Friday evening, I deposited $35 into sportsbook.com account in order to place bets on the Belmont Stakes Saturday. Two of my bets were winners and I won $102.61. Sportsbook.com is going out of its way to make it difficult for me to collect the money that is owed to me. When I deposited money from my bank account to their account, I used my bank Visa debit card. The card is tied to my checking account. When I went to collect my winnings, they tell me I need to send a copy of photo I.D. and utility statements to prove my identity and home address. I tried faxing them the information many times with no response. Then, they tell to scan the documents. How many people have scanners? They weren’t at all concerned about me proving my identity and address when they took my money. But now that they owe me money all of the sudden they claim to need to see proof of identity and address. I have never run into anything like this before.
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