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RealBet Sportsbook Payout Delays Mounting: Complaints Total $19K Owed

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Jan/17/2017

SportsBookReview.com has reported that RealBet Sportsbook recently acknowledged slow payouts but failed to offer a reason why.

Those who have filed complaints are owed a combined total of $19,000 and change.

RealBet released the following statement to SBR:

"We apologize that we cannot give specifics of our Players' accounts. What we can share with you is that yes, we are currently experiencing some delays on payout requests. But what we can guarantee is that our players will definitely still receive their payout."

Based out of Curacao, the site has received a D- grade from SportsBookReview, which we suppose is better than an F.   Complaints have been submitted to the site since June of 2016.

Sadly, it is quite common for underfunded and/or fly-by-night sportsbooks to go under immediately following the Super Bowl, which takes place the first Sunday in February.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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