Hey everyone - was hoping to get some opinions on this -
On 1/6 I place a bet on MyBookie, $100 on Brady to win MVP at +630.
Today, I noticed the bet was deleted and I had my $100 back.
I check mybookie every day when placing bets. It is one of 4 sites that are my "regulars" where I shop for the best lines. It is also my #1 in tie breakers (multiple sites with same lines/juice) so I can avoid getting taxed, and I like their rewards program the best.
Anyway, point is, since 1/6, everyday I login, nothing seems amiss. Today I got on to check the NHL lines there, and noticed I had too much money in my account. Check my spreadsheet, check my open bets, and notice my brady bet is missing from MyBookie.
I checked everywhere in my account, no sign of it.
When I called customer service, they told me that they can delete a bet at any time without warning if they deem the line was incorrect. I get that - I once saw a spread that should have been -3 post at +6. I took the bet, and then mid game noticed it was deleted. I didn't even bother calling them, because I knew that was wrong.
But this seems more like a case of, I got a great value on a future, the market moved (around +400 today), and mybookie wanted to get that risk off their books so they deleted it. I assumed they deleted anyone that had that line. I can't imagine my piddly $100 to win $630 matters to them. But if ALOT of big fish got on that, I could see them wanting to clear all that risk and say, "woops, bad line!".
Dont worry, my Lamar Jackson and Russel Wilson pre-season MVP tickets are still there! Thank god they didn't delete those!
Anyway, would love some opinions or thoughts on this. Has anyone seen anything like this before?
And now it doubly sucks, because I cant find a MVP market anywhere in the USA "legal" sites or in bovada or bookmaker.