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Darkforcesofevil
23 Jan 14 17:43
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Not good news this if you are trying to get cash out of these clowns after months of wrangling...

http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/financial-services/betting-executives-adjudicated-bankrupt-1.1664686

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By:
Kerrygold
When: 26 Jan 14 02:32
yeah anything to do with them would be a disaster , they are still in the betting business lol
anyone that bets with them or anyhting that they are related to - deserves to get knocked ......

these clowns should get out of the betting game before they get themselves hurt
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 28 Jan 14 13:40
anyone heard anything since last week on this lot?
By:
Dr Doo Lay
When: 31 Jan 14 20:24
no. i keep listening. been trying to get 2k out of there for months now.
By:
Kerrygold
When: 01 Feb 14 07:50
keep ringing them everydayHappy
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 11 Mar 14 11:27
Dr Doo Lay - have they bothered to pay you yet?
They are unregulated and unlicensed from what I can see, with the Irish government simply washing their hands of them.
The site is still running, I'd advise anyone thinking about joining... DON'T
By:
Dr Doo Lay
When: 04 Apr 14 19:02
No, no payment received.

The Irish Small Claims court will not proceed with a claim against them stating it is a debt or refund so is a civil case.

A class action civil case would be an option but i feel they'd walk away and close down before getting hit
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 22 Jul 14 06:11
JuSt bumping this to again urge everyone to avoid like the plague
By:
Kerrygold
When: 22 Jul 14 07:34
u might need to get the viper involved

http://www.viperdebtrecovery.com/

if these fellas get involved you will get your cash less whatever u pay them  - they operate out of dublin

nice fellasLove
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 22 Jul 14 20:33
I ought to say there is now a Facebook group set up to highlight this blatant thievery from SportsSpread.

THe more people who join up and sign the letter there the better IMO.

www.facebook.com/groups/711478652245188/ should work or search for Facebook Fight Against SportsSpread
By:
Tom
When: 22 Jul 14 21:23
I was sent a flyer from these ***** only a few weeks ago. Luckily I was aware of what they had done.
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 22 Jul 14 21:47
Well done Tom. Keep spreading the word
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 28 Jul 14 19:38
This is the less than helpful response from the Dublin tax office when I asked them who regulates/licenses SportsSpread in Ireland.

"Dear XXXX

Revenue officers are obliged to treat personal and business information of a taxpayer in the strictest of confidence and not to disclose it to third parties. Therefore regarding the information that you require I regret that due to reasons of confidentiality I am unable to help you in this instance."

So as it stands SS can continue to trade with no protection at all for any new customers sucked in by their bonus offers.
Just unbelievable.
By:
skanksta.
When: 06 Nov 14 19:23
Bumping this - just been knocked by SS.

Been using them for years w/o problems before so didn't think to check before trading.
By:
pandemic
When: 13 Nov 14 16:35
Owed over a grand for a couple of months from these cowboys. Emails ignored. Hideous excuses on the phone like 'Account's dept doesn't work on Friday. Leave details and someone will reply' No further correspondence from them. Any advise would be appreciated.
By:
FX GUN
When: 18 Nov 14 15:50
Ive been owed over £6k now for over a year. Totally rude and full of lies. I know of at least 20 other people owed money too. It frankly amazes me at the apathy of the police, Irish authorities etc towards this filty company.
By:
Kerrygold
When: 20 Nov 14 05:00
bad situation here , as i said the viper is yer manLove
By:
reb
When: 20 Nov 14 16:44
I had difficulty getting money from this company as far back as 2008.However,I did get paid. I remember that their spread lines were often totally out of sync with their competitors. They couldn't last. Surprised anyone has been betting with them these last few years.
By:
Statbet
When: 25 Nov 14 13:15
I too am owed over £1k by this company and despite numerous emails and calls I am getting nowhere, with their rude, obnoxious accounts person refusing to discuss repayment of the debt.  I have contacted a debt collection agency in Ireland but need others to back up this action and improve our chances of recovering our money.  I've also contacted Watchdog and urge OTHERS to do so via their on-line form or via email watchdog@bbc.co.uk - PLEASE contact me to discuss what we can do together - WE CANNOT LET THIS COMPANY GET AWAY WITH THIS.
By:
uncle nasty
When: 25 Nov 14 23:24
do viper have pals hove way? sportingbet directors owe me a big lump
By:
Kerrygold
When: 25 Nov 14 23:54
no Uncle

what happened here with sportingbet  ?

can u shed some light on it...thanks
By:
uncle nasty
When: 26 Nov 14 02:57
sportingoptions....sorry long time ago.
directors used clients funds to bet.
25 per cent if anyone wants to ask these nice gents for my brass back plus interest.
By:
Kerrygold
When: 26 Nov 14 05:47
ah ok bud

well sportingoptions situation u are bunched here..u have zero chance...
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 26 Nov 14 07:26
A few wheels have been set in motion against SS. We wait and see
By:
Statbet
When: 27 Nov 14 12:40
Anyone any progress with this for anyone? - as they are sending out promotions every day to promote their services I suggest we keep promoting this thread to the top so any unsuspecting potential new Clients are aware of what the are doing!
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 28 Nov 14 13:17
Statbet Ive messaged you some info
By:
Statbet
When: 07 Dec 14 18:42
How about we all bombard their trading desk with requests?  I'm owed over £1k but as I've requested this withdrawal (on 1st October) my balance is zero...so by requesting bets we're taking up their traders time and pissing them off!  Suggest we co-ordinate our efforts for maximum effect.
By:
Statbet
When: 08 Dec 14 20:34
Still getting their daily offers...****s
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 09 Dec 14 12:25
Thats what we are trying to do! Have you joined the FB group?
By:
Statbet
When: 13 Dec 14 09:26
No, send me the link and I will do...Watchdog have told me they are going to investigate these crooks next week.
By:
Thin and Crispy
When: 13 Dec 14 13:19
Have you tried going to the papers about this? I think the Mail on Sunday and The Sunday Times take up this sort of thing.
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 15 Dec 14 11:53
Statbet - did they seem keen? the SS server is based in UK - Skipton i think, so theoretically could be held liable by UK customers
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 18 Dec 14 13:32
ttt
By:
Statbet
When: 26 Dec 14 10:28
aaa
By:
Statbet
When: 26 Dec 14 10:35
Sports Spread is a fully licensed bookmaker in the Republic of Ireland and operates a spread betting and fixed-odds business. The company offers its clients the opportunity to place spread bets on a wide range of sporting and political markets, both online at www.sportsspread.com or via its Trading Desk, which is located within Dublin’s Financial Services district. The firm was established in 2000 and is owned and managed by members of the executive team, many of whom have been with the company since its launch. Fergus Rice is Chairman and owner. Eoin Ryan is the company’s Managing Director. Brian O’Neill, co-founder of the business in 2000, is a non-executive Director. Trusted, secure and established, Sports Spread banks with Bank of Ireland and Barclays UK
By:
Statbet
When: 26 Dec 14 10:42
50, Pembroke Road,
Ballsbridge,
Dublin 4.

Company Number:315317
By:
Kerrygold
When: 28 Dec 14 07:32
fergus rice is main guy it seems
By:
Dav_vin03
When: 31 Dec 14 00:57
why not sell your debt to a local collector?
By:
Darkforcesofevil
When: 04 Jan 15 17:37
ttt
By:
Gullible
When: 13 Jan 15 09:41
there's a blog about them here

http://warningsportsspread.wordpress.com/2014/12/14/warning-do-not-trade-with-sportsspread/
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