For those of you looking to build in extra profit and edge to your betting, then today I want to highlight how you can use e-wallets to earn cashback when depositing money into your betting accounts.
Whilst your betting income might fluctuate on a weekly and monthly basis, ewallet cashback ticks over whether you win or lose as its based on your staking and turnover.
By taking advantage of e-wallet cashback, those of you betting regularly can easily start to make an extra £100 to £200 per month by following a few simple steps.
Even if you already use an e-wallet with the likes of Neteller, Skrill or ecoPayz – you can still earn cashback by following our advice.
So to help you understand more on how easy it is to earn e-wallet cashback, I have put together a simple 7-page guide for you to download on how you can take advantage of this. Click here to download
This free guide also outlines 3 different punters making between £100 and £560 per month simply by following this method and answers all the main questions you might have.
All told, it is really very simple to get started and by using this cashback method, you can enjoy a handy income boost each month.
Smart Betting Club Owner and Founder
In today’s column I want to share a top pro gambler tip on how to keep all of your betting activity as organised as possible…and also how you can save (and make) money in the process.
If you enjoy a bet then the chances are you have at least one, if not several different bookmaker accounts, which although the right thing to do (after all the more bookies you use, the better the odds you can get), does mean it can be a nightmare keeping on top of it all.
One of the big problems with having multiple bookie accounts is that it also can mean your bank account becomes cluttered with constant deposits and withdrawals (hopefully more of the latter!). It can also be a slow and sometimes costly exercise to constantly use your debit and credit cards for betting.
Keeping track of your betting performance also becomes that much harder when its muddled in with your Council Tax and Tesco food shopping bills…plus of course, potential issues when it comes to explaining your betting activity to outsiders.
Indeed, a few years ago, I had a heck of a job convincing my Mortgage company as to why there was so much money coming in from the likes of Ladbrokes and Bet365 in my bank account! Thankfully they saw more coming in than going out, but it was the final time I used my current account for betting I can tell you.
An Easy Solution For Gamblers
There is one easy solution to all of this for keen gamblers – which is in the form of digital wallets (or e-wallet) services such as those offered by companies such as Skrill (formerly known as Moneybookers). Continue reading