Brunswick, Waycross GA Bookies, Pay Per Head Services

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Gambling911.com continues to examine the Peachtree State of Georgia and its bookies.

Both Brunswick and Waycross are located in the southeast portion of the state, approximately one hour apart from one another, with populations hovering around 15,000 for each.  Sports bettors in these two towns will mostly be supportive of their College Football team, the Bulldogs.

Last year, bookies in this region just about broke even with the Bulldogs finishing 6-7 Against The Spread.  Pay Per Head services the likes of PremierPerHead.com would have helped boost that profit margin further through the offering of live in-play betting, numerous proposition and future betting options as well as the option of adding an online casino.

It should also be noted that bookies in Southeast Georgia have the ability to offer an online horse betting platform.  There are no horse racing tracks in the Peachtree State.

A Pay Per Head runs all aspect of the bookie business with the exception of handling financial transactions.  They charge a small weekly fee per customer (per head), often starting around $10.  In the long run, bookies and agents alike save money while minimizing the headaches involved in running such a business entirely on their own. 

True use of such services essentially converts a bookie and/or agent into a law-abiding revenue sharing affiliate but with a role reversal whereby it is you who receives the larger cut of the revenue share.

With a crime rate of 92 per one thousand residents, Brunswick has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes.  As such, bookies that elect to operate here full throttle are at terrible risk.  Pay Per Head services located outside the US can reduce said risk.

Despite the criminal element, there are also plenty of folks living in and around Brunswick, primarily along the coast, who have plenty of wealth.  This provides Southeast Georgia bookies and agents with much enticement. 

Likewise, with a crime rate of 76 per one thousand residents, Waycross has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes - from the smallest towns to the very largest cities. One's chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 13. Within Georgia, more than 94% of the communities have a lower crime rate than Waycross.

Let’s be clear. a number of bookie-related activities run afoul of state law.  Running a wire room from your home or business is a surefire way to land in prison.  A true Pay Per Head eliminates this component of a bookmaker business, just as they remove the act of taking bets.

Georgia does consider aggravated gambling (facilitating of bookmaker) a felony. There are no express Internet gambling prohibition statutes in the state of Georgia, however.

The following criminal enterprises are known to have ties to either Brunswick or Waycross, GA and contact should be avoided: Brunswick Gangster Disciple (Brunswick ONLY).   This criminal group is not known to engage in illegal gambling activities.  A major takedown of members with alleged ties to this organization occurred in April 2016.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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