When I was first told about Profit Accumulator it struck me as being a easy way to get into matched betting. Profit Accumulator provides members with all the information they need to get a nice income from collecting bookmaker promotional offers. Our original review of Profit Accumulator can be found here.
As a member you will be given all the information you need to collect your free bet offers. What we liked about the service is that they teach you how to do it, and tell you which bookmakers to use and what offers are best. Having done this personally I got frustrated with the amount of time taken reading all the terms and conditions that accompanied the betting offers. Find events to bet which where covered by the promotional offers which had close odds available to lay on Betfair is also labour intensive. Put simply, it’s sooo boring. Anyone who hasn’t learned about his should take a look at the original review.
So what’s new at Profit Accumulator
Profit Accumulator got some software engineers on the case to develop web apps to help members make life a little easier. The problems was that these apps where available only to Platinum Plus members at an additional cost of £9.99. After listening to feedback from members both Acca Catcher and Match Catcher web apps are given to Platimum members at no extra cost. Great news and worthy of a post here.
What is Acca Catcher and Match Catcher
Acca Catcher and Match Catcher are apps that run in your web browser available from the Profit Accumulator service, which compliment the service. Problems experienced by existing members include having the odds of certain bets changing quickly even before they’d got their bets on. Creating a delay and decreasing profit.
When a betting trade has been identified between the bookmaker using the free bet offer and the betting exchange (normally Betfair) members still have to use the calculator provided to work out what stakes to use.
Members who decided to find their own events to bet on soon found out how time consuming it can be find the event, and how difficult it is to get the best odds before they move.