TopBet Player Complaints Mount Though One Customer Reports Payment

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Oct/31/2017

Those of you following the Gambling911.com website over the past year are well aware of the slow pay situation that has been ongoing at TopBet Sportsbook.

SportsBookReview.com continues to monitor the matter and is happy to report that one such complaint has since gotten resolved.

From SBR:

A Topbet Sportsbook player reported receiving payment in bitcoin last week for what he described as the first payment in several months.

The same day, a Topbet player reported not being paid a $650 payout since April 28. At publication time, a complaint was filed from a player who said that he requested payment 22 business days ago and has received only generic updates that there are general processing delays.

-Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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