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  1. #1
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    Best Way To Fund/Best Book

    I am looking for the best way to fund a betting account in Canada. Also I want to know what you all recommend as the best book (for parlays, buying points etc).

    I've used sportsinteraction in the past as well as sportsbook.com but one has no good parlays and the other is to slow with payment.

    Anyone want to recommend a good sportsbook for having a Canadian account, and best the way to fund this account(cheapest, fastest, method etc.)

    Your help will be greatly appreciated especially if I can fund this new account by this weekend for the NFL playoffs.

    PS: Don't bother plugging affiliate links as they won't be used.

  2. #2
    go to www.wsex.com. simply the best, i do believe. not a slap, but i find it somewhat humourous, however, that youre running a web page and are somewhat of a novice in this business. and by the way, the canadian thing should have no relevancy to what youre looking for in an offshore book. Antigua, australia,costa rica, uk, there are good ones in many places, but notably not us or canada.

    anyway, luck to all

  3. #3
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    Yes, WSEX is good. My favorite three are Olympic, Intertops and Carib. All top notch.

    Prepaid ATM is my favorite funding source.

    Good luck,

    rick

  4. #4
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    Originally posted by chamilun
    not a slap, but i find it somewhat humourous, however, that youre running a web page and are somewhat of a novice in this business.
    What exactly do you find humorous??

    The fact that I have been using the same two sportsbooks for over 2 years and I haven't bothered using other books??

    Or is it the fact that I have been winning money (for the most part anyway) this season and haven't had to credit/deposit any money to any new betting accounts since paypal became unavailable in mid july??

    Or is it the fact that I don't usually bet on teasers etc.. and often only make picks with/against the spread??

    Maybe your referring to the fact that I don't use units and was unfamiliar with them. [small] I feel they're the biggest crock in the world because most people don't follow someone elses picks game for game for game, thus if you forget to wager your 2-5 units on someone elses "two unit" or "five unit" play; you end up losing money in the long run.. please correct me if I'm wrong of course [/small] Even though all my picks are made with the same odds with/against the spread, thus a win percentage is more accurate then units.

    Maybe I missed something??


    and by the way, the canadian thing should have no relevancy to what youre looking for in an offshore book.
    I have no US bank account thus it makes every difference as it rules out firepay, swiftpay, and prepaid atm. Also as many canadians are familir some sportsbooks kill you with US$ to Canadian$ credit card exchange rates.

  5. #5
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    Intertops offers many different currencies and so does Pinnacle. They'll take care of the conversion rate for you.

  6. #6
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    Originally posted by HotPants
    Intertops offers many different currencies and so does Pinnacle. They'll take care of the conversion rate for you.
    Thanks!

  7. #7
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    I'd reccomend neteller for funding the accounts.

  8. #8
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    Try out SPORTSBETTING.COM. The best way to fund your account would be with NETeller. This way your withdrawals will be faster.


    SPORTSBETTING.COM
    Sports betting made simple and secure
    http://www.sportsbetting.com

  9. #9
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    OLYMPIC are one of the best and you can also have your account in canadian $

    Also quick payments (31 hours) to canada via FED EX cashiers cheques.


    MARK

    Sportsbetting seems like a good book but CANADIANS cant sign up.------I tried and was told I couldn't.


    BRINK
    And as far as NETELLER I think you must have a non canadian bank account.

  10. #10
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    Gianfranco, you are correct. I should have read the post closer. Why is it that Neteller is no good for Canadiens? I realize they are a Canadien company but why does that prevent you from using it?

    Mark from Sportsbetting : I tried to sign up using neteller but was told there was a $1,000 a day max on a transfer and a cap as to how much you can transfer in general. Any chance this will change or that exceptions can be made?

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