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More TonyBet Slow Payouts: Player Waits Three Months for €500 Payout

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Oct/27/2016

  • TonyBet suspicious of player account ownership despite individual providing what he says is proof to website monitor SBR
  • Player says online gambling firm refuses to payout on €500 owed
  • TonyBet attempted to address a spate of payout issues this past May

A poker and sports betting website started by famed player and politician Antanas ‘Tony G’ Guoga continues to deal with payout issues despite operating from the online gambling-friendly region of Slovenia.

In the most recent case brought to the attention of sportsbook rating website SportsBookReview.com, a player claims to be waiting nearly 3 months for a €500 payout.

The player provided a Neteller screen capture to TonyBet as requested to establish that he is indeed the owner of the Neteller account used to deposit to the sports betting site.

However, TonyBet has not accepted the proof of Neteller account ownership according to the player and he has been given no new information over the course of the last three months.

TonyBet admitted to having issues and attempted to address previous payout concerns with Management back in May.

At the time they issued this statement:

"We're working on this situation unfortunately we're not able to get all the information and see the whole picture as quick and as good as we would like to. Our management team is flying to meet our partners in a few days. We're all working on it and I'll constantly update you on what we have. "

Most industry observers believe TonyBet to be solvent.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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