Bookie Call Center Giving Away Free iPads

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Long established bookie call center, IDS, is giving away free iPads.

Simply register four friends in order to receive the free iPad.


•       •          Only valid for Agents with 15 players or more

•          Agents must sign-up for the IDSca.com Referral Program 
in order to be eligible for this promotion

•       •          Offer valid until September 15th, 2011

•       •          Referrals must become agents and be active for 30 consecutive days

•       •          Only one IPAD per Agent per promotion

•          PROMO CODE – JL02-R-IPAD (Gambling911)

IDS is a popular bookie call center with offices located in San Jose, Costa Rica, the world’s hub for online gambling and offshore sports betting.  The company has been providing its services since 1997.  They are considered experts in writing businesses in the pay per head arena

Learn more here.

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