Betting scams: Why you should never believe a betslip (a step by step guide to how it’s done)

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  • Darren

    Brilliant guide. Thanks so much for raising awareness of this

  • Lee

    Thanks for the run down, very interesting mate.

    Seeing this guy everywhere at the mo. Ridiculous betting record stated on his website as well. 125-3 on MLB 😀

  • Michael Timbs

    Good video. Makes me sick how many scamming pages there are who use this (90% of them run by the same guy on the Gold Coast).

  • Hi Michael, if you have details please share them with ACORN. They will be very interested.

  • Michael Timbs

    If anyone is interested the following Facebook pages are all run by the same scammer Stefan Vicelic.
    Multisports, 50k challenge, 60k challenge, Punting Prophet.

    I used to share betslips to let ppl know that if they followed my tips I was betting my own advice. Now there’s no point as it’s so easy to fake.

  • Jaroslav Svestka

    Thanks for sharing this info.

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  • Cathal Dempsey

    Im surprised this guy only been exposed now . He has been around for 2years or more. He used give out bets on korean basketball and greek division 2soccer. None them ever won surprisingly!!

  • Ryan

    Very interesting video. Thanks for sharing this. I have been apart of all of these pages and I can say with 100% confidence that the Punting Prophet is the only legit one. I have been with them for around 8 months and have won quite a bit. Happy to send photos to prove it as well. I also know that Stefan does not run the Punting Prophet or Multi Sports, so Michael Timbs below is incorrect. Just saying.

  • King of Clay

    Hello, how do you make tennis betting model what is the best way to start for the newbie?