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Case for a class action; LETTERS.

BETFAIR have relied on the small print for voiding bets on the in-running market on the Voler La Vedette race due to an 'obvious error'. If the layer can void bets for obvious errors then surely punters also can void losing bets they lay for obvious errors? The horse's trainer has stated that the horse was never 28-1, but that is not the point. The point is that Betfair offered the odds of 28-1. If ever there was a case for a class action this is it. Punters should group together for a test case. There is an arguable case.

Bart Daly Dublin
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Jan 8, 2012
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