Matched Betting - Mug bets explained

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Well thanks for all of this - I still feel ??? haha, but i think once I start and get my head aroundit it will start to make sense.Just need to open a seperate account, and will probably start after pay day at the end of the month - then will sign up to PA!!
Cheers again!
 

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Just_a_Girl said:
Well thanks for all of this - I still feel ??? haha, but i think once I start and get my head aroundit it will start to make sense.Just need to open a seperate account, and will probably start after pay day at the end of the month - then will sign up to PA!!
Cheers again!
You will only need to set aside around £60 to get cracking and a lot of bookies process cashouts in one day too!
 

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Imho I think mug betting to keep account is a mythe,I have been gubbed and I've only done the sign up offer.
Bookies will gub whether you have a healthy account or not.just look at skybet and coral recently with mass gubbings.
 

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katykicker said:
Just_a_Girl said:
Well thanks for all of this - I still feel ??? haha, but i think once I start and get my head aroundit it will start to make sense.Just need to open a seperate account, and will probably start after pay day at the end of the month - then will sign up to PA!!
Cheers again!
You will only need to set aside around £60 to get cracking and a lot of bookies process cashouts in one day too!
Thanks [member=920]katykicker[/member] - CanI just ask, I have been wondering and Im sure it will become clear once I sign up and watch the videos, but I like to get things clear in my head. The £60 'pot' does that go all into one bookie account or does it stay in the bank account and you dip into depending on the offers you take and what amounts are required?
I was just wondering how adding more money to the start pot helps to increase profit -im thinking I could probably start with £100.
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Just_a_Girl said:
katykicker said:
Just_a_Girl said:
Well thanks for all of this - I still feel ??? haha, but i think once I start and get my head aroundit it will start to make sense.Just need to open a seperate account, and will probably start after pay day at the end of the month - then will sign up to PA!!
Cheers again!
You will only need to set aside around £60 to get cracking and a lot of bookies process cashouts in one day too!
Thanks [member=920]katykicker[/member] - CanI just ask, I have been wondering and Im sure it will become clear once I sign up and watch the videos, but I like to get things clear in my head. The £60 'pot' does that go all into one bookie account or does it stay in the bank account and you dip into depending on the offers you take and what amounts are required?
I was just wondering how adding more money to the start pot helps to increase profit -im thinking I could probably start with £100.
H
If you can afford £100 to start with then start with £100 ;)

The 'pot' is just what you use to do the offers, my 'pot' is around £2500 and is spread around numerous bookies or exchanges depending on what offers I am doing at the time
 

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Definitely start with £100 if you can, just because you can get working on more offers quicker!

You use your pot for the different offers so you might use £41 for one offer, or £25 for another, but you'll be dipping into that money and then rapidly topping it up as you complete offers.