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Beatbookies

Fri Aug 10, 2012 6:18 am

I did receive an email as I once signed up for bidding to a subscription:

--> They are opening five more slots soon for people to sign in - just afraid that this might be an inflation??!?
Any infos from people using that service lately if it is reliable and worth the money?


Thanks for info!

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This year BeatBookies has been open for 4-years.

If you want to be member for the next 4-years,  I might have good news for you.

After a long time , today we are launching a bidding contest.

Five highest bidders will get access to full arbitrage service for 1425 days.
And after four years you can continue using service with normal subscription price as long as service is available.

Bidding page & more information available here:
http://www.beatbookies.com/arbs/?page=bid

Bidding will end at 17.8.2011 19.00 GMT+1
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Re: Beatbookies

Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:55 pm

No progress last year. It used to be the best service in the past but not any more. You ll still get your money back but this can you have also with other services. They cover good soccer and decent tennis. Basket so-so. Rare you will have a NHL or volleyball arb. Other sports are not covered. They aren't fast enough to arb soccer or NBA between sharps. Their main advantage was the limited number of users, If this will change then they will lose their main advantage and IMO also old customers.
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Re: Beatbookies

Tue Aug 14, 2012 7:13 am

This was also my feeling  - thanks ajeto for your post!
One can just hope the programmers will invest their additional money gained via new subscriptions also to the benefit of all their customers and improve the software...
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Re: Beatbookies

Wed Aug 15, 2012 5:47 am

@ajeto and others: Do you have experience about their support-quality lately (do they respond to emails, inform about updates, fixes, improvements, etc.???)
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Re: Beatbookies

Sun Nov 04, 2012 12:19 am

support quality is not good, it took me a number of goes to get a response and it wasnt exactly a polite one. it has been my favourite service up until the last few months when it has seriously started to deteriorate. its still clear and easy to use, the feeds just arnt all that at the moment.
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Re: Beatbookies

Sun Nov 04, 2012 7:59 am

It seems that the owner has other things in mind.
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Re: Beatbookies

Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:57 am

Service is up and running, some bookies and markets may be missing. It takes time sometimes to be fixed. What is more concerning is that service is not improving or developing any more. More or less stay the same for 1-2 years now, while competition doesn't sleep. BB still is a decent service, but could be better.
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Re: Beatbookies

Sun Nov 04, 2012 3:07 pm

which service in your opinion is as good as bbookies?i dont know anyone..all are worst..does anybody has suggestion for a better service than this one??
pls disclose
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Re: Beatbookies

Mon Dec 24, 2012 2:50 am

Are some books disabled in light version? Like bwin? Or they are just not covered/fixed?
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Re: Beatbookies

Tue Feb 05, 2013 2:37 pm

30 days trial: 135 euros, it's worth to try?
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Re: Beatbookies

Tue Feb 05, 2013 8:28 pm

NAS wrote: 30 days trial: 135 euros, it's worth to try?
Definetaly worth a try.
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Re: Beatbookies

Wed Feb 06, 2013 12:03 pm

I would rather use Rebelbetting, as Beatbookies didn't improve the last year at all (due to feedback from some beatbookies-users)
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Re: Beatbookies

Wed Feb 06, 2013 1:06 pm

I am not satisfied with light version. But it was cheap, so I wont complain much.
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Re: Beatbookies

Wed Feb 06, 2013 5:11 pm

MUCHBET wrote: I would rather use Rebelbetting, as Beatbookies didn't improve the last year at all (due to feedback from some beatbookies-users)
IMO Rebelbetting is WAY oversubscriped. And beatbookies covers much more bookies.
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Re: Beatbookies

Wed Feb 06, 2013 6:37 pm

Narber wrote:
MUCHBET wrote: I would rather use Rebelbetting, as Beatbookies didn't improve the last year at all (due to feedback from some beatbookies-users)
IMO Rebelbetting is WAY oversubscriped. And beatbookies covers much more bookies.
Yea, but also not fixing many of them.

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