QuickSilver Sportsbook bettor confirms one year old slow-pay

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A new QuickSilver (SBR rating D-) payout complaint has been filed.

On April 10th, 2010, a player requested a $760 withdrawal via an eWallet method. More than one year later, the player's request has not been filled. On April 19th, SBR reported that QuickSilver Sportsbook moved its operations to San Jose, Costa Rica to be part of the DPT Sports Group platform. | QuickSilver Sports added to SBR blacklist


QuickSilver was downgraded from D to D- on April 4th, 2011. At the time, SBR issued a scam alert that QuickSilver was not paying its players. QuickSilver representatives have failed to provide official comment on the payment delays. SBR's attempts to connect with QuickSilver sports owner, "Jerry", have been unsuccessful.

SBR has twelve QuickSilver no-pay complaints on file, the most recently filed complaint happens to be the longest outstanding payout.

QuickSilver's operations were previously run from Jamaica, before moving to San Jose, Costa Rica to be part of the DPT Sports Group platform. The DPT Sports Group powers Jazz Sports, Looselines, and ABC Islands.

QuickSilver is presently on the SBR scam sportsbooks blacklist.

 

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