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  • Trevrizent
    started a topic McBookie.com Website

    McBookie.com Website

    McBookie appears to have ditched Jenningsbet (not the first to do so) and is now being powered by Victor Chandler.

  • pier0
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    That means BetVictor manages the payments on their behalf. It is imho a good sign as personally I rather have a large company like BetVictor holding the player funds than a small bookie.

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  • mallow
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    When I deposit via Skrill to mcbookie I get receipt as " received by BETVICTOR"
    I am puzzled....

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  • Trevrizent
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    Thanks for the link. As for closing accounts, I guess it will depend on whether they are using their own traders or BetVictor's. Their website implies that they have their own traders, but I'm not entirely convinced.

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  • G-Man
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    You can see them all here: https://www.bookmakersreview.com/bookmaker-group/tgp-group-ltd-jenningsbet

    I just wonder if McBookie will be as hasty as BetVictor in closing accounts?

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  • Trevrizent
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    I'm not sure how many Jenningsbet 'white labels' are left now (Apollobet switched to Boylesports in April of this year and now McBookie has gone over to VC). The only two I can think of are Setantabet and Wilsonbet, although there may be a couple more.

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  • Trevrizent
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    Yes, I agree that their new site is a great improvement. The Jenningsbet connection had always put me off McBookie, but I think I will be opening an account with them now.

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  • G-Man
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    Hi Trevrizent - that has been changed on the McBookie review page on the main BookmakersReview site. The Victor Chandler skin looks much better than the old site, with better odds. Have you had a good experience with McBookie?

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