Would you really want williamhill's, bet365's etc lawyers snooping in on your accounts, e-wallets, transactions and financial stuff?Would your friends want that?
TBH every business has a right to set their prices (or limits) and sell to whoever they want to - bookies are no different I doubt that will ever change
Sry guys there are fundamental error. As long as you enter bookie and make deposit you confirm T and C. You are their playgroundPublicity wont help. You are just another gambler who whines about his losses When you want to get part of that business. u have to start bookie yourself and gather juisy 10% spread every bet
Are you saying that if you operate outside of the terms and conditions of the bookie (which you agreed to) then they have to bow down and pay you out or change their rules?
where in the terms is it right to payout some winning and keep some in the name of verification. so what happened when you were paying the others, are you blind
bookies are mafia, just like bankers. laws in malta and gibraltar are so vague intentionally because that is their number one income and on top of that, bookies have terms of service written so broad and vague to apply any given situation if they wish so.my argument is that terms of service cannot beat the law. you cannot circumvent a law with a simple I agree button.and yes while bookies can set their own prices like most business, client discrimination is still illegal in the west, isn't it? can you deny a client just because? can sainsbury deny you entrance when you want to buy a loaf of bread? or raise beer prices just for you?but who knows which laws they need to follow and if maltese laws even cover these situationsbut yeah, fight is futile for arbers, because if we kick them and hurt them, they will find other ways to destroy our business and we'll draw the shortest straw in the endso just find their mistakes and hammer them hard
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