Troy asked in Games & RecreationGambling · 1 year ago

Where can you report a possibly sports book scam/ripoff when they refuse to give you money but admit they have a major issue?

Sports betting is legal now and I have an account with sugarhouse and they admitted to me they have a major issue effecting everyone that plays about nfls wager grading that is resulting in parlay bets getting taken advantage of. I placed a 3 team parlay not a lot of money but still first team won 2nd team pushed and the later game never played yet so I had a bad feeling about it and I wanted to cash out they never graded the ticket. I complained they finally graded it and said sorry we are getting numerous complaints and this is an ongoing issue with nfl but we are not responsible to me that’s basically telling g someone sorry we are scamming you. Fanduel just got in to trouble and finally paid someone out for 80000+.

This company is having an issue too and I have all the screen shots of them admitting to having a major problem and yet they won’t make do. They tell me it’s fair for me to lose money and that right there has to be against the law. Admitting to knowing about a major issue effecting users to successfully cash out early when they do have a cash out but the issue won’t let them cash out because the wagers are not graded immediately. How can I report this? They want to sit there and the me sorry were keeping your money but we are aware you were effected along with others because we have a issue with grading. That to me is not fair and wrong.

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  • 1 year ago

    I don't understand. How was the ticket supposed to be graded when the 3rd game hadn't been played yet?

    As for FanDuel, the guy tried to exploit an obvious glitch. He bet on a -600 favorite but received +80000 odds. There has never been an online sports book that would pay out in that situation. They all say in their Terms & Conditions that glitches don't pay. In fact, if you regularly try to exploit glitches, you'll be banned. If FanDuel forgot to mention glitches in their T&C then they're morons, but they're not scammers. If either party is a cheater, it's the guy who made the wager.

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  • Anonymous
    1 year ago

    IF it is truly legal in your jurisdiction, then you report the situation to the State Gaming Commission, and your local District Attorney and/or Bunco Squad (or equivalent).

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  • 1 year ago

    Damn! The day you can’t trust your bookie is a day I hope I never see.

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  • 1 year ago

    sue them

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