|As part of a promotion, new sportsbook BigJuicyOdds.com has announced that it will pay out to players turned down on another site, SBGGlobal.com.|
The San Jose-based sportsbook stated that the funds of up to ten players were recently frozen and seized by SBGGlobal.com due allegations of the participants running a syndicate. The players were alleged to have all used the same handicapping service with a SBGGlobal.com spokesperson insisting at the time that the company was ‘user friendly, not abuser friendly’.
'We won't be cheated,' said the spokesperson for SBGGlobal.com.
'While we rarely have to, we do defend ourselves from this type of group play and it is clearly posted on our website, no syndicate or professional betting action allowed.”
However, BigJuicyOdds.com is offering to pay out an estimated total of $100,000 into the accounts of the SBGGlobal.com clients without asking them for a deposit.
Cost Rican BigJuicyOdds.com is new to the industry and offers to pay affiliates twice their normal earnings. By paying out the other sportsbook’s bets and providing one-on-one customer care, it hopes to make an impact and raise the standards of sportsbook criteria.
“Player suggested promotions, special offers and one-on-one VIP treatment is the model we will follow,” said Charlie Stanton, Director of Operations for BigJuicyOdds.com.
“We will do anything to make our players comfortable and extremely satisfied.”