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  • Mint Bet

    Does anyone have any experience or knowledge of this book?

    UKGC License as an FSB tecnology white label and terms on website say its not operated by MintBet but by FSB



    Searching on their claimed Irish license, Betting (Amendment) Act 2015 (Licence Number: 1013757), these bookmakers pop up; 7bestbets.com, brucebetting.com, quinnbet.com, sportdec.com and gowager.co.uk,

    Received a warning from a player about an announcement that was on the front page of the site that worried them. Anyone else see this?

  • I've never used Mintbet, but have used other FSB sites in the past and can confirm that FSB are a reputable platform provider and licence holder (odds aren't the best and they can be quick to limit, but they won't steal from you or scam you).

    I saw the notice saying that Mintbet were ceasing all online operations on their homepage a couple of days ago, but it now seems to have disappeared, so not sure what's going on with them.


    • That's why I am asking. A worried player asked if we knew anything about it as they get no response asking why it was there and if they can have a large futures bet cancelled to withdraw.

      I've since been given and email that said the same thing sent 3 days ago.

      Will update if they reply to us with any extra info.


      • Also found it is owned by Irish company McBride Racing Limited too.


        • The best thing might be to contact FSB directly and ask them what is going on with Mintbet. You can do this via the 'Talk to an Expert' link on their homepage (www.fsbtech.com)


          • Requested withdrawl 28/11 and received it 30/11. Under £100.


            • The closure message is now back on their homepage. Says that they will be closing soon and tells all customers to withdraw their funds in full. Looks as if customers with ante-post bets have the option of either cancelling them or allowing them to stand.


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