July Go Slow

Get your July bets on early - or suffer disappointment

a46c4888c9bcd8cd10caba71cd13840d2acb426879304fc42c1a2396cb4eb401Tabonline punters have experienced frustrating delays and failures when attempting to place their bets on one of South Africa’s biggest betting days of the years.

While Vodacom Durban July racegoers are enjoying a festive sunshine day at the Durban track, the day has developed into a nightmare for punters.

“How is it possible that they cannot get this right? On the one hand they are screaming for us to stop supporting the open bet, and then they sit with their fingers you know where on the big racedays,’ screamed a frustrated punter who said he was demanding a live debate with Phumelela management on Tellytrack.

“Who do these guys answer to?” asked the seasoned punter.

For stay-at-home and online punters the failure of the tote website to deliver a professional service is a repeat occurrence and happens most racedays of any note.

A Tellytrack announcement by Phumelela of a few moments ago blamed ‘high volumes’ for the slow service – or ‘congestion.’

Break a leg – just don’t throw your laptop out of the window!

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