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Posted 11 May 2012 - 07:22 PM

Bonusbagging.co.uk Reviews Mike Cruickshank. Is it a scam? If you have been involved in gambling in any type of capacity, then you will probably have heard of what is now known as Bonus Bagging. To put simply, Bonus Bagging is an activity whereby somebody who is interested in gambling seeks to take advantage of the various offers that bookmakers offer.


The offers are genuine, and bookmakers use such incentives to attract new customers into their arena, in the hope that once the bonus has been used up, that the punter will continue the spend.


What happens when I have used all the incentives up from all the bookmakers?


Well, because 99.999% of people will never make any money from gambling, and bookmakers know this, then they have very little to lose when offering more incentives. They use the bonuses as loss-leaders, and because punters are just giving the money back to them, and not really gaining in profit, then bookmakers have nothing to lose.

 

Up To £1500 of Free Money To Be Collected


Therefore, even if you have used all the incentives up, you will find that you could, and probably will still be offered new incentives by the bookmakers, in a secondary attempt at getting you to spend your OWN money - which is of course where the bookmaker makes the profit.


Why don't I just find all the incentives offered by bookmakers myself?


You could do that, which can be time consuming, especially if you have countless bookmaker accounts, or you could for a smaller fee pay a website to do this for you. A website like Bonusbagging.co.uk, run by Mike Cruickshank, who for a very small fee, will send you updates on when, or where the bonuses can be had, and then you are free to continue to spend the bookmaker's money.


What could be better than that? We rarely promote, or advise of a business, but this is a GENUINE service, and it works. The bonuses are there, sometimes up to £1500, and all you have to do is collect them.


Sounds great, how do I start?


Simply Click the following Link, and sign up at the bottom of the page, and start collecting your money today.


The very small fee that is charged is made back almost immediately. This is a no lose situation. Join today


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Posted 12 May 2012 - 01:23 AM

Bonus bagging definitely works as you say. If you have lots of accounts it can be tricky to keep track so their service is a good and saves time having to fight through a quagmire of emails looking for bonuses.

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 11:42 AM

So let me get this straight:  Let´s say I have already opened accounts with various bookmakers (and utilised the initial opening free bets/bonuses), I can then still get further free bets and bonuses?   This does seem too good to be true, so a little scepticism is required here.  Also, at a cost of 27 pounds it doesn´t seem unreasonable.  

Does any other posters have feedback on this website?

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 11:53 AM

It is not too good to be true. You need to appreciate the commercial aspect of this from the bookies point of view, they have

nothing to lose offering these bonuses, as you are spending the money back with them anyway.

It is like your local beach giving you sand to build a sandcastle, the sand will still stay on the beach after you have had your fun.

It is basic commerce for the bookies, and the more bonuses they give, the more opportunities they have to get you spending your own cash.

Think about it. You the punter get as much free cash as the accounts you can open, and the bookie gains the exposure, and the potential of profit.

Almost a perfect model for both parties.

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 12:10 PM

Just thought I would give some input on this service as I have tried it before,
I always have known about Matched Betting (bonus bagging) and done it many times in the past, but it is very time consuming keep track of the free offers and finding the right opportunity to match the free bet so I thought I would give Mike's service a try.
Overall I am very happy and profited a few hundred pound as well as having many free bets, I can fully recommend this service there is no risk at all, well sometimes there is a risk of a literally 1 or 2 pound but you end up with a completely free £25 free bet.

I recommended this service to many I know and Mike is a top guy who responds very fast to emails.
His service comes with a refund guarantee so I see no reason not to give it a go, not sure if it works for people in the states but if you are in europe definately give it a go, many who follows Mike's word have profited several hundred pound with 0 risk.

Of course you can sign upto a bookmakers and get a free bet but the problem is you cannot withdraw it and it comes with a whole host of terms and conditions, Mike's service allows you to actually withdraw that free bet.

If you do not have many bookmaker accounts then definately give this a go and you WILL make a nice bit of risk free money.

A great service with fast response to emails, Mike is a good guy - It does seem too good to be true and it actually is but it works.

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 12:54 PM

View Postwinner999, on 13 May 2012 - 11:42 AM, said:

So let me get this straight:  Let´s say I have already opened accounts with various bookmakers (and utilised the initial opening free bets/bonuses), I can then still get further free bets and bonuses?   This does seem too good to be true, so a little scepticism is required here.  Also, at a cost of 27 pounds it doesn´t seem unreasonable.  

