Betdna Changing Betting Lines?

The POGG publishes customer complaint backed by screen-shots

Amid an ever-growing list of "slow pay" and other complaints, The POGG has reported a customer accusation that alleges BetDNA sportsbook changed betting lines after bets placed had been confirmed.
The POGG has published customer-captured screenshots of the betting lines in question.
This Costa Rica-based operator has a mottled history, in which late last year it was found to be illegally offering genuine Microgaming content to which it had no-right-of-access and counterfeit "rip-offs" of Playtech games on BetDNA sister site Pamper Casino.
In July 2016, the CasinoAffiliateNow Group were accused again of offering counterfeit games from NetEnt and are reportedly still currently offering "non-genuine" Playtech, Novomatic and NetEnt games, The POGG reports.
Direct line of ownership is difficult to establish with mention of CasinoAffiliateNow Group and Operia Group Limited. Other online sites seemingly linked include MoneyStorm.com, AC Casino at onlinecasino.ac, PamperCasino.com, casinogirl.eu, and BetDNA.com which claim software content from a variety of providers that include Betsoft, GreenTube, TopGame, Novomatic, IgroSoft, ViG, Concept Gaming, Playtech, NetEnt, IGT, Parlay Games and Amatic Industries.
Respected "advocate of fair play" Casinomeister listed Pamper Casino in its rogue casino category back in June 2008 and again in July 2016. Casinomeister's forums are littered with complaints concerning BetDNA, Pamper Casino, MoneyStorm Casino and AC Casino.
The POGG full report, including customer-captured screenshots, can be accessed here: http://thepogg.com/betdna-sportbook-lines-changing-after-bet/#Important

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