The site itself had a decent amount of information, but not everything I needed. After gathering what I could from the site, I called in to verify information and have the questions answered that were not available. I should also note at this point that some of the navigation on the site can be a bit tricky and I would imagine a novice could get a bit frustrated.Upon calling, the phone was picked up immediately. However, when I made my first inquiry, I was put on hold for about two minutes while I was transferred to an agent that could answer my questions. The gentleman who answered was pleasant enough. He spoke English, but was obviously a foreigner and it took a bit of straining to understand everything he was saying.
I went right down my list of questions to verify prices and was immediately told that prices listed on the website are the best prices, not the actual prices for all accounts. In this case, I told the agent I would be bringing in about 20 players. He informed me the cost would be $9 per player ($5 listed on the site) for Internet wagering only. If I chose the standard package instead of the basic, it would be $17 per player ($10 listed on site) for Internet and call in service. If I wanted to go with the premium package, it would be $28 per player ($20 listed on site) for Internet and call in service along with some added features. In fact, my player count would need to be 300 players before I could actually take advantage of the prices listed on the site.
This definitely was cause for alarm as it is the typical bait and switch. I immediately asked about the free trial and was informed that it was not actually a free trial, but a test account for the bookies to go onto the betting site to see what they had to offer. I was given a username and pass code to check out the site (www.justwagers.com). The agent also informed me that if I were to go with the premium package, I would actually have my own site for the players to use.The site does not offer live casino wagering, but it does offer RNG casino action. Unfortunately, most players are weary of this type of casino, so it is not a real benefit. The site does offer poker, but it is not run by them and requires a separate account to be set up. Agent was unclear as to the fees that would be involved in setting up accounts with poker access.
At this time, the site does not accept credit cards, but does take Money Gram, Postal Money Orders, and Cashier's Checks. A deposit is required that is based on your initial player count. In other words, if you have 20 players for a standard account, you would be required to give them a deposit of $340 before you could start and you must have the following week deposited before the cycle flips. This is a major concern, as you realistically would need to put up two week's worth of payments to ensure your players would not get shut out.
While the company has been in business for twelve years, I found it a bit alarming that the agent did not know the name of the operating software. Many of the other sites in this business actually have that information available on their website. Why is it not listed here?
All in all, I would have to steer clear of this site, as there are just too many concerns and quite a bit of misinformation on the site. At first glance, it looks like a great deal, but our investigating found you simply could not believe what you read on their site. It simply is not the best way to start a business relationship.
Private Website: No
Live Dealers: No
HTTPS sites: No