.
BetCas tried shaming the player into believing that he would have been paid had he not spoken out against the sportsbook for their failure to pay.
BetCas to player: "We could have paid your balance and help you get new bonuses when our new platform is upgraded and ready to use. Unfortunately you have made false comments on the online forums and now according to our terms and conditions, we can disqualify your winnings and bonuses."
Sportsbook Review reported approximately three months ago that BetCas claimed to be undergoing a site upgrade. SBR member 'italiano' reported that he was not paid €900 via a BetCas discussion thread in the SBR posting forum.
Although the BetCas web server is based in Costa Rica, the sports betting site appeared to specifically promote their services to European customers, with free bets up to a reported 400% according to one player; which is when the warning signs become clear.
When a sportsbook bonus offer seems to be good to be true, it often as, as many fly-by night scam sportsbooks will add a zero onto their bonus offer to attempt to compete with established and reputable betting sites. This is why SBR does not include a website rated lower than C in the bonus directory.
BetCas Sportsbook players who have not received their balances are encouraged to submit a sportsbook complaint with SBR.
BetCas has been added to the scam sportsbook blacklist with a rating of F.