Does any other posters have feedback on this website?

You can't get new account bonuses for accounts that you already have opened. You can get reload bonuses from existing accounts which I do email out when I find a good offer open to everybody. I'm sure I will have bookies that you don't have accounts with.

BB also has casino and spread betting bonuses (with guides on how to use) which means extra profit.

There is a 60 day "no quibble" money back guarantee so if you don't like BB then you can have a refund.

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Posted 13 May 2012 - 02:42 PM

I would equate bonus bagging to being on a similar vein to your local supermarket giving your 20% off instore on your first visit, knowing full well that there is a very high ratio of potential customers who will continue to shop with them even after the initial discount has been used.

Again, it is a win/win for both the customer and the company offring the 'bonus'.

The difference here though, is there are literally ten's of bookmakers offering the bonuses, and not only do you get to use this free money, but you get the chance to make more, if that is your interest.

You simply cannot lose, which is why we, as a forum, recommend it.

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Posted 17 May 2012 - 12:00 PM

Am I the only sceptic in this threat?   The advertising blurb states ".....once your (sic) signed-up, all you do is email him each time you want a new bet, and he will respond with a new offer, as well as a specific bet to take advantage of that offer including exactly what amounts you need to stake etc.  Once you have done that, you simply email him (again)........"

It seems Mr Crook-shank is doing an awful lot of work for a one-off £27 payment.  The work he seems to   put in does not cover the rewards.    Once again, my sceptic radars say no, no, no.  In fact, Mr Crook-shank would earn more money, and have more time spending it, if he simply followed his own system.

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Posted 17 May 2012 - 12:09 PM

Winner999, do you doubt that money can be made, and that bookmakers do not give these free bonuses?

It would be interesting to hear your experiences, as to why you don't think it works.

Have you tried it?

Thanks

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Posted 17 May 2012 - 12:46 PM

View Postwinner999, on 17 May 2012 - 12:00 PM, said:

Am I the only sceptic in this threat?   The advertising blurb states ".....once your (sic) signed-up, all you do is email him each time you want a new bet, and he will respond with a new offer, as well as a specific bet to take advantage of that offer including exactly what amounts you need to stake etc.  Once you have done that, you simply email him (again)........"

It seems Mr Crook-shank is doing an awful lot of work for a one-off £27 payment.  The work he seems to   put in does not cover the rewards.    Once again, my sceptic radars say no, no, no.  In fact, Mr Crook-shank would earn more money, and have more time spending it, if he simply followed his own system.

I do work out the bets for Bonus Bagging members.

Why would this forum recommend my product if I did anything different? I don't see them recommending many others.

Come and try it Winner999. If it doesn't work then you can update this post and warn other people. You are protected with a 60 day Clickbank money back guarantee.

I know it does work & I do work out bets for members. There is not an unlimited amount of bookmakers & I am very organised so I offer this service at a cheap price.

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Posted 17 May 2012 - 12:50 PM

Also, winner999

You might be interested in doing some live testing with Bonus Bagging, for the forum, and document the results in this thread?

We will even give you a tag as an official tester. Please see here:

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 12:31 PM

I have never heard bonuses called bagging before, but they are available. Most people who do betting will have come across them with the varying bookmakers they frequent, but not many will have so many accounts open to take advantage of such bonuses. But yes, I suppose if this is about opening lots of accounts and receiving lots of new bonuses from bookmakers, then it is very true. Those free gifts are given to you to provoke you into using them. I did not know a service existed that finds them for you, which is interesting, and worthy of consideration. I will bookmark it and will take a look when I have a little more time to spare.

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Posted 19 May 2012 - 12:00 PM

View PostBonus Bagging, on 17 May 2012 - 12:46 PM, said:

I do work out the bets for Bonus Bagging members.


Ok, therein lies my concern.  I am quite happy to pay £27 to receive advice on where to bag my bonus bets.  It is the "bets" part of the system which I oppose - we already know that the majority of tipsters more often than not get their selections wrong, so all it takes is a few dud tips and I've spent my bonuses, which means I'm having to re-load my accounts with my own cash and the vicious circle begins...

Conclusion:  Yes to the advice on bagging bonuses, but NO to the tipping service.  

I think that is fair.

