SBR & Bookmakersreview

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These two sites provide a goldmine of information about almost every bookmaker around, updated on a daily basis. The ratings for bookies which you will see around the site are from here, and the colour coding used was based on the different ratings bands on these sites. If you have an issue with a bookmaker which cannot be sorted (eg if the bookie will not reply to emails), these sites will try to help you resolve the dispute.

Sportsbook Review

Sportsbook Review is an American website which carries information about many online bookmakers. Each one is given a rating, and a complete list of the bookmakers they rate can be found here:…+/default.aspx

If you click on the name of the bookmaker you are interested in you will see any complaints which SBR has received about that bookmaker.

In general you should be wary of bookies with ratings below C- (SBR advises caution with any rated less than B+), although it should be said that some companies with lowish ratings are ok. Not all bookmakers are covered – many of the European bookies are absent.

In addition they have a useful blacklist here:

If you have money in any of these bookmakers you are advised to get it out asap.


Bookmakersreview is a similar site with a bit more emphasis on European bookies. If you can’t find the bookmaker on SBR it may be on bookmakersreview. They have a green list, an amber list and a red list, and an alphabetical list of bookies here:…phabetical/all

They grade the bookies from 1(bad) to 5 (excellent) – a full explanation of their ratings and review system can be found here:

Although SBR and BR usually rate individual bookies similarly, occasionally there are significant differences between their ratings. I have found that SBR tend to favour US facing bookies, and in particular some of those licensed in Costa Rica appear to be given very high ratings. Bookmakersreview has a bigger list, but fewer complaints reports, so using both sites together is the best policy.

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