Tuesday, May 6, 2008


About Company :

BetsForTraders.com is owned and managed by Trinitas Capital (IOM) Ltd. Based in the Isle of Man in the British Isles, the company is fully licensed to offer financial bets by the Isle of Man government. The Isle of Man is probably the best regulated of all the low tax jurisdictions with a high standard of accountability and numerous player protection laws in place. The Island is a Standard & Poors AAA rated jurisdiction and an important global banking centre.

How It Works:

All open bets can be viewed in the 'My Positions' page which comes up immediately after a bet is placed. Alternatively it can be accessed via the 'My Positions' tab displayed at the top of the page once you are logged in. Bets can be made in Pounds Sterling, Euros and US Dollars. To switch the currency in which you wish to bet use the 'Currency' drop down menu on the betting page. Note that the V$ currency symbol denotes 'Virtual Dollars', the 'fake' currency used in virtual (test) accounts. V$ have no monetary value.

You have the option to limit yourself from betting more than a specific amount in a period defined by you. If you surpass this limit, you will be restricted from placing bets until sufficient time passes. For example, if you set a maximum betting limit of £/€/$ 5,000 in a 5 day period, and you place a £/€/$ 5,000 bet, you will not be able to bet again for 5 days. Note that the 5 day period is tracked on a rolling basis. To set a self-imposed betting limit, go to your Account Settings. You can choose the limit amount and the number of days for you self-imposed betting limit. If you already have set a self-imposed limit, you can keep track of your net betting activity on the Account Settings page. Making changes to or disabling the self-imposed limits requires 7 days.

More at:http://www.betsfortraders.com/

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