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schweitz
01-14-2018, 08:09 PM
Does anybody have experience with this ADW?

eldee wins
01-15-2018, 02:41 AM
Yes,I have been playing there for about a month now. Iíve been using it for both sports and horse racing. I maid several deposit. They take visa, master and bit coin. I havenít used bit coin, but they say itís the fastest to get a withdrawal, they say 2 days. I made a few deposits before they put a hold on my account. Then asked me for a copy of a valid Iíd and the card I was using to verify. That was for the next deposit. I won some money, 5 business days ago I made a withdrawal, I havenít received my funds yet. I have a separating Checking account for these types of sites. They also ask for a voided check for confirmation. I also believe that this will entitle me for ach deposits as well. So they they now say it takes 5 to 7 business days for me see my money in the account. As far as horse wagering at this site, they take all exotics,except for pick six. They take parlays, and you can do separate races or tracks. There are house limitss, certain tracks are a,b,c,d with major tracks like Santa Anita, G.P. ,Belmont as A tracks. There are bigger rebates for the classier tracks and larger limits on how much you can win. They pay track odds. Read carefully about the win amount limits. Rebates are from 5% to 8% depending on track or exotics. After the race payout usually within 15 minutes. One of my winners came in about 5 minutes. They have a count down clock for post times. Usually about a minute before post the races close. But donít wait that long. There is a glitch in rare occasions. Customer service is very good. There house handicapper is Derek Simon. With a lot of searching you can find his picks on the site. He offers a graded section sheet with a lot of information. if you donít have time to handicap, itís a useful tool. He gives you 3 or 4 major tracks to look at. I only use my picks, but,I look there anyway. Thatís about it. If I can help more, post it!

eldee wins
01-15-2018, 02:42 AM
To add, they are not located in the u.s.

12/ALL/ALL
01-15-2018, 01:29 PM
They are operating illegally in the U.S.A.. They are not licensed by any state. If they should have financial difficulties, there is a strong likelihood that you will not get back your money since they probably don't segregate the depositors funds. Proceed with caution. It may be better to use state licensed sites that commingle their bets with the track, pay track odds, segregate player funds, and don't offer an illegal sportsbook. Furthermore, like some poker sites, the FBI could seize their website at any time and freeze their funds.

turfnsport
01-15-2018, 03:49 PM
They are operating illegally in the U.S.A.. They are not licensed by any state. If they should have financial difficulties, there is a strong likelihood that you will not get back your money since they probably don't segregate the depositors funds. Proceed with caution. It may be better to use state licensed sites that commingle their bets with the track, pay track odds, segregate player funds, and don't offer an illegal sportsbook. Furthermore, like some poker sites, the FBI could seize their website at any time and freeze their funds.

The wagering goes through betusracing.ag/ outside of the U.S. in the Isle of Man and they also have an office in Hong Kong. It's not through the usracing.com site. Doubtful the FBI can touch them.

12/ALL/ALL
01-15-2018, 04:39 PM
The wagering goes through betusracing.ag/ outside of the U.S. in the Isle of Man and they also have an office in Hong Kong. It's not through the usracing.com site. Doubtful the FBI can touch them.

The problem is that both Poker Stars and Full Tilt Poker were located outside of the US and had their sites seized and funds frozen. While I agree with you that this is not likely to happen because of the smaller player base on this site, the issue of player funds segregation is very important. These kind of sites come and go, and if this one folds for any reason, players will almost certainly lose the money in their accounts. At least use a state licensed ADW for horse racing. If you need a sportsbook, then go ahead for that part of your betting, because unless you live in Nevada, you won't get state licensing protection for sports betting and may wind up with no money.