Why buy betting shop accounts Buying BC accounts
On forums, in thematic groups, you can find ads for the purchase of negative accounts for quite a decent amount. The offer on the one hand looks tempting, but on the other it suggests the idea of fraud, since a person who has nothing to hide can register with the BC independently. Let’s find out why bookmaker accounts are bought with a minus, what consequences the transaction is fraught with for the seller and the buyer.
- What is a negative account?
- Why do people buy other people’s accounts
- Nuances of buying and selling
How much does a negative account cost
Is it worth selling a profile, what is a negative account
A negative account is a profile of a player who has lost more money than he has won. Of course, his account does not go into the negative at the same time, but the bettor regularly lowers the bankroll. Sometimes he wins, but the winnings do not cover the money lost at the distance.
You can go into the negative for 5, 50, 100, 500 or more thousand. There are 80-90% of negative players in BC. Their accounts do not attract the attention of the bookmaker, because they do not deprive the office of earnings. They have high limits on maximum bets and withdrawals. It is for such accounts that buyers are hunting.
What is the promotion in betting
Promotion of an account in a bookmaker’s office
to the content Why do people buy other people’s accounts
There are several reasons why bookmaker accounts with a negative balance are bought. Let’s take a closer look at the categories of people interested in buying.
Forks are more likely than others to hunt for other people’s profiles. Betting companies do not favor fans of arbitrage bets, so they cut their limits. It becomes impossible to make money on forks if a bettor can put a maximum of 200 rubles or 3-4 dollars on a sports event. Earnings will not cover the payment of a good scanner. You will not be able to make a profit, even if you look for arbitrage rates yourself.
Forks buy a lot of accounts in different BCS in order to have more options for winning. They are used at full strength until the accounts are blocked or cut.
After-runners bet live on a goal that has already been scored, but the coefficients in the line have not yet had time to change due to broadcast delays or technical errors. 1-2 times such bets pass, but then the bookmaker puts the bettors on the blacklist, cuts the accounts, blocks the account with the inability to withdraw money.
After-schoolers often have to change profiles. Sometimes they don’t even buy them, but rent them from unsuccessful players.
Bonus hunters do not buy all accounts in a row, but only in those BCS that give freebets, double or triple deposits on certain days, hold one-time or long-term promotions.
Usually, bonus hunters do not use the profile for a long time, but, having received a benefit, they resell it. This is the most harmless category of buyers who are trying to get more money out of the BC without investing much.
- Loyalty Program
- An example of loyalty programs that bonus hunters are after
Lovers of negotiators
If you put 1-2 times on a contractual match, no sanctions from the BC will follow. But if you do this regularly, the account is blocked with no possibility of withdrawing money. Fans of the negotiators have to buy profiles in bundles.
Professional players are considered bettors who come out in a plus at a distance. At first, the BC does not show interest in them, but with regular winnings of large sums, it cuts the accounts. Therefore, cappers often have to change profiles. They are especially suited for negative accounts with a rich betting history, which is replete with losses and winnings. This allows you to stay in the shade longer.
Scammers buy negative accounts of bookmakers to turn illegal financial transactions, money laundering. When making a profit dishonestly, they start it on the account of the BC, and then withdraw it to the card or electronic wallet. Movements on the account will show that the funds were obtained legally, by winning on bookmaker bets.
Scammers prefer to buy personal accounts in betting companies that accept deposits through many payment systems, including bitcoin wallets, because it is impossible to track the owner.