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Profit maximiser is well worth the money. Plenty of other sign ups and on going others. It's a bit more hands on than BB as you have to work the bets out yourself via the BB calculator but it's easy enough.

I've done that for the bet365 in play offers anyway - that's not an issue. 

 

What about up front cash? Is it a case of put a ton in and start seeing the profits or is it big money in to get the decent returns? 

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You need about £500 float at least. You could quite easily make £500+ per month and that's being quite pessimistic.

 

Also the bigger float the more offers you can do, so over time you can do more.

 

I am new to it myself but have made a fair wedge in my first month, but have been lucky on the casino offers.

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Do you have to pay up front for Profit Maximiser? is it just a one off payment?

 

It's £116.  You pay annually, I think.  You can get it back within the first 30 days and leave if you're not up for it once you see what it's about. 

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Cheers,

 

I always like to think I can do it myself, but I guess this would work out a lot more profitable and a lot less time consuming! 

 

Do what yourself?  Gambling? 

 

PM is pretty time consuming though, especially at first. 

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It's £116. You pay annually, I think. You can get it back within the first 30 days and leave if you're not up for it once you see what it's about.

Its £97 if you simply change your country of residence on sign up to United States.

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Anyone tried the new "Accumulator Generator" yet?

I've not but been sent a couple of emails about it. Something like for every £50 you bet you're guaranteed a £10 profit. I notice he's taking down the invites today.

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I have acca generator and you can lock in a profit but it's not a guranteed £10, it depends on the lay odds staying the same but they often go up leaving you less in profit. You still get about £6-10 each one but have to lay off the legs sequentially which can be a pain in the arse if you are out or busy.

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I have acca generator and you can lock in a profit but it's not a guranteed £10, it depends on the lay odds staying the same but they often go up leaving you less in profit. You still get about £6-10 each one but have to lay off the legs sequentially which can be a pain in the arse if you are out or busy.

Not a fan of these products where you are betting well in advance and with £50 accas. The bookies will notice when you've probably never put a £50 bet previously but now regularly are.

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Not a fan of these products where you are betting well in advance and with £50 accas. The bookies will notice when you've probably never put a £50 bet previously but now regularly are.

Big thanks to you for putting me onto PM in the first place!

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Bookies are bad cunts.

 

I got gubbed by seaniemac instantly. The offer was put 5 x £25 bets on to get a free £25 bet. I never even got to use my free £25 bet. Cunts.

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Bookies are bad cunts.

 

I got gubbed by seaniemac instantly. The offer was put 5 x £25 bets on to get a free £25 bet. I never even got to use my free £25 bet. Cunts.

Yeah that group are wankers Boyles, Apollo, McClean and Seanie Mac all cunts.

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Those doing the PM... I guess a fair bit of money to be made from bet365 and William hill racing offers, how do you avoid getting gubbed, do you throw in some mug bets, because getting gubbed by those two bookmakers would be detrimental to the amount of money you can consistently make, no?

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I have acca generator and you can lock in a profit but it's not a guranteed £10, it depends on the lay odds staying the same but they often go up leaving you less in profit. You still get about £6-10 each one but have to lay off the legs sequentially which can be a pain in the arse if you are out or busy.

 

I signed up today and my head is a bit wrecked if I'm honest. Looks massively time consuming. I'm gonna give it a few days to see if I think I can commit the time to make it worthwhile, probably wasn't the right time of year to take the plunge in that respect.

 

Anyone had any experience trying to get a refund on any of Mike's products? He did say you had 30 days to change your mind, just wondering how easy/difficult it is.

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Those doing the PM... I guess a fair bit of money to be made from bet365 and William hill racing offers, how do you avoid getting gubbed, do you throw in some mug bets, because getting gubbed by those two bookmakers would be detrimental to the amount of money you can consistently make, no?

You will still make money despite gubbings but not as much. The next step is signing up your wife/family/friends if they are willing. The casino offers on PM are very profitable but you have to deal with the inevitable losses.

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No worries. Hope its making you nice wedge.

Nearly hit 10k now. Delighted with it, it's very time consuming but very profitable and I like doing it.

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Be careful signing up mates, family etc. I signed up a mate and having invested about £300-400 in the bet365 offer they wanted loads of data protection stuff that I couldn't provide and lost it. I'd recommend starting with the smaller offers

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