GTBets to Honour Funds of Three Defunct Online Gambling Operations

Published Monday, September 12, 2011 - Online-Casinos.com

VIP.com, BetGameday and Nine.com, have become a new and improved web site known as GTBets.com. The three sites were shut down back in August but as luck would have it GTBets.com has bought up the assets and hardware of the operations and has kept the essential staff and infrastructure in place in order to maintain the flow. The best news is for those who had their funds in accounts with the former VIP.com, BetGameday and Nine.com, web sites as their account balances will be restored by the new entity  GTBets.com..

A company press release states, GTbets.com is a new group that has acquired the software from the VIP.com group which also includes BetGameDay, NINE and VIP. As a result of the closure of the VIP.com group there were a number of customers that had remaining balances in their accounts. In an effort to ensure that all of these customers are accommodated, the GTbets.com group is willing to honor all balances from customers that are able to prove the remaining balance with the VIP.com group. GTbets.com has hired a number of the key employees from the VIP.com group with the intentions of providing the same great customer support, promotions, odds and timely payouts. It is our aim to be a top tier online entertainment destination.

The VIP sportsbook is offering help for those with questions or contact GTBets.com directly or Sportsbook Review to confirm their balance. Advertizing from the new web site GTBets brought the situation to the attention of former clients. The original intention of the group was to give former VIP players credit for the new site as long as they made final payout requests before the 1st October 2011. Those restrictions have now been taken away to present a more positive image.
Considering the odds for those who were involved in the shut down gambling sites this is a win win situation. Players get there accounts sorted out and the new gaming site gets an established client list.
 

 

 

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