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7 Complaints On Burnbet Sportsbook and Casino

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Nov/28/2017

A total of seven Burnbet Sportsbook and casino players have filed reports of non-payment, according to SportsBookReview.com, a site that grades bookmakers.

“The players all share consistent stories of making a deposit, working up a bit of a balance, and then never receiving their withdrawals. One such player has been waiting since September 25th for payment of funds.”

Burnbet is an online sportsbook also offering casino games, live dealer games, and live/in-play betting using Aristocrat Gaming, Casino Technology, EGT, Igrosoft, Novomatic, and XPG software licensed in Curaçao. The site's primary language is English. A download is not required to place a wager.

In addition to the SBR warning, a “rogue” advisory has been issued by CasinoCity.com.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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