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World Sports Exchange Latest Scam: Free Money Bonus

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jan/25/2011
World Sports Exchange

Those waiting months for payouts from World Sports Exchange (WSEX.com) were greeted to a shocking message in their email boxes over the past few days.

WSEX.com is essentially offering FREE MONEY.  The problem is, the company is insolvent, with dozens upon dozens of payout complaints.

One would have to worry that World Sports Exchange will be on its last leg after Super Bowl. 

This latest offer is an attempt to get fresh money in for the big game.

Jay Cohen, the company’s founder and someone who still has involvement, became famous in “Forum Land” for denouncing online sportsbooks that offered signup bonuses greater than 10 percent, claiming there was no way they could pay such aggressive promos.  He's a former nuclear scientist.  Go figure!

Well……Heeeeeeeeeeeer’s Jay….

Dear Sports Fan,

The Pro Football Championship is here.

From now until the day of the big game, World Sports Exchange would like to offer you either a standard 25% Deposit Bonus or an optional 35% Deposit Bonus.

Simply make any deposit, and your standard 25% Deposit Bonus will automatically credit to your account.

If you want to claim your special 35% Deposit Bonus, please contact us prior to making your deposit and we'll set it up. That's all there is to it.

If you have any questions about funding your account or what option is best for you, please contact one of our payment specialists at accounts@wsex.com, or call us at (888) 671-325

Remember, if you don't have action, nothing can happen!

WSEX.com

*Offer valid until Sunday, February 6th, 2011.

** 25% Standard Bonus. Maximum bonus is $2,500 on a $10,000 deposit. Bonus requires a 10x rollover in the sportsbook. WSEX uses the amount risked in calculating bonus rollovers. Live Wagering, Long-Term Markets, Poker, and Casino do not count towards rollover requirements.

*** 35% Optional Bonus. Maximum bonus is $3,500 on a $10,000 deposit. Bonus requires a 15x rollover in the sportsbook. WSEX uses the amount risked in calculating bonus rollovers. Live Wagering, Long-Term Markets, Poker, and Casino do not count towards rollover requirements.

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