You may recall my report about the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation refusing to pay out a few small jackpots I was fortunate enough to win. Well, it seems I’m not the only one being mistreated by the OLG.
After the report aired, a Toronto man reached out to The Rebel to speak about his tales of OLG woe.
Watch as I share what has happened to “Jimmy,” who is very good when it comes to betting on U.S. college football games.
If you happen to win more often than you lose when it comes to sports wagering, expect to be put through the grinder and endure so-called “investigations” in which OLG flunkies will ask deeply personal questions that have nothing to do with the integrity of the game.
Despite a scathing Ombudsman’s report in 2008, customers are still treated in an abusive manner proving yet again that while all monopolies are bad, government-run monopolies are especially odious.