TopBet Running on Fumes Ahead of Football Season

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Aug/10/2017

Whether TopBet.com / TopBet.eu can make it into this football season remains to be seen as SportBookReview.com continues to report complaints coming into their website.

According to SBR, a Topbet Sportsbook player has claimed he has not received three payouts for a total of $7,500. The first payout request was dated March 25. The second and third requests were made in May. He has received only generic updates from Topbet since. SBR has requested comment from Topbet management.

Since at least the Super Bowl, an influx of payout complaints have flooded in about TopBet.

SBR has issued them an F grade as a result.  This grade is typically reserved only for sites that have stopped all payouts or are closed.

The football season provides an opportunity to breathe new life into North American-based online sportsbooks.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

 

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