Topbet.eu Complaints March 13 Update

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Mar/12/2017

Gambling911.com continues to monitor the concerns over TopBet.eu, a good number of which have been resolved but issues do continue.

This online sportsbook may be suffering from growth issues as they have been dealing with difficulties processing payouts (not entirely unusual in the current climate where banking options are limited).  TopBet.com has since incorporated Bitcoin, which appears to be helping reduce the strain.  The situation can be monitored here

One player wrote on the SBRForum over the weekend that Bitcoin was no longer being offered as an option.

Was told today that they are only offering checks now,,, no bank wires or bitcoin. I assume this to be temporary, at least for the bank wires. I have a feeling the bitcoin payouts will always be limited by and based the amount of $ players deposit in bitcoin.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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