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Posted 19 May 2012 - 12:56 PM

View Postwinner999, on 19 May 2012 - 12:00 PM, said:

Ok, therein lies my concern.  I am quite happy to pay £27 to receive advice on where to bag my bonus bets.  It is the "bets" part of the system which I oppose - we already know that the majority of tipsters more often than not get their selections wrong, so all it takes is a few dud tips and I've spent my bonuses, which means I'm having to re-load my accounts with my own cash and the vicious circle begins...

Conclusion:  Yes to the advice on bagging bonuses, but NO to the tipping service.  

I think that is fair.

This is not a gambling service Winner999.

The bets I send cover all outcomes so overall no money is risked. Back bet with the bookie and a lay bet with Betfair. All we are interested in is a close match between the back & lay odds so we can cash out as much of the bonus as possible.

I find these close matches and send them so your money is never at risk (as long as the instructions are followed).

I do not send any gambling tips e.g. bet on Chelsea to win the Champions League Final. Bonus Bagging is a risk free opportunity.

Example bet below which is a reload Betdaq free bet.

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http://www.betdaq.com/UI/Default.aspx?pc=championsleague

Place a £10 bet on the Champions League Final and they will credit you with a £10 free bet to use in Euro 2012.

To qualify for this offer place a £10 back bet with Betdaq on Bayern Munich: -
http://www.betdaq.co.../?mktid=2570718

And a £10 lay bet with Betfair on Bayern Munich: -
http://sports.betfair.com/?mi=105618071&ex=1&origin=POD

This will lose 50p but will qualify you for the £10 Euro 2012 free bet.

Any problems let me know.

Mike




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Posted 19 May 2012 - 03:13 PM

View PostBonus Bagging, on 19 May 2012 - 12:56 PM, said:


This will lose 50p but will quality for the £10 Euro 2012 free bet.


.... and if I place my free bet and it loses, I've earned nothing for my effort.  So I'm still overall, losing!  And don't get me started on the problems with arbitrage - it is certainly not risk free.  But we'll save that for another thread.

ciao.

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Posted 19 May 2012 - 03:39 PM

View Postwinner999, on 19 May 2012 - 03:13 PM, said:

.... and if I place my free bet and it loses, I've earned nothing for my effort.  So I'm still overall, losing!  And don't get me started on the problems with arbitrage - it is certainly not risk free.  But we'll save that for another thread.

ciao.

This is not arbitrage. This is Bonus Bagging. It is much more profitable. And it is risk free.

We then place the £10 free bet with Betdaq and underlay with Betfair to make a profit what ever the outcome. Overall profit £7. I work the bet out for you.

I know what you going to say next.... only £7 profit. There are much bigger bonuses you can use up to £200. You can normally cash out 75% of the bonus value. The above example was to show you the concept.

Edited by Setter, 07 November 2012 - 12:36 PM.


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Posted 25 June 2012 - 10:03 AM

Hey winner999

What you must realise that Mike is an affiliate for all these bookies .This is how he makes his money .Hes not stupid and businessman first and foremost . I have to hand it to him its an ingenious marketing ploy

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Posted 25 June 2012 - 10:55 AM

View Postprosperus, on 25 June 2012 - 10:03 AM, said:

Hey winner999

What you must realise that Mike is an affiliate for all these bookies .This is how he makes his money .Hes not stupid and businessman first and foremost . I have to hand it to him its an ingenious marketing ploy

What does that even matter, if the service he advertises works??

Also, you do not have to click affiliate links, if that was so much of a concern to you.

It seems that some people, no matter what, will find a negative in a positive situation...

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Posted 25 June 2012 - 11:41 AM

This is an excellent service that has made me in excess of £1000 for not too much effort.  The additional bonuses during big sporting events also help and we have had Ascot and Euro 2012 offers galore.

The only issue I have is with the bookies and not with the actual service.  They are quite happy to take your money without asking questions, but when they come to payout things are slightly different.  For example, I used the free bet offer with William Hill and won £40 with them.  When I came to withdraw the money they wanted proof of ID.  Most of the bookies allow you to upload a PDF or JPEG of a utility bill and photo ID but William Hill wanted notarised copies of the same posting to them in Gibraltar.  When I contacted a Notary they said it would cost £70.  On top of the postage to Gib and the time taken it was not worth it and they would not release the money until this was done.

Most bookies I have used on the service have been fair but I will not be using WH ever again.

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Posted 25 June 2012 - 11:45 AM

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