New Betting Loophole – Quick & Easy Money With Profit Squad

delpiero1982

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Thanks for taking the time to reply, appreciate it as I'm still not really understanding the ins and outs. Like I said I make about 8 ish per sign up offer, I don't understand how people are making 1400 on them!
Once you've done all the sports signups there should be at least a grand profit. Some of the bigger profit NCOs are for example;
Bet365 - £150 profit
Tonybet - £50 profit (do this with Matchbook during the NBA season)
Matchbook - £40 profit (do this with Tonybet during the NBA season)
Ladbrokes - £30 profit
Betway - £20 profit

That's £290 profit from 5 accounts (Bet365 requires at least £1k in the exchange though), add all the other smaller ones in, of which there are loads, you should net a hefty profit.
How much time per day are you spending? Dutching feels like it would take all day to sort out?
Dutching doesn't take too long, plug in the details first thing when there's a potential race with the bookies you'd want to use, then 90 mins before hand double check the odds, make changes to the sheet and get ready to place all the bets at once. Probably takes about 30 minutes for each race.
Definitely worth doing a few dry runs without actually placing the bets to get the hang of it. But like I say, Dutching will kill your accounts.

I try not to spend more than 2 hours per day in total doing it, although I've had nights where my lay's haven't matched and ended up watching matches I normally wouldn't hoping for the result to go in my favour.

Always lay your bets, never lay something at high odds without backing it, don't chase losses.
Golden rules, failing to follow these will end up in a huge loss at some point and it hurts like hell.
 

wooderz

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Once you've done all the sports signups there should be at least a grand profit. Some of the bigger profit NCOs are for example;
Bet365 - £150 profit
Tonybet - £50 profit (do this with Matchbook during the NBA season)
Matchbook - £40 profit (do this with Tonybet during the NBA season)
Ladbrokes - £30 profit
Betway - £20 profit

That's £290 profit from 5 accounts (Bet365 requires at least £1k in the exchange though), add all the other smaller ones in, of which there are loads, you should net a hefty profit.

Dutching doesn't take too long, plug in the details first thing when there's a potential race with the bookies you'd want to use, then 90 mins before hand double check the odds, make changes to the sheet and get ready to place all the bets at once. Probably takes about 30 minutes for each race.
Definitely worth doing a few dry runs without actually placing the bets to get the hang of it. But like I say, Dutching will kill your accounts.

I try not to spend more than 2 hours per day in total doing it, although I've had nights where my lay's haven't matched and ended up watching matches I normally wouldn't hoping for the result to go in my favour.

Always lay your bets, never lay something at high odds without backing it, don't chase losses.
Golden rules, failing to follow these will end up in a huge loss at some point and it hurts like hell.
Legend, thanks for this, I'll keep going, haven't made anywhere near 150 profit on a sign up offer yet - makes me wonder if I've done them right.

I'll keep plugging away and maybe hit you up for some help at some point? :)
 

delpiero1982

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Legend, thanks for this, I'll keep going, haven't made anywhere near 150 profit on a sign up offer yet - makes me wonder if I've done them right.

I'll keep plugging away and maybe hit you up for some help at some point? :)
Bet365 is the only NCO I can recall with a massive profit opportunity, and needs a lot in the exchange, but the others will get that bank for you.
Take your time, once the footy season starts there will be better opportunities for good matches, it's a bit stále at the moment. Once August comes the offers will flow again.
Make a note of all the free bet clubs, make sure to opt in every week and there's an easy £20 to £40 per week on those, plus the ladbrokes weekly offer.
Let me know if you have any questions.
 

