Everything You Need To Start Matched Betting
August 24, 2016
So you’ve read about this great way to make money online with Matched Bets and fancy earning an extra income but unsure if you are properly prepared. Well have no fear, here’s everything you need to start matched betting.
If you’ve read our guide to matched betting, you already know that it is a legitimate, risk-free way to boost your income. Spend around 30 minutes per day doing betting offers and, with the help of our specialised tools and easy-to-follow guides, you’ll earn £500 or more every month.
You must be aged over 18 and reside in the UK to register. If you don’t fit those two criteria you may as well stop reading now as matched betting involves registering with online bookmakers to make guaranteed cash profits from their promotions.
Matched Bets provides most of the tools you need, but you do require your own computer and access to the internet. Tablets and phones work ok, but you’ll find a PC or laptop is much better.
You will need a bank account and debit card in order to make deposits and withdrawals. Later you can use internet wallets such as Neteller, PayPal and Skrill but most welcome offers are not available to deposits made via those methods and you are likely to earn your first £700 or so from sign ups. Having an account solely for matched betting is also advisable, but not essential, as it makes it easier to keep track of your profits.
You’ll also need some of your own money to begin with. You can start with as little as £50, but it will mean slow progress to start with until you build up a bank. It can take up to 5 days for a withdrawal request to hit your bank account which may leave you waiting around before being able to move on to the next offer.
Some welcome offers require a fairly large bank in order to maximise the profit. We present offers in such as way that you can gradually work up to these offers from a small bank, but the more you start out with, the faster you can make money. Don’t worry about the risk to the initial investment, as profits are guaranteed. Mistakes usually mean making less profit than you’d expect and losses, on the rare occasions they happen, are so small that they will be recovered with the next offer.
Bookmakers are obliged to ask for proof of identity which can often be taken automatically when depositing via debit card. However, you will eventually be asked to provide proof by someone. We recommend taking a high definition copy of your driving licence or passport which can be uploaded along with a copy of a recent utility bill. You won’t need these to begin with but having an app on your phone, like Office Lens, that can take high definition scans will save you time later on.
Getting started matched betting checklist
- Bank account
- Debit Card
- PC or laptop
- Access to internet
- Starting Bank, recommend £100 or more
- Means to make high definition copy of verification id, advised but not essential
Tick off the items and click here to start your 14-day trial for just £1