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    Hello,

    the software of RebelBetting is unrivaled and highly intelligent. There is no doubt about it.

    Many people are looking for sure bets, and in Germany this topic is well discussed since years. Very informative feedback from customers exist.

    The customer can expect a very nice profit of 6-10% with RebelBetting. What is important: He have to make as high bets as he can in the 1st 6-9 months, e.g. 1000 Euro for every bet.

    Why so high?

    Because if he at least calculate 3% sure bet (but it's higher at RebelBetting), then he make enough profit to pay the fee for the software (69 Euro per month) and generate for 6-9 month a very nice profit, can tell his grandchildren about.

    With high bets it works on a grand scale.

    Sure bet works. That is the good news. All participants, RebelBetting, webmaster and customer are very happy!

    After 6-9 months it will be a little bit difficult for the customers because of limitations from the bookies.

    Your visitors or target group of your professional designed website are financially well off, looking for sure bets and have not slept in math lesson?

    Then this is really a chance to make good money without problems, if you continue finding new bettors latest every 6-9 months.

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    Thanks for the warm welcome everyone! We are honored to be a member in the GPWA family.

    I look forward to answering any questions/feedback you might have about our affiliate program, the RebelBetting software or Arbitrage Betting in general. See you soon in our forum!

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    Welcome, but I get a 500 response when I want to visit your website

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    Welcome, but I get a 500 response when I want to visit your website
    Fixed now! Sorry for the inconvenience!
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    what will hapend to my accounts with bookies if I will use rebelbetting? so I will use arbitrage
    ALL forums saysy accounts will be closed or size bets limited to 1 euros
    because you are seller of software of arbitrage;"that you removed the bread from your month"
    I am sure that it is LEGAL to do arbitrage,what is the position of gamblingcommission of UK about bookies with UK licence
    the LAW say:
    1-refusal to sell is forbiden
    2-descrimination is forbiden
    3-violation of private life is forbiden
    three things do bookies when they close or limit accounts
    DEAR RELBETTING can say here:action of bookies are forbiden or not so,DO YOU WANT TO HAVE more buyers of your softaware or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cannibal View Post
    ALL forums saysy accounts will be closed or size bets limited to 1 euros
    Only if you play at european mainstream sportsbooks like bwin etc. But there are a lot of bookmaker where you can bet to hell and they dont limit any user.

    The best are pinnacle, sbobet and IBCBet (ibcbet is by invitation only)

    Also samvo, dafabet, 188bet, 138.com... and betting exchanges. Unfortunately betfair is very unattractive for successful punters since they started with their premium charge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sergej_AGR View Post
    Only if you play at european mainstream sportsbooks like bwin etc. But there are a lot of bookmaker where you can bet to hell and they dont limit any user.

    The best are pinnacle, sbobet and IBCBet (ibcbet is by invitation only)

    Also samvo, dafabet, 188bet, 138.com... and betting exchanges. Unfortunately betfair is very unattractive for successful punters since they started with their premium charge
    so arbitrage is LEGAL on UK bet we cannot do that because it is ILLEGAL with majors bookies(marathonbet,bet365,betvictor,bwin,betclic, unibet,stanjames,williamshill.....)regulated by UK but they don't respect the LAW of UK?than punters must hide
    In my experience 90% of arbitrage we do that with marathonbet and bet365
    if I buy REBELBETTING I will do 0.0000000000000001% of arbitrage in the world,why you cannot force"gamblingcommission" to respect their terms and conditions because they have giving a licence so they my respect the law of UK and with REBELBETTING we can do 100% arbitrage of the word so you have more punters buying your software(me with the buyers)

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    Bookmakers restricting any accounts, such as those arbing, doesn't break any UK Gambling Commission terms or any other laws - it's standard trading practice (whether it's one bookmakers should or shouldn't do is of course debatable). It's not "illegal" for a customer to arb and I would be shocked if you didn't receive any money you made from arbing, but it's not custom that bookmakers want and you won't last longer than a couple of bets with any of the major UK-facing bookmakers if you are obviously arbing.

