Sportsbook scam alert on GlobalWagering.ws

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GlobalWagering.ws (SBR rating D-) has been added to the SBR blacklist. GlobalWagering is managed by a former sales clerk that is attempting to poach customers by using stolen player lists from his time working at other industry shops. GlobalWagering has a staff of five employees and is run out of a rented office in Nicaragua.

GlobalWagering came online on July 5th, 2012, immediately offering generous freeplay bonus trial accounts through email and forum promotions. The sportsbook software is Central Valley Tech, with the casino powered by Digital Gaming Solutions. GlobalWagering uses a company located in Costa Rica for its tech support, though sales clerks and manager Garret operate from Granada, Nicaragua.

GlobalWagering refused to disclose to SBR where its financial backing comes from, citing concerns about authorities. GlobalWagering claims that it has deep pockets with investors that have a combined 25+ years in the industry, but would not provide a single reference or data to support its claims.

When asked about its processing, GlobalWagering also refused to get into specifics, sharing only that it would offer cash payouts and other options to their most valuable customers.

To date, SBR has not received payment feedback from GW users.

SBR urges users to avoid new operations that surface prior to the start of football season, peddling bonus offers which seem too good to be true.

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