Processing struggle continues for Sportsbook.com Group

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Sportsbook.com Group continues to struggle with processing
After nearly two months without a financial processing service, Sportsbook.com (SBR rating D+) was able to process some withdrawals, mostly by bank wire, at the end of March. Since then, SBR has received over 100 emails from additional slow-paid Sportsbook.com players. Management tells SBR that bank wires are no longer the optimal method due to volume restrictions from the processor, and that it plans to add a second wire provider within two weeks. While checks are currently the better option, the book is unable to reduce the amount of past-due withdrawals as word of the problems continue to spread prompting more cashout requests.  SBR is told the Jazette Group plans to send all players an email on behalf of management tonight in an attempt to reassure its users.



Note: All Jazette Enterprises Limited (JEL) sportsbooks are affected and should be avoided at this time. Below is a list of JEL-owned sportsbooks and active licensees.

24CaratSportsbook  
52Bet   
A1Casino   
ABCsportsbook   
Aces   
AllBetsPlacedHere 
AllHorseRacing   
AllProSportsbook   
AllStar   
AmericanWagers  
AtHomeSportsbook   
AztecGaming   
BetInVegas   
BetOnUsa   
BetUSA  
BubbasCasino   
ClubVipCasino  
EastCoastGamingClub   
ESPNsportsbook 
FieldGoal  
Gambling.net  
GlobalSportsNetwork
Hollywood  
HorseBetting  
House-of-Gambling   
InterChamps   
i-Sportsbook 
Iwager   
JackPotPlusCasino   
KingPin   
Linesmaker   
MySportsbook   
Parier  
PlaceMyBet 
PlayByPlay   
PlayersOnly   
PlayItAgain   
ProBets   
PyramidSportswager  
Racebook   
RoyalFlush 
SB28 
ScoreOnSports  
SportFanatik  
SportingParlor   
Sports 
Sportsbetting.com   
Sportsbook.com   
Sportsbooks  
SportsWager   
SuperBook   
SuperSportsbook  
SuperUsaCasino  
TakaraCasino   
TheBestBet   
VipSportsbookPlayers   
WagerTonight  
WallStreet   
WallStreetBets  
Win4Real  

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