Ace Per Head Now Accepting Amex Gift Cards

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Dec/12/2018

In the world of sports betting and pay per head sites one of the best bookie services in the market is AcePerHead.com.


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Not only do they have the sharpest lines in the industry with an average weekly hold percentage of 14%, but they are only 1 of 15 books with their lines posted on Don Best which is the main Lines Source Provider in all of North America.

Ace Per Head also has around the clock 24-hour service that has been rated best in the industry for the last 3 years running. They always advise agents on various strategies to help increase their bottom line margin revenues with various tweaks to line type settings, parlay and teaser settings and more. In addition, they always keep a close eye on sharp action and will notify any agent if they have a player that is betting moves on their sheet.† They have a great attention for detail that is followed up with English American speaking customer service representatives that always make it easier to communicate with them when you need assistance.

In addition, they have some very easy and convenient payment options that are available to use when paying for the fees for the usage of the site.† They accept prepaid Vanilla gift cards, Wal-Mart and Target scratch-off gift cards, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ether, Money Gram, Western Union, and now they are also accepting American Express Gift Cards.

The beauty about these American Express Gift Cards is that they can be found at countless different locations and the purchasing of these gift cards is completely anonymous, which is always preferred.† Some of the well-known various locations where these Amex Gift Cards can be found are at Office Depot, Staples, Safeway, Walgreens, Wal-Mart, Target, Pathmark, Winn Dixie, Stop&Shop, Wawa, Albertsons, Kmart, Kroger, Tom Thumb, A&P, Rite Aid, CVS, US Post Offices and many other brick and mortar drug-stores, grocery stores and supermarkets.† In these stores, these Amex Gift Cards can be bought at numerous different values and up to as much as $500 per card, and you can buy as many cards as you want.

Then once you buy the card they activate it at the register and then you just call, text, email or live chat Ace and give them the card information and they process it and then immediately credit your account. This makes paying a Pay Per Head site much easier than the more traditional methods of Money Gram and Western Union, which are always a hassle to do.† Money Gram and Western Union always have issues with spelling receiver and sender names incorrectly which prevents the money from getting picked up and forces the sender to have to either go back to the location and get it fixed or call and be put on hold for an hour to get it fixed. Or even worse names randomly get blocked and if you do not use a valid name then the money is lost forever. Instead of buying an Amex Gift card takes out all the hassle of a transaction not going thru, plus the fees are much lower compared to the $10 to $15 fees on Money Gram and Western Union transaction. So if you are looking for a great pay per head service to book action and an easy way to pay them then call AcePerHead.com now at 1-800-909-5193 to get started today.

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