Matched Betting Question Matched Betting Newbie

Cashcow1987

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Hi there - I have been matched betting for just over a week now and really enjoying it. I have been using Profit Accumulator and feel the monthly fee is worth it for me because it makes me a bit more confident placing bets, as I'm naturally a very risk averse person! I'm only able to do matched betting for a couple o months as I'll be applying for a mortgage at end of the year, so don't want the betting deposits on my bank statements affecting this. I'm hoping to make as much as I can in this short period of time, I have some savings that are just sitting in a bank account - I'm thinking of using some of this as money as leverage for making more profit on matched betting, as it seems the more money you're able to use as liability etc, the more money can be made. Is this okay to do, or should I just stick to using my matched betting profits and keeping the rest of my money separate?

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Hi there - I have been matched betting for just over a week now and really enjoying it. I have been using Profit Accumulator and feel the monthly fee is worth it for me because it makes me a bit more confident placing bets, as I'm naturally a very risk averse person! I'm only able to do matched betting for a couple o months as I'll be applying for a mortgage at end of the year, so don't want the betting deposits on my bank statements affecting this. I'm hoping to make as much as I can in this short period of time, I have some savings that are just sitting in a bank account - I'm thinking of using some of this as money as leverage for making more profit on matched betting, as it seems the more money you're able to use as liability etc, the more money can be made. Is this okay to do, or should I just stick to using my matched betting profits and keeping the rest of my money separate?

Thanks!
what I personally did was start with £60 and then we i did more and more offers my pot grew and once it got to around £2000 THEN I was happy to keep that as my bankroll and take anything else I made as profit.

Believe it or not the premier league starts again in a month or so and there will be a boatload of reload offers you can do so you've chosen a great time to start matched betting and get your head around it all!
 

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Hi there - I have been matched betting for just over a week now and really enjoying it. I have been using Profit Accumulator and feel the monthly fee is worth it for me because it makes me a bit more confident placing bets, as I'm naturally a very risk averse person! I'm only able to do matched betting for a couple o months as I'll be applying for a mortgage at end of the year, so don't want the betting deposits on my bank statements affecting this. I'm hoping to make as much as I can in this short period of time, I have some savings that are just sitting in a bank account - I'm thinking of using some of this as money as leverage for making more profit on matched betting, as it seems the more money you're able to use as liability etc, the more money can be made. Is this okay to do, or should I just stick to using my matched betting profits and keeping the rest of my money separate?

Thanks!

You could open another bank account and just use it for matched betting. Mine's with TSB, no minimum deposit needed each month nor any direct debits.
 
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The more you stick with matched betting the more it will pay off. It starts off slow and then it can build momentum. If you are looking for a quick buck, matched betting isn't for you. You need to be patient with this form of betting.
 
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I think I'd be tempted to add the savings into the bankroll. Then set yourself a target and maybe take the original savings amount back out once you hit it? Matched betting definitely isn't a get rich quick scheme, so don't go overboard, but it's a great way to build profits over time
 

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