Slowest Paying Sportsbook of 2015: Sportsbook.ag
Sportsbook.ag (SBR rating D-), also known as Sportsbook.com, takes a minimum of eight weeks to process player withdrawals.
More than 300 complaints were submitted this calendar year from online sports bettors who have waited in excess of this time-frame to receive cheque withdrawals.
Sportsbook.ag players have reported being owed over $300,000.
The online sportsbook has provided only generic updates to players and SBR pinning the blame on third-party processors.
For players that have been around the block a few times, it is more of the same. Where there's smoke, there's fire, and the third-party processor excuse used by many low-rated online betting sites spells trouble.
Sportsbook.ag is listed on the worst sportsbook blacklist and should be avoided.
The Costa Rica based betting site confiscated over $150,000 from correlated parlay winners back in 2006, leading to the rating downgrade. The sportsbook has struggled to pay in a prompt manner for much of their history, despite massive marketing campaigns designed to lure in players who don't know any better.
Sportsbook.ag players who have not already done so are asked to submit a sportsbook complaint form. A small handful of players have reported receiving their overdue payouts recently. A multi-page discussion is also taking place the SBR Sportsbook & Industry forum on the slow-pay sportsbook.