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  1. #1 Average 1% daily profits to be made at zero risk in Sportsbooks 
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    I have a 15 year history with certain rock solid sportsbooks and can get you special promos that allow earning handsome profits at zero risk. I am an expert and looking for a partner who can invest 10k+ in his sportsbook accounts and follow my lead to average us daily 1% profit each with zero risk (total 2% daily profit). This may sound too good to be true, but with my expertise it is a certainty. I do NOT need access to your account. you can follow my instructions in minutes a day and ensure that your bankroll increases every single day. When you withdraw profits, we split them, simple. Like any business, there is a point of diminishing returns..the most that my system will earn us is an average of 15k total every month. It is like a stock that ONLY goes up, never an up & down in bankroll. PM me if genuinely interested so we can have a phone talk about this.
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    Please email me adam1magnet@gmail.com or text me 469-508-7911 or contact a moderator to email me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstack34 View Post
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    If it sounds too good to be true........it usually is.

    I remember about 25 years ago. This group was giving horse picks at obscure tracks and of course they were winning. None of the major books allowed you to bet at these tracks. They sent you to an offshore book that would take the bets. The deal was you place the bets and they received 20% of the profits. They only wanted players that could put in a fairly large initial deposit. Anyone want to guess how it plays out?

    They got quite a few people to send money to the offshore account. The plays did spectacular and the players accounts went way up (that can happen playing quinellas and boxes in horses if they are good picks). At the end of the month they told the players you need to send us our 20%. The players wanted to wait until they got their money. The person giving the picks said either send the money like we agreed to right now or take a hike. Not wanting to lose on a source making them so much money they took their own money and paid the service before getting their money from the offshore account. Any guesses what happens next?

    Of course they lost all of that money and everything they deposited. It doesn't take many suckers losing six figures for the scam artist to make a boat load of money. It was just a big scam...the plays...the offshore book. Greed got the best of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Star View Post
    If it sounds too good to be true........it usually is.

    I remember about 25 years ago. This group was giving horse picks at obscure tracks and of course they were winning. None of the major books allowed you to bet at these tracks. They sent you to an offshore book that would take the bets. The deal was you place the bets and they received 20% of the profits. They only wanted players that could put in a fairly large initial deposit. Anyone want to guess how it plays out?

    They got quite a few people to send money to the offshore account. The plays did spectacular and the players accounts went way up (that can happen playing quinellas and boxes in horses if they are good picks). At the end of the month they told the players you need to send us our 20%. The players wanted to wait until they got their money. The person giving the picks said either send the money like we agreed to right now or take a hike. Not wanting to lose on a source making them so much money they took their own money and paid the service before getting their money from the offshore account. Any guesses what happens next?

    Of course they lost all of that money and everything they deposited. It doesn't take many suckers losing six figures for the scam artist to make a boat load of money. It was just a big scam...the plays...the offshore book. Greed got the best of them.

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    I will never want anything until my client wants to pay it. And we will only be dealing with sportsbooks that have a strong rating on SBR
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