Partner/Family friendly sites
my dad is thinking of doing matched betting after having the shock of me actually paying him some rent. i have noticed when joining alot of sites they say one per household which obviously means as i have joined at the same addres he cant join and claim the bonus. I was wondering if anyone else has doen this recently and whether there is a list of sites which are partner or family friendly
I've read many lists of pf but in my experience they tend to be out of date. Always best to check the T&C's.
One's I know for sure from personal experience in the last year :
Hope this helps
Check also Gamebookers and Partybets!
Bookie Info - Google Docs
This spreadsheet is excellent. I would always read the latest T&Cs and even email the bookies Customer Service team, just to get confirmation.
One free bet per household
Sorry to start a new thread on this but could not find what else to attach it to.
A lot of offers are "one freebet per household", I have done almost all reputable / non-US bookies and moved house about 6 months ago - I have changed my account details to my new address at the sites that I have used since then. My sister is about to start match betting and she still lives with the parents. I gave her a little warning that my address may still be the home address at some sites and to check with me so I can check and change the address if necessary but then I got thinking.. will bookies have stored my original address and refuse her any winnings from the freebet because of this?
Andy - I'm particularly interested on your view as I have advised her to join through your links throughout the venture as the TGT are helpful if there are any problems with withdrawing and I do not want to put any of her money at risk especially as she is planning on doing this to get her out debt! But if she is breaking the terms then its a problem. Obviously the bookie should not offer the freebet in the first place but judging by some stories - bookies do have an uncanny knack of checking accounts only after a freebet has won and the player tries withdrawing! (e.g. Goldvictory)
Do you think there is a risk in her doing it - any past experiences would be helpful
One of the people I have introduced to this forum have moved into a new address recently. This was the address of a previous TGT user from a while ago, who unfortunately passed away.
The new user contacted me this week and told me he had been banned from any bonuses at BET365 because there was a previous registered account at the address.
Emails went to/from BET365 regarding the circumstances suurrounding this but they totally and utterly refused to budge. The user had of course bet (and lost) his initial £50 qualifier before the 'Trading Team' intervened!
In short it would seem that this MAY cauise your sister a problem.
Hope this helps!
Have updated the list now for the ones my partner and i have completed also we do live at the same address.
Totesport is no longer PF.
I'll add Sunderlands (£25 SR) and Firstbet (£50 Matched SNR) to the PF sites
If the other person who used to live at my address has since changed all of his addresses at these bookies then I'm presuming it will be pretty hard for the bookie to flag up my address as having being used before? Or do they store the details of the person when they initially join?
Sorry i missed this post when you first asked. Basically every site is run by a different company so will have a different attitude/policy to it and also different sites may bother to check and others may not, etc etc, there is not a hard and fast rule.
Originally Posted by Lukey25
It would probably come down to can she reasonably say she didn't know that the person before her had claimed a promotion and then if the gave the freebet and it won, its not her to blame and they "should" pay it, and reasonable firms like PaddyPower for example who i rate highly for common sense would do. Other firms would stick to the very letter of the T&Cs and would refuse the winnings, it is a case of just having to take your chances a bit.
I think the chances of it being a problem are pretty small though if the only cross over is your address. People move all the time and as time goes on its inevitable more and more peope will purely by chance sign up to SiteA when the address was already used, so i think they will have to relax that particualr rule in time.
Have a plan and stick to it
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