ABC Islands, Jazz Sportsbook Group update

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Update — Additional payouts reported.

An ABC Islands (SBR rating C-) payment report has been confirmed. A total of $6,000 has been confirmed as paid from ABC Islands in the last six weeks. The Jazz Sportsbook Group, which consists of LooseLines, ABC Islands, and Jazz Sports, was downgraded by SBR from C to C- on February 3rd.  Players with payout feedback on any Jazz brand are asked to write to SBR.| ABC Islands report

One player that contacted SBR stated that he was paid $500 today via Moneybookers. ABC Islands stated that it could not pay him a larger amount, but that he could come back next week to request that additional funds be credited.



ABC Islands: Ok, I can send you $ 500 Moneyboobers pay-out at (address ommited) , correct?
Player: thats correct
ABC Islands: with $ 13 fees...
ABC Islands: One moment please
Player: Can you send more
ABC Islands: No at this momemt..please get back with us next we can porocess another pay-out Sir.

JazzSports withdrawal feedback
On January 31st, a player wrote to SBR stating that he sent an $8,000 bank wire to Jazz Sports after being promised a -105 lineset. The player tells SBR that after receiving his deposit, Jazz set him up with a -110 lineset. The player has since tried to withdraw his funds.

On December 20th, SBR reported that a Jazz Sports player with a $16,000 balance was being slow-paid his winnings. The player had last reported receiving a $1,000 bank wire in November of 2010. The player confirmed to SBR that following his complaint being filed, a transfer of $5,000 was made to his Pinnacle Sports account. The player did not again write for assistance for the rest of his then $11,000.

Players with Jazz Sports, LooseLines, or ABC Islands feedback are asked to submit their sportsbook experiences to SBR.

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