Bookies in Seattle – Pay Per Head Solutions for King County

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Aaron Goldstein
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Bookies in Seattle – Pay Per Head Solutions for King County

Bookies in Seattle and the surrounding region are plentiful due to the above-average incomes and, of course, an NFL team that has been in two consecutive Super Bowls.

Most of the Seattle area bookies have made the transition to offshore Pay Per Head shops in order to handle the influx of business over the years.

Pay Per Head businesses manage everything from call centers to line management to website customization and hosting. 

Seattle - and the entire state of Washington for that matter – is especially in high demand for local bookies and Pay Per Head services as this is the only state that makes explicitly placing a wager online a Class C felony and, as such, most online sportsbooks (post up shops) have stopped accepting business from Washington.  Coupled with an increased interest in sports betting thanks to the Seahawks success and the inability or unwillingness of major online sports wagering sites to take Web bets from within the state, Washingtonians local bookmaking businesses are flourishing. 

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Seattle home prices are not only among the most expensive in Washington, but Seattle real estate also consistently ranks among the most expensive in America.  This translates into a rich client base for bookies and would be bookies.

With a crime rate of 63 per one thousand residents, Seattle has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes and one’s chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 16. Within Washington, more than 93% of the communities have a lower crime rate than Seattle.

This is yet another reason why local bookmakers have turned to offshore Pay Per Heads, as they provide a means of reducing exposure to potential criminal elements.  The meth trade is especially lucrative in this part of the United States and meth heads will always be on the lookout for locales they deem as lucrative cash business targets like a bookmaking establishment.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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