BetDSI.com Website Technical Issues Should be Resolved by Week's End

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Jul/12/2017

Though BetDSI.com did post on its website that there would be anticipated downtime this week, some issues may be persisting longer than expected.  Gambling911.com is here to give you the lowdown.  No need to be alarmed.  Your money is safe.

For the past several years BetDSI.com has shared facilities with Bookmaker.eu, which owns a nine story building in San Jose, Costa Rica.  BetDSI.com, in business since 1997, has outgrown its space there and has sought to relocate.

Some of you may have experienced balance issues.  These are almost 90 percent resolved and should be completely resolved by week’s end.

Sites opt for this time of year to make changes ahead of the critical Football season.

Other than the bugs that might be experienced over the next 24-48 hours, players will see little change in their BetDSI.com experience.

Here is the statement issued by BetDSI.com:

"Based on the changing Industry landscape and excellent growth over the past years, BetDSI will be changing locations and initiating the process of upgrading and adding improved software and services. The move will ensure our members will enjoy a more modern software platform with a number of new additional products to choose from. For the past 20 years, BetDSI has been and will remain to be an independent business within the Marketplace. Our business to business and business to client relationships have always been paramount to our growth and success and will continue to be the main focus of the company. We appreciate and thank our members for choosing BetDSI and we look forward to continue providing the best service in the market."

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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