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Bookmaking Outsourcing at $10 Per Head

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Sep/09/2014

PayPerHeadAgents.com has just moved into a new state-of-the-art facility and are offering a bookmaking outsourcing package that starts as low as $10 per head (*Prices vary based on service options)

PayPerHeadAgents.com is heavily pushing its online casino platform with the understanding that it is the casino that helps supplement bookie revenues.

“Here at PayPerHeadAgents we understand that in this competitive industry, you need all the help you can get to run a successful business and one that has the ability to expand. That's why we offer a wide range of features so you can manage your accounts accordingly with limited exposure.”

A breakdown of what they have to offer on their uber clean site can be found below.

NOW ACCEPTING BITCOIN

- Live Dealer Casino

- 24/7 Online and Toll Free Phone Wagering

- State of the art sports betting software

- Perfect English speaking agent support and clerks

- DDOS security protection

- IP tracking

- Custom your own name and Website

- Fully customized profiles to your specifications

- Move your own lines

- Manage all your accounts from your own agent web site

- Mobile specific website

- Live wager ticker

- All calls recorded for your protection

- Line managers with over 10 years of experience

- Pay only for active players

Learn More About PayPerHeadAgents.com Here

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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