Sports.com player to SBR:
From reading your helpful forum posting (I wish I had read them before using this book), it seems like delays in cashing out are par for the course at Domain Holding Ltd owned books. Do you think it's best to just hang tight before initiating a formal complaint? What do you think the chances are that I get stiffed? Any advice you could give would be greatly apppreciated.
Sports.com is part of the Sportsbook.com Group, most known for powering infamous D- rated sportsbook, Sportsbook.com. The Sportsbook.com group was last in the news eleven days ago, when SBR announced that BroburySports players would be moved to the Sportsbook.com platform.
The Sportsbook.com family of sportsbooks maintain low ratings due to a history of confiscations from winning sports bettors. Hundreds of thousands were stolen from bettors who wagered on correlated parlays that were accepted by the Sportsbook.com software. More winnings were stolen from winning bettors that accepted bonuses at multiple Sportsbook.com sister sites, despite confirmation that such activity was allowed. The Sportsbook.com group has been unwilling to revisit most cases with SBR, though it agreed to pay a player $39,000 after an unjust confiscation was reported on 11/9/2010 by SBR.
Sports.com players, or players at any of the Sportsbook.com sites, are asked to write to SBR with feedback on their account statuses. Players can reach SBR directly by writing to email@example.com, or submitting a sportsbook complaint form. Complaints are generally answered by staff in one business day. Players may also sound off with one another at SBRforum's sportsbook forum. | Sportbook.com Forum thread