YesBet responds to SBR SCAM alert

Share with: has been added to the SBR sportsbook ratings guide at D-. On May 2nd, SBR issued a scam alert that YesBet was offering free $25 accounts to players; claiming to have over 10 years of experience, and spamming players with fake email headers. YesBet used the acronyms of popular iGaming forums to suggest the sportsbook was a new sponsor of those websites. YesBet addressed the deceptive mailer in this message to SBR staff.

"We have been made aware, that your website has marked us as a fraud company. We originally created an affiliate system in order to help strengthen our business.After some careful investigating, we at have concluded that one of our affiliates has indeed send out numerous e-mails without our knowledge, that in turn have made us look bad. Our investigation of the e-mail headers showed us that the mail server was located in the United Kingdom, as well as where the affiliate in question was located in. We can assure you that we never had the intention of spamming anyone for any reason. We have gone ahead and permanently suspended the affiliate in question for breaking our policy, as we do not condone spamming under any circumstance. This affiliate, in no way represents our company as an entirety and we do sincerely apologize for any poor image this has caused. We would ask that if you could please give our company a fair chance to prove to the community that we are indeed a fully legitimate business. Thank you very much for taking the time to read this e-mail. We at, anxiously await your reply.
-The Team "

SBR will update this report as more information is learned.

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