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OK, now the season has stared I am looking at getting back involved in this (I prefer to bet on a sport I understand). How much are people making per month and how long does it take per day? (want to work out the hourly rate to see if I would be wiser actually doing something than this)
 
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OK, now the season has stared I am looking at getting back involved in this (I prefer to bet on a sport I understand). How much are people making per month and how long does it take per day? (want to work out the hourly rate to see if I would be wiser actually doing something than this)
Have you tried accumulators before? There aren't as many amazing offers as last year, but still plenty enough to be making some decent income with fairly minimal time. There's a few different ways to do them, some virtually risk free and some a little higher risk (but a lot less 'faff' and will actually earn you more in the long run)
 

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Have you tried accumulators before? There aren't as many amazing offers as last year, but still plenty enough to be making some decent income with fairly minimal time. There's a few different ways to do them, some virtually risk free and some a little higher risk (but a lot less 'faff' and will actually earn you more in the long run)
Nope. Do you provide a guide to them?
 

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This is interesting. It's obvious that these schemes are allowed to happen under the betting companies consent. They ban anything and anyone who is seen as a threat to their profits. Their algorithms are so perfect they make NASA look ordinary.

Why do they allow these schemes too exist? Pretty obvious really. But now it seems some are in cahoots with the people who say they are on the punters side. ( Not suggesting for a minute that Profit Squad are being paid monies for any account they refer to a betting site )

This is a slightly different take but still shows that bookies cover EVERY angle. They like companies encouraging people to make accounts and even pay them a percentage of the profits their leads give them.

https://www.theguardian.com/society...deliberately-recommend-losing-bets-to-punters
 
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goughie1966

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Anyone still doing this?
I try to do it most weekends but it's very time consuming. Most months I can make £200-£300 and it's tax free. This is just with a few of the major bookies (Sky, Paddy Power and Coral). But it takes a lot of work and time of which I don't have. I've only done a fraction of the offers. I keep meaning to join Bet365 but never find time to.

I don't subscribe anymore as you can find it all for free and the bookies bombard you with offers by text and email every day.

Ladbrokes was a good earner but I got gubbed from them as well as Betway.
 

mark_2017

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Anyone still doing this?
Last weekend I dutched my first horse race for the first time in a few months and got £300.

I'm still not sure on the daily slots offers, I know they keep saying it's all long terms but I remember seeing someone on the forum saying it took 6 months before they won anything, I can't afford to lose money for that length if time.
 

goughie1966

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Last weekend I dutched my first horse race for the first time in a few months and got £300.

I'm still not sure on the daily slots offers, I know they keep saying it's all long terms but I remember seeing someone on the forum saying it took 6 months before they won anything, I can't afford to lose money for that length if time.
I haven't tried dutching yet. Have you lost any accounts doing this?
 

mark_2017

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I haven't tried dutching yet. Have you lost any accounts doing this?
Not through dutching no. What id suggest is try taking the outsiders on the exchange if you can, some bookies like bet365 and bet victor don't like punters placing bets on horses with long odds.

The training videos will go into further depth about this and the forum is a great place to ask questions if you're new to it. Definitely watch the training videos first though.
 

mightyspur

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I'm probably late to the party, but I signed up to this tonight.

My problem is I appear to have existing accounts with most of the well known bookies (which I must have set up years ago), so there is a distinct lack of new customer offers available. Still had £10 with Skybet and placed an initial bet of £10 on BetFred to hopefully qualify for their free bet offer of £30.

I 'think' I stand to win about £6.20/£6.75 from my Skybet (depending what comes in) and either gain a MASSIVE £0.05 or lose £0.46 on the Betfred bet, but I appreciate you're taking the initial hit to get the free bet.

I'm sure as I get more confident and start doing more things will get easier. I'll then have the 'free' £30 with BetFred to play with of course.

One thing I wasn't aware of is the whole funding the liability on the exchange. Whilst the exchange is funded and the money is in the bookmaker accounts it actually feels like I'm out of pocket...

On my 2 bets I had to fund the exchange £35 and I've paid £10 on the Betfred, so currently £45 'down', but this time tomorrow I'll be about £6 up! Woot woot... At least I think that is right.

Does anyone have any tips on how to get the better returns? Doing this for £6 a pop seems like it'll be a loooong time before I start getting into the sort of profit some people have mentioned. What should I be looking out for one the oddsmatcher? Is it just a question of placing larger stakes? If I do that though, won't the liability on the exchange grow massively, or is it a case of softly softly to start with?
 
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