LiveSports.ag Complaints: Promises Payouts by March 24

Written by:
Guest
Published on:
Mar/13/2017

Gambling911.com has posted a new addition to its Online Sportsbook Complaints page.

LiveSports.ag - It remains to be seen how much longer they stay alive.  The slow pays have been mounting.  Livesports.ag claims it has been hit by processing issues, which Gambling911.com can confirm have occurred since the Super Bowl.  The good news is they expect to have everyone paid by March 24 after incorporating new processors.  We hope this is the case. 

The bad news regarding this online sportsbook is that complaints already started rolling in back in January (even before that) and, the payouts that have been made, are partial, in some cases 10 percent of what is owed.  That is never a good sign.  

The Costa Rica-based sportsbook is celebrating its 2nd year in business. 

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

Gambling News

Prosecutors File Motion to Protect Secret Witness at Aging Mobster's Trial

Prosecutors in Boston filed a motion to protect the identity of a “secret” witness in the murder trial of former 84-year-old mob boss Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme.  They called it a "matter of life or death".

Joe 'The Bookie' Says He Won't Be Impacted by Supreme Court Ruling Legalizing U.S. Sports Betting

Since last Monday's stunning Supreme Court decision that now allows legalized sports betting in states that are open to the activitiy, Gambling911.com has been hearing from bookmakers, agents and Pay Per Heads (not to mention actuual online sportsbook operators).  All appear to be in agreement:  The Supreme Court ruling will have little if any negative impact upon their businesses, at least not in the short term.

Bet365 Expected to Keep Main Hub in Gibraltar?

Bet365 says it will retain its strong presence in, and commitment to, Gibraltar despite confirming reports this weekend of a move to Malta. The company currently employs some 1000 employees in Gibraltar. 

Jailed Man Claims Vegas Mass Shooter Railed Against Government, Would Be Confiscating Guns

A man who says he met Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock less than a month before the Oct. 1 attack told authorities that Paddock had ranted against the government and warned that law enforcement and the military would start confiscating guns.

Monster Byte Review

Here Gambling911.com reviews Monster Byte, which claims to have been founded in 2013 and creates white label cryptocasinos, fully optimized for mobile devices. 

Syndicate