Ive had the same thing happen, they want me to take them through it but im a bit slow at it, have only made £25 in just over a week, not sure how people make thousands in one month, especially when they have finished all the sign up offers.
Originally Posted by etherz
First, you'll never finish all the sign-up offers, as Andy says in this post, you can have hundreds of accounts and not be done the sign-up offers.
Originally Posted by dany2010
Second, there are reloads, special offers, arbs, etc... all the time. Take a look at my diary or read through the £400 a month challenge to see pretty much exactly how people can make thousands a month
I think it just takes time, patience, and a willingness to learn.
Originally Posted by dany2010
I started with the simple offers and then stalled a bit when the easier offers dried up, i then forced myself to take a look at underlaying the more complicated offers. After that I started tinkering with the bet365 4/1 offer which made me a fair bit of cash until i got gubbed. I have now just moved on to the point where i am comfortable with dutching simple 2-way bets. My next steps are to move into the US bookies and to learn about US odds, and also to learn more about 3-way/ complex dutching which i think will take me a fair bit of time judging by how long it took for underlaying/2-way dutching to sink in!
Just to say, slims diary is amazing and shows you what can be achieved when you have put in the hours to learn the trade!
I'm a part-time student after enrolling on a course which started in Feb with the OU. I'm currently blundering my way through this one (Health and Social Care) and my plan is to use it towards a degree in Childhood Studies. The sole purpose is that when my boy begins screaming or crying in public and I get one of those looks as if it's completely unnatural for a child under two to not be able to behave like an adult, I can simply say "and do you have a degree in Childhood Studies?" It's quite a length to go to but it should avoid further use of a cupped hand to the ear on such miserable buggers.
I'm doing a masters and am so grateful to my friend for introducing me to matched betting and TGT. I haven't put enough effort in recently to make as much money as I'd like but I'm gonna have some more spare time so hopefully.
My bank called me worried someone was fraudulently using my account lol. I'm sure they'll be pleased once some money's gone in tho!
They do that sometimes it is nothing to worry about, it is just because they have systems in place to detect "suspicious" activity and it automatically kicks in. It is sometimes due to the fact you may not use the card at all for days then there is a flurry of half a douzen or so transactions in the space of an hour. Or more often it is because the sites you deposit into are located in different countries and there is no way to see it is because of the Internet and as far as your bank is concerned you have just spent £50 in Gibralter then maybe £25 in Malta then £100 in Antigua and they think hang on how has he travelled that distance so quickly? And so they think the card has been stolen or is not being used exclusively by you so suspend it until you say it is OK they were you.
Originally Posted by ruthxpx
Have a plan and stick to it
yeah i wasn't too worried, did feel like they judged me a bit tho lol
Originally Posted by Andy
it happened to my boyfriend once, the fraud team had suspended his account without telling him and when he went to pay for our dinner at a restaurant it just wouldn't work. It was a bit embarrassing haha
I'm also a 2nd year Warwick student, it IS a small world! How many of you are 2nd year Maths students then?
I'm kinda on the spoiled-by-the-parents side, so I'm only doing matched betting for a bit of extra cash. Started a few days ago and made £170! (And that's only the cash in hand, awaiting £40 + £25 cashback). I am a crazy saver normally but considering dipping into this for a new phone.
HSBC also called me up to check on me and make sure my card wasn't being used fraudulently. The next day I was panic depositing funds into Betfair (backed without checking first), and it got declined! Tried it again though and it worked, so my best guess is I entered the security number wrong and they weren't blocking it or anything.
I nearly went to Warwick to do maths, in the end I ended up going to Manchester, supposed to be one of the best places for maths in the country eh Warwick?
Good to see you putting those maths skills to good use getting hands dirty with some practical stats
I'm studying computer science at warwick. Online money making is becoming quite the fashion there. Whenever i go into computer science there is always someone on quidco and quite a few do bingo. Only two or three poeple that i know of are doing matched betting though.
I also got my card block. I think it was because it ticked the box "I will use the money deposited with this credit/debit card for GAMING purposes" when depositing to moneybookers.