Apr 1, 2018 -- 6:15AM, Johnny_Mustang wrote:
‘Do you think its a good idea? Do you think anyone would be interested in? Cambridge Analytica might but that’s about it.
Thats gone completely over my head
Apr 1, 2018 -- 6:36AM, DenzilPenberthy wrote:
Is this a site that will benefit FREE MONEY THIEVES WHO PROFIT FROM THE MISFORTUNES OF THE CLUELESS WHO CLICK THROUGH THE LINKS ON THE SITE UNDER THE BOOKMAKER AFFILLIATES SCHEME?It looks that way to me dressed up in free bets punters friend type bull chitHave some shame and stop stealing from gambling addicts under the guise of being a marketing genius and nobody with more than 1 brain cell will be interested hth.
Of course they are affiliate links, unfortunately no one does anything for free in this world...
My vision is the the money I earn is not being taken from the 'customers' instead the bookies :)
As we all know from matched betting one side of the bet has to lose. When the bet loses on the bookie:
- our site earns x% of the loss
- 'customer' is unaffected as they have won on the exchange
When bet loses on the exchange the site does not earn anything.
Considering we will attempt to prompt bets which are high odds (not to high to result in ridiculous capital investment) to maximise the value for the customers - a large proportion of the bets should mathematically win on the exchange side making the venture worth the invested time.
"FREE MONEY THIEVES WHO PROFIT FROM THE MISFORTUNES OF THE CLUELESS WHO CLICK THROUGH THE LINKS ON THE SITE UNDER THE BOOKMAKER AFFILLIATES SCHEME?"
No, I hope the vision benefits all except for the bookmakers :)
Apr 1, 2018 -- 7:47AM, AFTERTHOUGHT wrote:
I am sure you mean well but its all gobblygook to me !
Sorry maybe I wasn't clear, so how I envision the USP as follows (I'm sure it will require a lot of refinement but to give you an idea)
- You sign up (fill out a form) in the form you will specify a 30 min Day/time slot (or slots) to receive 'Betting prompts'
Note. it will be completely personalised so other members will not affect price shorting/drifting (plus chance of account closure will be reduced)
- We store the following info:
- time slot
- contact details
- bookmaker + bookmaker progress (Sign up bonus/preexisting customer bonuses - redeemed/pending - qualifying bet/free bet)
- When your day/time slot appears we:
- email/sms you the appropriate bets advising minimum prices to place
note. if you miss it for any reason the person will have to notice us so we ensure your next prompt is appropriate.
So that is it in a nutshell.
The idea is to remove the majority of the hassle from matched betting. leaving people with only need to worry about signing up, deposit/withdrawal, kyc and placing the bet.
Removing the worries of locating the bets (odds comparison/manual), calculating the stakes, understanding the offers T&Cs, keeping track of their progress with a bookmaker or multiple bookmakers...as I'm writing this i'm thinking some form of reporting would be a cool feature aswell :)
Can you kind of see where I'm coming from?
I'm just wondering if any one would care about removing that ball ache or whether the kind of person to match bet is quite happy messing around with excel/multiple odds comparison/calculator sites.
Apr 1, 2018 -- 5:01PM, DenzilPenberthy wrote:
So my first impression was correct then.You've made a very naive judgement posting on a site which in the main especially on Horse Racing is filled with people who CAN'T BET WITH BOOKMAKERS and you create a site named freebetsgalore.co.uk whose homepage is basically bookmaker affiliate links.Most people would call your posts spam which they are but in my book anyone who peddles links to bookmakers and are on an earner from other peoples ignorance and misfortune are thieves plain and simple no matter how it's dressed up.The same garbage is plastered all over twitter with the usual clueless bull chit artists posting tips for this and that and betting at 5pm the night before.Now I'm no genius but as far as I'm aware only losers,liars and those within the sport have that privilege as plenty know bookmakers don't want bets on Horse Racing at all,only the type of deleuded addicts you affiliate guys want spunking their load in the casinos etc.
I'm getting the sense that you've lost a pretty penny to gambling :)
I guess the only naive move I've made is engaging in a forum with an unfriendly community dominated by aggressive users who are more interested in have an argument opposed to have a constructive discussion.
The only point worth replying to is:
"CAN'T BET WITH BOOKMAKERS" ...where there is a will there is a way you should look into some intuitive ways to place your stake (Y)
Other than that the rest of your comment does not have any relevance - please refer to my post above if you are confused as to what I'm asking of everyone