Sportsbook.com (now trading as sportsbook.ag) has become untrustworthy, having lied to its business partners. It even announced it was no longer accepting Americans as a deliberate attempt to scam people. That is very odd behavior. We prefer to stick with firms that tell the truth, and you should too.
There are also numerous reports of them delaying payouts to its players for months or finding feeble excuses not to pay at all. The customer service, especially in the cashier’s department, is reported to be abysmal. There are even reports of staff hanging up the phone on players! This is shocking and not typical of a good online betting company. So Sportsbook.com is not recommended at all.
If you think we hold a grudge or are exaggerating what an awful company it is then simply go to your search engine of choice and search ‘sportsbook.com scam.’ It is possible some of the thousands of allegations are unfair, but a good firm, such as the ones we do rate on this site, barely attract a single complaint. In addition, Sportsbook.ag has lied to and cheated USAbetting on a business level.
They were not always this problematic. Historically, it was one of the first online betting companies when it started out in 1997 before being sold to Sportingbet and then sold back to some of the Sportingbet directors at a discounted price in a deal that looked far too close for comfort.
It is solely USA focused. It does not accept clients from any other countries. It has over three million US players on its books but that number is shrinking as its bad reputation spreads. As well as covering betting markets and events on all American sports and horseracing, it also has online casino and poker offerings. It has managed to ruin its own name with poor service, so steer well clear of Sportsbook.com, also known as sportsbook.ag, until we advise otherwise.
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