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WSEX Sportsbook statement

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WSEX Sportsbook: I understand you would like to receive your outstanding payments in a swift manner. However, as I have been explaining to all clients, due to the losses we encountered, payments will be done partially for a few more months. Clients who deposited funds with us in the past were all lost due to new gaming /banking laws in the US. It is now our responsibility to bounce back from these losses and pay our clients. We have dedicated staff at World Sports for 10 years and over. Regardless of the fact that you do not receive a withdrawal every month, you will receive something from us not exceeding 3 months. I will keep your name noted to receive a withdrawal by February 2012 for at least a portion of your request. This will be right after the super bowl. We will have a remainder for March, April and so forth. I do anticipate this back log to be completed by the new season of September 2012.

WSEX continues to shift blame for their financial troubles on US banking laws. The sportsbook has withdrawn itself from discussions with SBR. SBR has reports from 129 users owed $747,802. The average amount owed each player is $5,842. Players have been waiting for their funds since as early as October of 2009, making the sportsbook's claim that clients will not wait longer than three months both irresponsible and inaccurate. The last major surge of WSEX payments came in the fall of 2010, when SBR reported that $124,617 was paid.

Players in need of WSEX sportsbook assistance are asked to fill out a sportsbook complaint form.