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 on: Today at 08:27:40 PM 
Started by x-casino - Last post by cortomaltese
Fortunately there's an alternative faster , cheaper , more fair , more reliable and trustless and that's called cryptocurrencies

If we are talking about cryptos and gambling, allow me to predict this is going to be accepted only by sharp bookmakers, those we already have at our disposal.
The usual ''blood donors'' have absolutely no reason to accept cryptos, at least for the foreseeable future.

Agreed eventhough there are already "softs" accepting cryptos outhere but very few of them can be relied upon. However i wasn't just talking about "cryptos and gambling" but generally about cryptos and traditional finance.

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 on: Today at 07:47:01 PM 
Started by x-casino - Last post by arbusers
Fortunately there's an alternative faster , cheaper , more fair , more reliable and trustless and that's called cryptocurrencies

If we are talking about cryptos and gambling, allow me to predict this is going to be accepted only by sharp bookmakers, those we already have at our disposal.
The usual ''blood donors'' have absolutely no reason to accept cryptos, at least for the foreseeable future.

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 on: Today at 06:29:42 PM 
Started by Rosa123 - Last post by legio
OP, any chance to get in touch privately? I had a similar case with them, I think I could help you.

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 on: Today at 05:49:58 PM 
Started by x-casino - Last post by cortomaltese
Nowadays having your hard earned money confiscated from payment processors (e-wallets, banks , e-banks etc) is becoming more common
than losing them from scamish bookmakers!
This is where we stand! Can you believe it? Just look at your right side of the page and check the recent activity posts , at least half of them is about
an issue people is having with payments!
Make no mistake this centralised  financial system is corrupt , is getting worst day by day and there's no coming back
Fortunately there's an alternative faster , cheaper , more fair , more reliable and trustless and that's called cryptocurrencies

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 on: Today at 04:14:19 PM 
Started by uptight - Last post by ratioxz
Month ago I also registered in revolut to try it and made some deposits to BET365,later they locked my account and I was not able to use it and see my current balance.The only way was communicating in chat which took 3 days and they enabled my account again.They wanted to see work payslips,but I said them that I am currently living on my savings and arbing.Also they requested info from BET365 account.They provided with T&C link https://www.revolut.com/terms which only has one phrase ''unlawful gambling activities'' and ''Please note that using a Revolut card only for gambling is strictly prohibited'',I said them that I use legal gambling websites which has licenses,but they say nothing about it.They are scaring me telling that only gambling transactions is strictly prohibited and after answering that I also make other transactions not only for gambling they tell me that other time if systems detects unwanted transactions they will block me out.I have also read many reviews that this business run by russian mafia and it is not safe to hold larger amounts in their wallet as many people complain to get locked and confiscated ammounts of 4 and 5 digits.

Would you mind letting me know what is the general purpose for using Revolut?
Would you be so kind as to provide us with your last 3 payslips and bank statement showing your salary is going to your account? You can send your recent tax statement as a substitute. If you are self employed we need invoices for the last 3 months and bank statement that you receive money for your service. Thank you in advance.

We need to see the following documents as well: accepted deposits from Revolut to BET365, placed withdrawals from BET to Revolut, profile details on BET (name, email address?), and a screenshot from your bET365 account showing all bets and winnings for the period of 2019-01-01.

Please note that using a Revolut card only for gambling is strictly prohibited. Doing so affects our reputation as a brand. If this type of usage occurs again we will have to exercise our rights, as stated in our terms and conditions (https://www.revolut.com/terms) and deactivate your account without further notice. Thank you for your cooperation.

Is betting your only source of income?

Please note that using your Retail Revolut account for Business is strictly prohibited.

OK, for the moment everything checked. Please, remember, using a Revolut card only for gambling is strictly prohibited. If this type of usage occurs again we’ll have to exercise our right as stated within our terms and conditions (https://www.revolut.com/terms) and deactivate your account without further notice. Please confirm that you have read and agreed with that warning note.

I case you do not have any other source of income, your gambling operation will be considered also as for business.

Our approach could change if you provide is with documents confirming, other than gambling source of income.

Using a Revolut card only for gambling is strictly prohibited. Even if with a business account. I am sorry.

Be aware, any transaction against already mentioned merchants will be considered as prohibited activity.


Hello anyone has information about revolut and gambling nowadays?Do they became more gambling friendly?Can you fund fund your skrill,neteller or ezopayz account with revolut without issues or withdraw from these ewallets to revolut?I do see in my account security section new option to block gambling related transactions so can it be they started to allowing gambling transactions?

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 on: Today at 01:12:18 PM 
Started by Skaggerak - Last post by trialarber
Hi Skaggerak

I am a new arb'er and would like to try it out before committing. I mainly use crypto sportsbooks but betburger doesnt seem to support crypto as a form of payment though they seem to be supporting crypto sportsbooks ;)

Either way, I am willing to pay for a couple of days, see if the service is for me and than either we continue or I give up the account. I am not sure how this will work but I am sure we can figure something out. Let me know how it sounds? Thanks

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 on: Today at 01:07:55 PM 
Started by arbusers - Last post by trialarber
HI

I am Jack from Asia and I would like to make some money on the sides with arbing

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 on: Today at 11:06:23 AM 
Started by arbusers - Last post by jurjac13
Hi , Im George from Romania i like american sports such as NBA,NHL,NFL and MLB looking forward to know others with the same interest.

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 on: Today at 10:48:35 AM 
Started by Goojybooboo - Last post by Wolfie
Warren Buffet

Thats a good one. In fact Warren Buffet started as a horse race handicapper.

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 on: Today at 10:44:48 AM 
Started by Goojybooboo - Last post by Wolfie
You cant know for sure how much they made but here are some names:
Bill Benter, Zeljko Ranogajec, Billy Walters, Tony Bloom.
I am sure there are some others whos names we have never heard because of the nature of this business and they may be in the billionaire zone.
But this is just my speculation of course.

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