Top 10 Ways to Spot a SCAM Sportsbook

Written by Bill Dozer, SBR Analyst

A sports bettor has a difficult enough time attempting to beatrepparttar odds without adding extra risk by not researching his sportsbook or monitoring its business. Just as a racecar driver will always check his equipment and wear his seatbelt,repparttar 127550 sports bettor should monitor his vehicle to protect himself. Driving inrepparttar 127551 fast lane does not mean driving reckless. Along with playing at only top tier sportsbooks, there are many traffic signs a player can watch for to avoidrepparttar 127552 highway pile up.

1. If a Sportsbook that has never offered a bonus over 10%, now offers a 25% Bonus with a low roll over. 2. If a Sportsbook offers a High Bonus with Reduced Juice - or other combination of offerings that look too good to be true, it probably is. 3. A Sportsbook with Obscure or Soft Lines can only mean one of two things: a lack of volume or thatrepparttar 127553 book itself is gambling on events. 4. When things are not going so well, a Sportsbook will increase prices. This alone is not a sign of problems. But if you see this with any ofrepparttar 127554 other items on this list,repparttar 127555 book may be in trouble. 5. Keep an eye on a Sportsbook’s marketing campaigns. Watch for anything out ofrepparttar 127556 ordinary - new or drastic changes like cold calling or excessive bonuses can represent a change in target

Can You Really Make Money with Surf for Cash Programs?

Written by Ed Zivkovic

Copyright © 2004 Ed Zivkovic

This article will focus onrepparttar Spedia Surf for Cash Program

I first came across from my Alexa Toolbar as a result of visiting another non related site. I was looking for programs to promote and spedia sounded good onrepparttar 127549 outside and I almost signed up in order to refer others intorepparttar 127550 program.

It all sounded too good to be true. The 5 level deep payout structure would ensure a decent income after some heavy promoting but my intuition told me to do a quick search forrepparttar 127551 term "spedia scam" and see if there was any negative spedia information around. The results speak for themselves.

An abundance of warnings and people's negative experiences with spedia. The most common complaints seem to be that they don't pay. Other complains include system crashes and spam if you cancel your account.

The Spedia Terms of Service

The Spedia Terms of Service can be found at You must agree to these terms in order to participate inrepparttar 127552 Spedia Surf for Cash Program. It is a very interesting page. Especially clause #16 whereby you agree not to participate in a Class Action Law Suit against Spedia but you are "allowed" to make a claim as an individual.

Personally, I cannot see any one person taking Spedia to court for 30 bucks which they did not pay. If you cannot participate in a Class Action whereby thousands of individuals can make a claim with one court case and with one attorney, what chance have you got to get your money?

Spedia and Surf+ Scumware

It seems that by downloading and installingrepparttar 127553 spediabar, you are also installing a Scumware program called Surf+. This is not a good thing. The Surf+ Scumware hasrepparttar 127554 ability to change plain text words on any web page into hyperlinks. These hyperlinks are inserted withoutrepparttar 127555 permission ofrepparttar 127556 webmaster in order to hijack you onto another site. More about how Surf+ works here:

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