Topic: Is this kosher?

The concept of match betting, if you don't know is taking up sign up and reload offers from bookies, finding something with the same odds on betfair and then betting to win on the bookies with your free bet, betting to lose on betfair exchange and having a guaranteed profit if it wins or loses.

There is a free section with 2 offers that will make around 40 quid, not ask for a credit card number or anything and then there is a platinum where you have to sign up and pay 17.99 for all the offers updating all the time, a forum etc with the best offers.

I took the free offer, made the 40 quid, then signed up for a month using the profit and carried on through the rest of the offers.

I know it sounds mad but basically it is a mathematical certainty that you will earn money using this, it's not gambling its hedging and creaming off the free offers.


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I'm pretty confident that his claims of £2000 a month are ridiculous.

For a start 100s of bookmakers? A change to the law now means that many bookmakers not licensed and paying point of sales task won't take bets from UK based customers, Pinnacle and SBO bet for example.

Many bookmakers now require you to roll over offer-money x amount of times before you can withdraw it, Bet365 for example, that is designed to make bonus snatching less appealing.

From my experience he is seriously overstating the number of  reload offers you will receive each month.

So it's possible you can make a few quid doing this for a short period of time but it's ridiculous to suggest you can make a living doing this, if he was seriously making good money doing this, the smart thing to do would be to quietly get on with it, there will be much more money to be made by guiding people to an easy payout and hoping they sign up for a month or even better a year.

Bookmakers have been offering free bets etc for over ten years now, this sort of thing dates back to the start of internet betting, bookmakers offers have evolved since then and they are much more careful, all their best offers are for casino or bingo where you cannot counterbalance your bets.

And finally this can be done without signing up, just go on websites such as oddschecker or betexplorer and work through the list of bookmakers.

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Bet365 have a very good offer on some big midweek football games, there is one tonight bot the Champions League game.

I think it goes something like this, have a £50 bet before the game and get a free inplay bet of £50.

I'm not allowed to take advantage of offers so don't know the full details and whether you have to take above a minimum price etc, but there is the opportunity to ensure a profit by counterbalancing in betfair.

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The details


Barcelona v Bayern In-Play Bet Offer

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Barcelona take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Wednesday 6th May - and we’ve got a fantastic In-Play bet offer to add to the excitement.

Place a pre-match bet on the Barcelona v Bayern Munich game and we will give you a risk free In-Play bet to the same stake on the big match.

To qualify for your risk free In-Play bet, simply place a bet before kick-off, then once the game starts place another bet on any In-Play market. If your FIRST In-Play bet loses we will refund this stake, up to the same value as your largest pre-match bet (max £50*).

As always, there'll be plenty to choose from with over 70 In-Play markets available throughout the game including Next Goal, Match Goals, Total Corners, Half-Time Result, Full-Time Result and much more.

With an extensive range of pre-match and In-Play markets and a fantastic In-Play bet offer, bet365 is the number one place for all your Soccer betting.

*or currency equivalent

Terms and Conditions

    This offer applies to bets placed on the Barcelona v Bayern Munich Champions League match, played on Wednesday 6th May 2015.
    Risk free bet value will be equal to the stake of your largest pre-match single bet placed on the Barcelona v Bayern Munich Champions League match, played on Wednesday 6th May 2015, up to a maximum of £50*. Pre-match bets that are fully or partly Cashed Out will not qualify for the offer, whether Cashed Out pre-match or In-Play. The largest pre-match bet that has not been fully or partly Cashed Out will qualify (up to £50*).
    Risk free bet will be deemed your first single bet placed In-Play on the Barcelona v Bayern Munich Champions League match, played on Wednesday 6th May 2015. If your first single In-Play bet is fully or partly Cashed Out, you will no longer be eligible to receive this offer.
    Note that 'pre-match' is defined as bets placed prior to kick-off of the Barcelona v Bayern Munich Champions League match, played on Wednesday 6th May 2015 and 'In-Play' is defined as any bet struck after the game has kicked off.
    Both your pre-match and In-Play bets must be paid for in the usual way. If your risk free bet loses, your stake will be refunded to your account within two hours of the end of the game. Maximum risk free bet per customer is £50*.
    Where more than one In-Play selection is placed on the same betslip, the risk free bet will be deemed to be the one which is first on the betslip.
    Where any term of the offer or promotion is breached or there is any evidence of a series of bets placed by a customer or group of customers, which due to a deposit bonus, enhanced payments, free bets, risk free bets or any other promotional offer results in guaranteed customer profits irrespective of the outcome, whether individually or as part of a group, bet365 reserves the right to reclaim the bonus element of such offers and in their absolute discretion either settle bets at the correct odds, void the free and risk free bets or void any bet funded by the deposit bonus. In addition bet365 reserve the right to levy an administration charge on the customer up to the value of the deposit bonus, free bet, risk free bet or additional payment to cover administrative costs. We further reserve the right to ask any customer to provide sufficient documentation for us to be satisfied in our absolute discretion as to the customer's identity prior to us crediting any bonus, free bet, risk free bet or offer to their account.
    All customer offers are limited to one per person, family, household address, email address, telephone number, same payment account number (e.g. debit or credit card, NETeller etc), and shared computer, e.g. public library or workplace. We reserve the right to withdraw the availability of any offer or all offers to any customer or group of customers at any time and at our sole and absolute discretion. Offers only apply to customers who have made an actual/real money deposit with bet365.
    bet365 reserves the right to amend, cancel, reclaim or refuse any promotion at its own discretion.
    This offer is only available to customers residing in UK and Republic of Ireland.
    All bet365 offers are intended for recreational players and bet365 may in its sole discretion limit the eligibility of customers to participate in all or part of any promotion.

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Re: Is this kosher?

CBIT wrote:

The concept of match betting, if you don't know is taking up sign up and reload offers from bookies, finding something with the same odds on betfair and then betting to win on the bookies with your free bet, betting to lose on betfair exchange and having a guaranteed profit if it wins or loses.

There is a free section with 2 offers that will make around 40 quid, not ask for a credit card number or anything and then there is a platinum where you have to sign up and pay 17.99 for all the offers updating all the time, a forum etc with the best offers.

I took the free offer, made the 40 quid, then signed up for a month using the profit and carried on through the rest of the offers.

I know it sounds mad but basically it is a mathematical certainty that you will earn money using this, it's not gambling its hedging and creaming off the free offers.


Check it out

http://www.profitaccumulator.co.uk

You still making on this CBIT?

Nephew reckons he did nearly 700 quid last month.

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Not me, never really been a gambler if I'm honest.

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I was using Profit Accumulator. Made a decent amount of money off them, but then found a site called Money Pigz. Offers the same service but cheaper. Might want to check it out of people are still interested.

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