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Online LiverpoolCapper

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O.P. « 2020-Mar-25, 03:55 PM »
Hi,

Search functionality is currently disabled, so I apologize ahead of time if this topic has been beaten to death in the past already.

In North America when you wager through an advance deposit wagering (ADW) company, they route your bets to the tote system, and it's commonplace to get a cash rebate for every dollar wagered.  The more you wager, the better position you're in to negotiate better rebates.

Are things similar in Australia?  Does Tabcorp offer rebates through Tab accounts, or are there similar 3rd party set-ups where you need to sign up with someone else etc.?

What companies offer the most competitive rebates for pari-mutual wagering, or is Tab the only game in town?

Thanks,

LC



Online jfc

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« 2020-Mar-25, 04:10 PM Reply #1 »
All significant Australian players now dodge taxes by going through this Isle of Man mob.

It's a long sordid story which I don't feel like recounting right now.

Check previous material in bottom link.


http://www.pginternational.co.uk/product/premium-customers/

http://www.racehorsetalk.com.au/racing-talk/isle-of-man-(ipulation)/


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