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When choosing a sportsbook I always tell people who ask that they should at least carry out a little bit of research before they open an account and deposit any money. It is important that you look for a sportsbook that is establishes because I have heard some absolute horror stories of some rogue sportsbooks that allow people to open an account and make a deposit but that is the last they ever see of their hard earned money, and I don't mean because they have placed a wager that has gone on to lose!

The tell tale signs of a rogue sportsbook are many and varied. For instance the contact details may be unclear to say the least, you may find that a sportsbook will offer a massive signing up bonus to tempt people or lines that are way out of line with their competitors. Couple all of these signs with a domain name that has only been registered for a short period of time and you have a recipe for disaster. This is why I advise people to leave recently established sportsbooks alone, it is far better to be safe than sorry and if you choose a sportsbook that has been around for a while and has good reviews then you know you won't have to worry about if it is safe to open an account and make a deposit.

I am often asked if it is worth looking at one of the many online gambling forums to read about what is being said about the various sportsbooks. This is entirely up to you but I must warn you that there is often a load of rubbish posted on forums and you can take a lot of the information that is given out with a pinch of salt. You will often find comments from people who have placed a losing wager and are feeling bitter about their loss.

Your best bet is to stick with established sportsbooks, some of the newer ones may become established over the years to come but I for one don't wish to risk my money, trying to find out.

When you have narrowed down your choice of sportsbooks I would always take a look at the terms and conditions of opening an account. Make sure that if there is a list of excluded countries your country is not one of them. I know that is sounds obvious but I have lost count of hearing that people have opened an account thinking that they can say they are from a different country and they place a bet which goes on to win. The only problem is that sometimes a sportsbook will ask for confirmation regarding your country of residence. This is usually in the form of a copy of your passport and utility bill. If it is found that you were untruthful in your application the sportsbook are perfectly within their rights to void the wager and not pay out your winning. This takes me back to the previous point of taking care regarding the advice which is given in forums. When someone has fraudulently opened a sportsbook account and are subsequently found out it is usually the forums where they vent their anger, dismissing the sportsbook at every opportunity.

With regard to sending in proof of identification. This is not something that you should take personally or be offended by, in fact you should be assured that the sportsbook that you are dealing with goes to these lengths to guard against money laundering and a host of other criminal activities.

Not all sportsbooks request that you send in id but I would just scan the requested documents and keep them on your computer. If you are ever asked you can simply attach them to an email and that is it all over with. You will only ever be asked once and then any withdrawals will be made automatically.

According to the customer service representatives at one of my favourite sportsbooks,, they usually ask for id when a first withdrawal is made and the process is as secure as it can possibly be as I know that this does concern some people. Sending in id really is only par for the course in the world of online gambling but you should remember that the sportsbooks have it in place to protect their customers.

I've just mentioned and I have held an account there for several years now without any problems at all. I am the kind of person who goes a little over the top when carrying out research and it was who came out at the top every time for me and opening an account there is not something that I have ever regretted since.

Whilst looking around for an online sportsbook to open you can't go far wrong by shooting a quick email to the customer services at the sportsbook that you are considering. How they reply to you and how quickly can tell you an awful lot about what you can expect should you open an account there. If they are unpleasant or make you feel that you are wasting your time you should ask yourself if it is the kind of place that you want to do business with.