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    Making bookmaker website legal

    I made a surprisingly good bookmaker website. What meant to be mere practice can turn out to be a business project. Now the question- how can I get the license for this type of business?

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    Re: Making bookmaker website legal

    Good for you. It may become a great business opportunity for you. Just be sure to make everything by the book. And the cheapest way would be to get a license from FCS in Grenada. That's how the majority of gambling websites operate. If you want it to be credible you're going to need rolling reserve FCS Grenada https://fcs.gd/rollingreserve/, in case if clients want to make a chargeback procedure. The full list of needed documents is on the website, and you can get professional help there as well.
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    Re: Making bookmaker website legal



    Thank you. I'm not the most educated person on the legal side, so I guess I will just use the services offered there otherwise I'll mess up something.

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