Matched Betting...made about £600

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Dick Barton

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It was a while back, but I needed a new computer and printer. It only took a few weeks to generate around £600 which paid for the same. Once you get the hang of it everything soon falls into place and the beauty of it is you cannot lose if done properly
 

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It was a while back, but I needed a new computer and printer. It only took a few weeks to generate around £600 which paid for the same. Once you get the hang of it everything soon falls into place and the beauty of it is you cannot lose if done properly
Great work there @Dick Barton

you are spot on with that you say, once you get the hang of it it's just the same process over and over and over and over again ;)
 

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I only did it long enough to make money for my requirement, but I could have done some more. Not sure how many before the bookies shut me out lol
 

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I only did it long enough to make money for my requirement, but I could have done some more. Not sure how many before the bookies shut me out lol
Do the bookies shut you out if they work out what you're doing?
 

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Brilliant, so good to hear these endorsements as I’m so pessimistic when things almost sound to good to be true - yes it takes some work but it’s very possible
 

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Yeah it does take a bit of getting your head round, but once you do, it is easy easy money, and tax free!
 

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Yeah it does take a bit of getting your head round, but once you do, it is easy easy money, and tax free!
I know, I just wish I could get my head around it! I might have to try a new site to get started because I tried profit accumulator as a trial but couldn't remember my login details to most of the sites. I think it has expired now :(
 

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I know, I just wish I could get my head around it! I might have to try a new site to get started because I tried profit accumulator as a trial but couldn't remember my login details to most of the sites. I think it has expired now :(
Well the good thing is that there are forums like this, and also at whichever MB site you join up to, to help out with advice if there's something you can't get your head around :)

For MB to really work though, you'll need to open up accounts at dozens of bookies to make it work and you should never use the same User Name and Password for everything (that holds true for any website, not just MB). That means being organised.

I have a spreadsheet that not only keeps track of all my matched bets and casino offers that I'm doing, but my bookies. If you prefer not to hold something digitally, then a good old fashioned pen and notebook works just as well (I mean for remembering login details, you should definitely use a spreadsheet to track all your offers though) just keep it in a safe place.

You honestly need to be on top of everything. Disorganised MB is an invitation to losing money, not gaining it.
 

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Well the good thing is that there are forums like this, and also at whichever MB site you join up to, to help out with advice if there's something you can't get your head around :)

For MB to really work though, you'll need to open up accounts at dozens of bookies to make it work and you should never use the same User Name and Password for everything (that holds true for any website, not just MB). That means being organised.

I have a spreadsheet that not only keeps track of all my matched bets and casino offers that I'm doing, but my bookies. If you prefer not to hold something digitally, then a good old fashioned pen and notebook works just as well (I mean for remembering login details, you should definitely use a spreadsheet to track all your offers though) just keep it in a safe place.

You honestly need to be on top of everything. Disorganised MB is an invitation to losing money, not gaining it.
Thank you so much for sharing. Really helpful advice! I love a spreadsheet too, it's the only way I can remotely try and balance my finances! It makes sense to have a new tab for MB :)
 

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You learn to live and die by your spreadsheet - it's also super motivational when you see your final profit tally each week/month :D
 

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