Birmingham news Single dad defeats Betfred in court after being denied £1.7 million prize PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Lincolnshire punter Andrew Green is taking the high street bookies to court after being denied the hefty payout
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A bookmaker customer who was denied a staggering £1.7 million prize has defeated Betfred in court. Lincolnshire punter Andrew Green is taking the high street bookies to court after being denied the hefty payout. Green, 54, has won a High Court fight against Betfred's refusal to pay a £1.7 million jackpot he won in an online casino. Speaking after the judgment in his favour, Mr Green told the PA news agency: "I'm numb, very numb. Pleased it's over and done with, still so unreal. I don't know what to say, it's just unreal, we finally got it to an end, there's relief.
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"People who use these platforms hopefully will realise with my story there is justice out there and don't be bullied by these people and in the end, justice will be theirs, it will happen as it has for me." He added: "I did nothing wrong, I played a game, I was congratulated for five days on being a millionaire, and then it was snatched away from me."
He won the huge sum in a game of Magic Seven on the bookmaker's website. But Betfred has refused to pay out. Mr Green, from Washingborough, has had no choice but to take them to court. Betfred said a "glitch" was to blame. He said he felt "robbed" after being denied the staggering payout after winning the prize.
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