SportsBook Advisor Rating Guide
Sportsbook Rating Guide – Grading the Books
|A+||Top Notch – Best of the Best.|
|A- to A||Great Sportsbook. To be Trusted.|
|B- to B+||Good sportsbook with one or two weak areas. Or if a newer sportsbook, it is working it’s way up the ladder.|
|C- to C+||Majority of customers happy, but multiple confirmed bad experiences i.e. slow pays and/or poor customer service. Or for newer sportsbooks, this is a good initiation range after receiving positive feedback.|
|D- to D+||Problems with Payouts – Customer Service, etc. Multiple Complaints. Or for newer sportsbooks, this is the initiation range after receiving negative feedback.|
|F||Scam, stay away, stay far away|
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Further Rating Information:
Climbing the Charts
When initiating a rating, we take existing information from forums and emails that readers have sent us and then check their validity. We then issue what we determine to be a fair grade and as time goes on, adjust that grade to reflect further information obtained. For newer sportsbooks; we cannot initiate them at a high rating unless they are managed/owned by a longtime highly rated company. We usually take what little feedback exists and either start them at a C or D Rating until we get more feedback.
Out of Business Sportsbooks
To keep our rating chart from getting cluttered with information that most people aren’t looking for we only list active sportsbooks, i.e. sportsbooks that can take a deposit right now. When a sportsbook goes out of business we will keep it listed on the rating chart for several months with an (offline) moniker next to it. We will then delete it from all active rating and review lists. However, we keep records on that sportsbook in order to be able to associate it with any possible future scams so that we may warn our readers.