The player claims that he notified YesBet that he was barred from receiving his payout through his original deposit method for excessive usage. He says that the majority of his communication centered around explaining his situation to the available representatives, but that the sportsbook continued to attempt to pay him through his original deposit method, citing house policy.
SBR followed up on the player’s complaint with YesBet, and was told that a manager would personally handle the player’s outstanding withdrawal within “90 minutes” by telephone. The player received no such call, and has been given no additional updates on his payout status from YesBet.
On May 2nd, SBR issued a sportsbook scam alert on YesBet.ag. The following day, SBR published a YesBet response to the SBR wire. A representative conceded that a rogue business partner made several off-the-wall posts and offers attempting to lure in new business, casting himself and the company in an unfavorable light.
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