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    In the United States both land-based and online gaming sites have the right to refuse to let a player play their games, as long as it does not constitute illegal discrimination (e.g. as long as the refusal is not based on something like gender, nationality, marital status, age (well, except for being underage), etc.). In the United States land-based properties freely refuse to let those who are able to win by counting cards at blackjack play when they realize that is happening. The same considerations apply to sports arbitrage at casinos that accept sports betting in the United States. Of course, it is also completely legal for players to count cards or to engage in sports arbitrage too. I would expect the situation is similar in other countries as well, although obviously laws vary from country to country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelCorfman View Post
    In the United States both land-based and online gaming sites have the right to refuse to let a player play their games, as long as it does not constitute illegal discrimination (e.g. as long as the refusal is not based on something like gender, nationality, marital status, age (well, except for being underage), etc.). In the United States land-based properties freely refuse to let those who are able to win by counting cards at blackjack play when they realize that is happening. The same considerations apply to sports arbitrage at casinos that accept sports betting in the United States. Of course, it is also completely legal for players to count cards or to engage in sports arbitrage too. I would expect the situation is similar in other countries as well, although obviously laws vary from country to country.

    Michael
    In europe descrimination is forbidenne punter his sice 1 euro an other punter as he want
    In europe"abusive clause" is forbiden:bookies with a licence must respect his licence and cannot do as he want with the punters
    my source:clause abusive is forbiden:
    journal officiel de la communaute europ:eenne:21/04/1993 N°95/29
    directive 93/13/CEE du conseil 5avril1993
    where is your source:it is legal than bookie can as he want with punters?
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    Yes I think it is legal, even in Europe for a bookie to refuse service to a punter, as long as the refusal s not based upon discrimination such as Michael stated above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Yes I think it is legal, even in Europe for a bookie to refuse service to a punter, as long as the refusal s not based upon discrimination such as Michael stated above.

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    schow the law about your talk,not clause abusive of bookies
    in my country everyone is treated the same way,if someone bought bread in one bakery the same body can bought an other bread or
    pastry,the baker don't say:NO
    if you have not understand my example:a punter can choice the price shoing as he want it is not a bizness of a bookie if he do arbitrage
    perhaps in you country the seller choice their consummers by color of their skin
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    No, you see the burden of proof is on your side.

    In order to file a discrimination case, you would have to prove that the bookie (or any other business) is discriminating against a single individual based upon race, creed, culture or anything else specifically covered by UK law.

    Providing the bookie is not discriminating based upon normal things covered under the law, they can and do refuse service to any individual.

    This same holds true for land based casinos as well as just about any other company or public business.

    I do believe that they can refuse to do business with those using the software, providing they do so as a standard and not do so based upon other discriminating factors.

    The only way to truly know, is to ask a solicitor in the UK, rather than speculate in a forum.

    Rick
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    Edited to add: The question to ask the awyer is NOT "Can they discriminate against me?" The obvious answer is no.

    But the question to ask it "Is the policy they have of not accepting customers of the various arbitrage services or software, or even specific ones, legal?"

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    are you serious?
    in my country, use google translate

    original:
    Dans les contrats conclus entre professionnels et non-professionnels sont réputées abusives les clauses qui ont pour objet de créer un déséquilibre significatif au détriment du consommateur non professionnel entre les droits et obligations des parties au contrat.
    La loi indique une liste type de clauses abusives, mais celles-ci sont désormais désignées comme abusives par la jurisprudence ou le juge.
    google translate
    In contracts between professionals and non-professionals are considered unfair clauses that are intended to create a significant imbalance to the detriment of non-professional consumer between the rights and obligations of the parties to the contract.

    The law says a typical list of unfair terms, but they are now designated as unfair by the courts or the judge.
    THE BOOKIE cannot sell fore only stake with 1 euro and an OTHER over than 100 eurosunters are all EGALS no DIFFERENCE between punters

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