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BetMania Quick Facts
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About BetMania Sportsbook
BetMania.com is a sportsbook that sits on the edge on innovation everyday and makes strides in the industry that others fail to do. The slogan is “Everything for the Bettor” and the really live by the motto when they deal with the customers. They have one of the best customer service areas going in the business and all you have to do is check out the live chat feature and you will know right away you are in good hands. In fact the make a point of plastering the customer service email at the top of the front page so that it is handy to every sports bettor that comes to the site.
Betmania Wagering Limits:
Wagering limits are a bit held back at Bet Mania and focused for the smaller player. For the maximums they allow $5,000 for sides in the NFL but lower that to $2,000 for the total. When it comes to NCAA sports it is $3,000 for the sides and just $1,000 for the totals. When it comes to minimums the site offers a small $10 minimum and for phone wagers it is $25.00. These limits on both ends of the spectrum do not compete with other sportsbooks but for a smaller bettor they are perfect.
Betmania is not a household name for most naïve sports bettors. Before you accept an invitation to a sportsbook you should always research the sportsbook by looking at past reviews by unbiased agencies that cover more than one aspect of a sportsbook. The reputation as of late has been hit with serious allegations of nonpayment that has brought it to a lower grade than usual. In the past they have had much better ratings and as soon as they get this behind them they will return to a better grade.
As of now Betmania reputation’s could be better and as a prospective sports bettor I would make sure to check them out and make a list of questions to ask the customer service department before moving ahead with signing up.