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Betbutler

Mon Apr 15, 2013 3:36 pm

betbutler.co.uk

"How It Works

Our patented technology compares odds with over 60 different bookmakers around the world. So when you place a bet, we serve you the best available price in the market. Saving you time and getting you a better return for your money. All through one easy-to-use-account."

Does it really work?

I check for some odds,  but  did not seems me that they offer the best odds on the market ::)
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Re: Betbutler

Mon Apr 15, 2013 4:29 pm

They are regulated by the Gambling Commission but there is  a 3% fee on every winning bet( net winnings only).  Greeks cannot join.
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Re: Betbutler

Tue Apr 16, 2013 1:41 am

Are you sure that Greeks cannot join? They have Greece as an option in the countries drop down menu. Didn't try though to open an account.
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Re: Betbutler

Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:53 am

qbet wrote: They are regulated by the Gambling Commission but there is  a 3% fee on every winning bet( net winnings only).  Greeks cannot join.
Too good to be true :-[  but is there a possibility to use in arb?
"Charges - We typically charge only 3% on winnings. This can be changed to be based on bet stake on request at the time of registration" 
How much is this possible stake fee?
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Re: Betbutler

Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:21 am

GBP is the only currency option they have.
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Re: Betbutler

Tue Apr 16, 2013 9:26 am

Mike at "Bonus Bagging" has tested this service and according to him you don't get the best odds avalible. Rather average odds.
To bad. It could have been a great service for arbing.
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Re: Betbutler

Tue Apr 16, 2013 1:15 pm

sportoboy wrote: Are you sure that Greeks cannot join? They have Greece as an option in the countries drop down menu. Didn't try though to open an account.
You are right. We can join. Yesterday I got a message " not allowed in your area due to legal etc " but I guess it was some kind of error.
Probably of limited value to arbers due to 3% fee coupled with the fact that you don't really get the best price, but it might be worth trying and they do offer a free bet.
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Re: Betbutler

Tue Apr 16, 2013 2:52 pm

Racerman wrote: Mike at "Bonus Bagging" has tested this service and according to him you don't get the best odds avalible. Rather average odds.
To bad. It could have been a great service for arbing.
Yes, I saw this also. However, it seems that when the best odds are in the  main markets (1x2, O/U) in Uk sportsbookies (like ladbrokes, etc) are shown  in Bet Butler
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Re: Betbutler

Tue Sep 10, 2013 2:16 pm

How long usually does it take for withdraw?They don't answer on mail......

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