Jurisdictions/Betting Licenses Country

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MisterRodriguez
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Jurisdictions/Betting Licenses Country
« on: October 28, 2017, 01:57:41 PM »

Wihtou mentioning specific bookies names i am looking for some advice of advanced bettors like myself concerning general guidelines about the countries where bookies have a license.
United Kingdon,Curacao,Costa Rica,Antigua,Panama whats you order in terms of trust
I know in some of these countries what matters most is reputation but still trying to look for some opinions
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Re: Jurisdictions/Betting Licenses Country
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2017, 07:35:11 PM »

I would not consider you make much difference between  the licence or jurisdiction.

There are good bookies and there are bad bookies.

I would rather look for good ratings, goot reviews.
i like to look at top100bookmakers  and see how many complaints there are. (there are other rating or reviewpages)

Some bookies don't want surebetters, some don't like valueplayers, etc.
And some limit very quick... all these 3 poitns are understandable.

what really is nasty are the cheaters, that suddenly don't payout, do slow payouts, look for excuses, or don't let you participate in promotions allthough one would have the right to....

so there are many things to look at.
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Re: Jurisdictions/Betting Licenses Country
« Reply #2 on: December 11, 2017, 05:44:42 PM »

A Malta-based bookmaker is often an excellent choice.
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