Unfortunately, live streaming is not available at Netbet sport which is a shame because many punters enjoy watching live events unfold after they have placed a bet.
There is a live betting graphic available (for want of a better word) which basically displays the live scores but you would have to say that it is a poor substitute for live streaming.
On certain events, cash out is available and the way that this works is that there will be an option in the betting slip underneath your open bets.
If cash out is available, there will be a cash out figure on display and if you are happy with that figure, it is just a case of clicking on it and the funds will be transferred to your available balance.
One thing to bear in mind is that there will be a buffer of ten seconds so don’t be alarmed when the cash out is not processed straight away.
The time delay is in place just in case anything happens when you have cashed out which would mean that the cash out figure will change in any way such as a penalty or a goal in a football match.
It is possible to bet on the move with Netbet as they have a mobile version of their website as well as an Android app but surprisingly, they do not have an IOS app for use on an Apple device.
The mobile version of the website and the Android app are very good though, with exactly the same layout as the desktop version of the website and don’t think that you will have to open a new account or use a different payment platform because the same login details/payment platform are used as with the desktop version.
One warning if you have got an Apple mobile device, if you look on the app store you will see a Netbet app but this is for the casino and poker versions of the website, not the sportsbook.
All of the usual deposit and withdrawal methods are available with Netbet so that includes Visa/Mastercard, Paysafe card and wen wallets such a Skrill, Neteller and Paypal.
You should bear in mind that deposit with Skrill and Neteller so not qualify for the Netbet welcome bonus so it would be a good idea to make your first deposit with one of the other methods.
Netbet are quite lenient when it comes to the maximum bet limits so they are not as strict as bookies like Betway who will happily limit the size of your bets straight away.
You have to be realistic though, if you see that they are out of line with the odds on an English 2nd division match for instance, don’t be tempted to pile in with a £500 bet because this will set the alarm bells ringing and you could very well find yourself to be restricted in the size of bets that you can make in the future.
If you do want to place a lumpy bet, the best idea would be to spread it around a number of bookmakers and by doing this, you will stand a far better chance of staying under the radar.
After reading this Netbet review you will probably want to open a Netbet account and doing so is extremely straightforward.
All you have to do is click on the green ‘Register’ button and follow the instructions which just require you to input your personal details such as name, address and date of birth.
It only takes a couple of minutes and your account will be opened.
One thing to bear in mind is that you will probably be subject to a KYC request (know your customer) and this just means that you will be required to send a photo or scan of your diving licence/passport, utility bill and a photo/scan of your payment method.
These KYC requests are perfectly safe and are put in place by the Gambling Commission in order to ensure that customers are over eighteen years old and to prevent money laundering.
Once you have opened an account with Netbet, the next thing to do is to place your first bet.
Let’s assume that you are going to take advantage of the Netbet welcome bonus in which case you need to make a deposit of £30, remember, deposits made with Skrill and Neteller don’t count for the Netbet welcome bonus so use a different method.
Simply click on the selection you would like to place the bet on, when it appears in the betting slip, enter the stake of £30, click submit and way you go!
When the bet has been settled you will find that the bonuses are available in the betting slip so it is just a matter of choosing that bonus funds option when you place your next bets.
If you keep on logging into your Netbet UK account you will see that various promotions are available from time to time.
These can be found by clicking on the ‘Promotions’ tab at the top left-hand corner of the website but it would be fair to say that the best promotions are on offer during the football season.
The Netbet contact options a not the best in the business but it is OK and it is far better than it was.
It was actually well known for being so poor for the fact that the only way to contact them was through email and it often took several days for them to reply.
As with all bookies, it is not usually a good idea to use email because it is not as quick or efficient as Netbet live chat.
It should also be noted that there is a Netbet customer service number which can be found on the contact page and it has to be said, the standard of response received when using this Netbet customer service number is not bad at all.
There are no worries as far as safety and security goes at Netbet sport.
They meet all of the stringent requirements which are put in place by the UK Gambling Commision and as SSL encryption is in place, your personal details as well as any invested funds are perfectly safe.
It is definitely advisable to open an account with Netbet UK if you don’t have one already and this Netbet review has hopefully been helpful to you.
They are now commonly regarded as a solid sportsbook with some very good ongoing promotions, especially if you like betting on football.
The support staff are friendly and attentive so it would not be an exaggeration to say that this is a sportsbook which could very well prove to be one of the most profitable ones that you have an account with.
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