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Recommendation on reliable online betting service (1 Viewer)

Stay away from Bodog unless you don't mind wait 30-60 days to get paid if you win.

I'd recommend looking into BetJamaica.com or TheGreek.com

Very reputable and pay faster, at least when I was betting online. I haven't bet online much since Neteller went down and I can't move money into these accounts very quickly.

 
TheGreek is the best without question.

I've had accounts with CanBet, BoDog, Carib and The Greek.

The Greek will give you a 21% cash bonus on your initial deposit,

they have the tightest spreads, and also a wide range of props.

THE GREEK

 
if you're a serious player betting sides and totals, then no one can touch Matchbook.

The Greek is the best if you like props.

don't go anwhere near Bodog if you want to get paid.

 
Somewhat related question: I've heard varying explanations as to the legality of all the online betting. Is it illegal? Is there a legal way to do it?

 
www.sports.com

very reliable and fast payouts, certain credit card deposits will work, bonus every deposit.......or so I've heard :lmao:

:shock:

 
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Somewhat related question: I've heard varying explanations as to the legality of all the online betting. Is it illegal? Is there a legal way to do it?
I'd like to know this too seeing as how I put $50 into theGreek. Seems like I would have been shut out of depositing if it were not legal for me here in CO. Anyone?
 
Sportsinteraction?

Their lines are a little stingy, but the site is so slick and user friendly it makes up for that if you're just betting for recreation and not as a job.

 
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Always used sportsbook.com. Never had any problem. Cash out winnings come as a check in FedEX super quick. They do the horses too.

They have a casino, tho I wonder if it's legit because I don't see how it could be regulated, off shore.

 
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Sportsinteraction?Their lines are a little stingy, but the site is so slick and user friendly it makes up for that if you're just betting for recreation and not as a job.
stay away from sportsinteraction. i made a selection confirmed it and once it was accepted it came back as the opposite team. tried numerous times for them to change it and they refused. i use sports.com now and like it
 
Sportsinteraction?Their lines are a little stingy, but the site is so slick and user friendly it makes up for that if you're just betting for recreation and not as a job.
Slick site, but they flat out refused to pay me $1000 when I wanted to cash out. Called them up and they said nope, they weren't going to pay. No reason, just said no.
 
It's illegal. But unless you're moving 5 figures in deposits and withdrawls you're not even a blip on the radar.
I could be wrong, but I believe this is incorrect. The US government has no authority or power to restrict you from gambling online with a company based on non-US soil. However, they do have the authority to restrict banks and credit card companies from enabling you to deposit/collect funds, which I believe is what the law that was passed a few years ago actually did. As said, unless your moving 5+ figures around it'll slip through (these companies generally have "other" names in which will appear on the check or credit card statement that will make the transaction look normal as a sports purchase or rebate of some kind). I use VIP.com and have used it for several years now without problem. Usually offer 1/2 vig on NFL bets made between 5-8 on Friday nights. They also used to have something called close call parlays, where you'd get at least your money back (depending on the number of teams used) if you got everyone right except 1. I'm not sure if they still do this. They also use a reward point system (similar to points or cash back on a credit card).
 
Bookmaker.com This is BetCris' U.S. site. BetCris and Pinnacle were/are the top online sportsbooks imo. Pinnacle stopped taking US customers, and BetCris only takes US customers via Bookmaker.com. Same company and operation though. Very reliable payouts and customer service. Earliest opening lines in the business.

 

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