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Otobet Online Sportsbook Complaints Mount

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Nov/29/2016

Online sportsbook grading website SportsBookReview is reporting yet another complaint against Otobet Sportsbook and follows a series of previous complaints alleging nonpayment.

The latest complaint contends that a player has waited for a withdrawal of €680 since October 24, long beyond the company’s stated payout time frame.

Otobet has ceased communication with Sportsbook Review regarding player complaints, that website reports.

Otobet is part of the worst sportsbook blacklist and should be avoided, they added.

The online sportsbook is based out of San Jose, Costa Rica and and also operates Casino Atlanta and BetWinFX.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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