Rats Jumping Ship: Marketing Man Quits EZ Street Sportsbook

 

Fallout continues as the BetIslands debacle continues to echo through Costa Rica sportsbooks 7RedSports.com and EZStreetsports.com. BetIslands closed up shop in December, taking $1.5 million in deposits with them. BetIslands employees, just days after soliciting deposits for that bankrupt, quickly moved on to  7Red and EZ Street.

Solid rumors have circulated among Costa Rican sportsbooks that BetIslands, 7Red and Ez Street are all connected. Pouring salt into the wounds, EZ Street offered what was called a “bailout package” that in actuallity was simply a generous bonus offer requiring a significant deposit to collect.. This offer was made only to select losing players. Winners weren’t welcome.s the BetIslands debacle continues to echo through Costa Rica sportsbooks 7RedSports.com and EZStreetsports.com. BetIslands closed up shop in December, taking $1.5 million in deposits with them. BetIslands employees, just days after soliciting deposits for that bankrupt, quickly moved on to 7Red and EZ Street.

Feedback to these events have been overwhelmingly negative. EZStreet Pete, marketing liason to various internet forums, had enough. He resigned from EZ Street, kicking and screaming on his way out the door. His final note, posted at the Rx Forum:

I joined up with good folks who do the right thing – I saw it myself week after week… and yet I have to read lies, inuendos, fantasy concoctions, etc about my company and nothing that anyone can say (much less do) ever seems to have the same impact to the general customer population of customers for sports books like EZStreet. Lies and rumors win out over the truth. How can this be?

Yet folks will go to some site like SBR and buy into the BS and deposit at clown shows like BetIslands turned out to be and then do everything they can to twist situations into making EZStreet look like they are the bad guys for trying to help out legitimate players who got burned at BI.

Go Figure…

So anyways, I apologize for my rant but it breaks my heart when I saw the looks on a few folks faces when they had to deal with BS calls and e-mails where instead of being viewed as the actual good guys I saw on a daily basis do over and over and over the rightest things get treated the way they got treated the last several weeks.”

Left unsaid was any concern to the hundreds of bettors who had thousands of dollars stolen from them by people now working side by side with Pete.

 

 

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