With all that’s going on post-Brexit, the weakening pound and the forecast that this could all push Britain back in to a recession… Budding entrepreneurs among you are probably thinking that now is NOT the time to think about starting your own business. But you’d be wrong.
“The critical ingredient is getting off your butt and doing something. It’s as simple as that. A lot of people have ideas, but there are few who decide to do something about them now. Not tomorrow. Not next week. But today.”
I managed to catch the Radio 4 consumer programme You and Yours back on 7 July. They ran a feature about bookmakers and the increasing number of complaints made to the Gambling Commission about refusal to pay over winnings. Has this happened to you too?
There have been some interesting developments in the IE Snare story since my article on it last year…
I thought I’d share some tips and tricks we’ve picked up that will help you avoid getting your betting accounts closed or severely restricted.
This is a big problem… One that any MMR member who bets on a regular basis has either already faced, or probably will do at some point in the not-too-distant future… Bookies closing, or severely restricting, their accounts if they show the slightest sign of winning.
Our reviewer has literally just advised me of another sneaky trick that one particular tipster, Racing Prophets Tipster, is using to try and get recipients to click on links in their marketing emails.
If you’ve been searching for an extra income opportunity for some time then it’s highly likely that, like the MMR team, you have found yourself on a number of email marketing lists. And the chances are that, like us, you’ve been sent an awful lot of “too-good-to-be-true” offers that are, well, just not true.
96,699. That’s a very large number of people. More than the number of people that can be seated in Wembley Stadium. But that’s how many cases of ‘Phishing’ were reported in 2015 alone – an average of 8,000 people per month were caught out by scammers who in some way or another stole their personal details and their money.
Now, for many, Easter has now become associated with delicious chocolate eggs cute fluffy bunnies and having two extra days off work – woohoo! But did you know that the annual Easter weekend is also a prime time for scammers to catch you unawares.