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Before I even attempt to start match betting just want to clarify a few things :

Whats the minimum to start my bankroll with? Also I have couple of accounts with skybet and bet365 I believe.

Should I open up a separate bank account to start this up? Is it really that simple to match bet? :)

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Hey [member=4984]Jst2206[/member]

£50 is more than enough to start with and don't worry about already having a few bookie accounts. I did as well and 2 holidays to Florida, a new car and a conservatory later it made no difference :)

If you want to do this long term then yeah I would look info getting a separate bank account to make life easier
 

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Hello [member=1]Jon[/member] thanks for the quick reply!

I'll open up a new account and put £50 aside ;D What returns were you getting when you first started if you dont mind me asking?
 

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Jst2206 said:
Before I even attempt to start match betting just want to clarify a few things :

Whats the minimum to start my bankroll with? Also I have couple of accounts with skybet and bet365 I believe.

Should I open up a separate bank account to start this up? Is it really that simple to match bet? :)

Thanks
Hey [member=4984]Jst2206[/member] ok..

I started with £100, most start with £50-£70.

Not a problem to already have accounts. Obviously you won't get those new member ones, however, you will get reloads. I already had some accounts, hasn't hindered me.

Yes, a separate account.

Profit Accumulator will help you to learn the basics with their videos etc, you can get a free trial using the link in my signature. Or the banner above :) Good luck - you'll be fine!
 

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[member=920]katykicker[/member] I learn something new everyday, always presumed these bookies offer you a 'new customer' offer and thats it, no reloads, i'll be trying this over the weekend and hopefully be seeing profit.

Thanks for the info

Also [member=920]katykicker[/member] if I signed up for the free trial at profit accumulator do I have to sign up for a month after or anything? or simply a month free?
 

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[member=920]katykicker[/member] I learn something new everyday, always presumed these bookies offer you a 'new customer' offer and thats it, no reloads, i'll be trying this over the weekend and hopefully be seeing profit.

Thanks for the info :)
I did some new member offers but I had already joined at least a few of the big bookies (Ladbrokes, Betfair etc) and I still do great :)
 

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[member=920]katykicker[/member] sounds great :) Looking forward to trying this.

Regarding profit accumulator, the first month is completely free? no card details etc?
 

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[member=920]katykicker[/member] sounds great :) Looking forward to trying this.

Regarding profit accumulator, the first month is completely free? no card details etc?
It isn't the first month - it is a trial of two offers. Yes, free, no card detail that I recall. Gives you a chance to see what things are like. I had already joined one of the two companies on the trial but I got to watch the videos, read the guides etc and learn more. I then went ahead and paid the money before I'd even cashed out from my first offer as I knew it would be good :) Wasn't wrong!
 

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Hello [member=1]Jon[/member] thanks for the quick reply!

I'll open up a new account and put £50 aside ;D What returns were you getting when you first started if you dont mind me asking?
You should make around £1000 odd from the beginner offers on PA
 

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[member=1]Jon[/member] Blimey! Big profit, can see why you guys are match betting and you have been to Florida twice, guess the orange juice out there tastes twice as sweet when its free ;)
 

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[member=1]Jon[/member] Blimey! Big profit, can see why you guys are match betting and you have been to Florida twice, guess the orange juice out there tastes twice as sweet when its free ;)
aye,

It's nuts not to do it. You can earn so much and it's 100% TAX FREE which is a big thing for us self employed folk obviously
 

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[member=1]Jon[/member] tax free for self employed? or everyone? Apologies for all the questions, wanting to get to know every detail before I crack on with it :)
 

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[member=1]Jon[/member] tax free for self employed? or everyone? Apologies for all the questions, wanting to get to know every detail before I crack on with it :)
you earn online already yeah?

so you're registered as self employed with HMRC?

It's TAX FREE for everyone but as self employed people we don't need to declare our Matched Bettings money to HMRC as you don't pay tax on gambling wins
 

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[member=1]Jon[/member] Well i'm presuming any form of 'gambling' winnings is tax free, right? regardless of anyone if they are self employed or hired by a company etc? HMRC wouldn't know i'd won ££££ if I had won inside a bookmakers shop.
 

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[member=1]Jon[/member] Well i'm presuming any form of 'gambling' winnings is tax free, right? regardless of anyone if they are self employed or hired by a company etc? HMRC wouldn't know i'd won ££££ if I had won inside a bookmakers shop.
Correct..
 

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I would also start to frequent this http://www.themoneyshed.co.uk/index.php?topic=5338 topic as this is where we generally discuss MB (I would go to the end of the 672 pages though, and also set to notify of new posts)
 

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Opened up a new bank account, waiting on my debit card, then shall get started :) anybody else made anything this last few days?
 

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Opened up a new bank account, waiting on my debit card, then shall get started :) anybody else made anything this last few days?
yep - 80 quid yesterday and 40 today
 

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Jst2206 said:
Opened up a new bank account, waiting on my debit card, then shall get started :) anybody else made anything this last few days?
yep - 80 quid yesterday and 40 today
£63 tonight on Betfair slot offer.