WSEX Payouts Still Dwindling In This Week

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Troubled online gambling website World Sports Exchange (WSEX.com) has begun issuing checks to customers once again this week and offered some ray of hope to at least one individual suggesting that the payment issues should be resolved in the next 30 days.

WSEX.com has been cash-strapped for the past year at least.

A few customers on the SBR Forum report receiving checks this week.

“A guy I know who was waiting on a $2,500 Moneybookers payout from early April got paid today,” reported one member of the forum.  Another claimed to have received a tracking number for the check.

World Sports Exchange hasn’t completely stopped making payments though customers report wait times as long as six months.

Co-founder Jay Cohen over the past 10 years has regularly attacked his competitors when it comes to various payout disputes and other improprieties.  Some of these competitors are among the most financially sound today.

Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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