Mobibet Sportsbook users file nine complaints

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Nine Mobibet Sportsbook (unrated) complaints have been reported. The players are owed a combined €10,853. Each dispute involves the allegation of irregular betting patterns or violation of bonus terms and conditions. Mobibet Sportsbook has yet to comment on the disputes. SBR asks users with Mobibet Sportsbook feedback to write to help@sportsbookreview.com.

Player #1 has reported that £570 has been confiscated. This user primarily wagered in-play bets. He was accused of irregular betting patterns and his Mobibet sportsbook access revoked. No funds have been paid.

Player #2 tells SBR that €1093 has been confiscated. This user completed his sportsbook rollover and also mixed in a healthy dose of casino play.

Player #3 had £660 suspended and reported that he was accused of irregular betting patterns.

Player #4 had a similar experience as the aforementioned player, reporting that €600 was confiscated for alleged irregular betting patterns.

Player #5 had €4,400 confiscated for alleged irregular betting patterns.

Player #6 was accused of breaking bet rules and had €1,631 confiscated.

Player #7 had €1,300 confiscated and was accused of breaking bet rules.

Player #8 had €599 confiscated - the player claims that Mobibet changed bonus terms after he accepted a credit and began playing.

Player #9 was accused of breaking bet rules.

Mobibet Sportsbook to players:

"Your funds have currently been suspended pending an investigation by our security and fraud team into suspected irregular betting patterns contravening our terms and conditions, in particular paragraph 10 subsection 16. This process may take up to 72 hours. If there are no signs of irregular betting then your funds will be released once more, however if there is a material breach of our Terms and Conditions the funds including any winnings from bonuses money may be forfeited.  -Mobibet

SBR will update this report.

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