SBG Scam… A victim of Internet Smear Campaign

October 14th, 2010 by

sbg global sportsbookWhen a rival starts spreading lies about a company it generally means its doing something right to garner that type of attention. Why else would a competitor start spreading false information against SBG Global other than out of jealousy? A jealousy that is born out of SBG’s unrivaled success and unmatched client satisfaction?

Ordinarily this type of campaign would taken with a grain of salt but some of the rumors circulating on the Internet about SBG Global have been so virulent and so patently false in their content that it’s hard to just look the other way. With no way to substantiate many claims in Cyberspace and unregulated online forums for people to spread lies popping up every day it’s time to put these rumors to rest once and for.

SBG Global pays all its clients. Further it pays them in an efficient and timely manner. And if for whatever reason some sort of dispute arises it is addressed in an expedited manner. The rumors that SBG Global is running some kind of scam are simply that: rumors.

One particularly frequent lie about SBG Global has to do with a payout on an F1 Futures bet. That particular case was resolved over a year ago and there is no truth the rumors that it was a scam on SBG’s part.

There has also been negative commentary about the acquisition of several other online betting competitors. However, nothing could be further from the truth. The acquisition of these companies actually benefits SBG Global clients as it increases the companies capacity to deliver top quality service and increases customer choice which is what every good company should strive to do.

You don’t get to be the best online betting company in the world over a 15 year period by being complacent and SBG Global is continually working to improve its product and its services. Anyone who has ever dealt with SBG knows this and has returned time and time again because of the company’s superior performance.

And as to the lies being spread about SBG and the apparent smear campaign that its competitors have engineered: don’t believe everything you read on the Internet.

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