Unfortunately scam artists are in every type of industry.
In sports trading one type of scam that is used to lure in potential victims is called “wallet management.”
What is wallet management?
“Wallet management” is a concept that really makes no sense at all.
Lets take a look at my exchanges with a so called “professional trader” that offers “wallet management”.
Basically a “Professional Trader” will approach showing you lots of nice winning screenshots and green screens. They will tell you that they are a profitable trader and are willing to offer their services.
The scam artist will ask you to transfer money to their account or platform. The scammer will then claim to use the account to make money via trading. Promising you a high percentage of the profits for doing this.
Scam artists will target someone that is interested in sports trading. They do this via social media such platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Forums and email messages are also places where scam artists might try to contact someone.
Most people will realize that any professional trader that is consistently making money from the betting exchanges won’t need any type of investment. A profitable trader can reuse their own winnings and scale up their betting. By paying out a large commission on somebodies investment they are taking that money out of their own pocket.
There is no reason for any real trader to offer a service such as the one detailed above. If anyone does approach you offering this service then be aware that it is a scam.
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Ryan is a former mixed martial arts and kickboxing competitor. After finishing university he played online poker and taught English for a living in Thailand for a few years.
Upon returning to England his focus has been on making a living from sports trading, betting and arbitrage. Over the course of 5 years he has managed to make a six figure profit using the strategies discussed on this site.
Ryan runs the sports betting and trading website www.smartsportstrader.com
4 thoughts on “Betfair Scam – “Wallet Management””
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the same talked with this guy. all the answers are exactly the same, as well as the screenshots) for me it was strange to hear that he is working with the accounts of $ 10,000 of some people, but he is willing to work with my account with $ 300))
Glad I found this thread. The same guy, the same answers and he write me every week what I decided. Always liked my tweets. 😀
Thanks for the heads up. We don’t need anymore scammers. Actually betfair are quite good at scamming there customers themselves. I have had betfair scam me for . £150 I’m still discussing it with them. A goal was scored I layed the draw then the goal was disallowed the odds went back to before I layed.giving me an instant loss.they wouldn’t void my bet because VAR wasn’t in use . So be careful make sure you trade on games with VAR only