Matchbook 0% Commission

  • Hi folks,

    As you may have seen, you can now sign up to Matchbook through Matched Betting Blog and pay 0% commission on your exchange bets.

    For more information about the offer and how it works, please see my Matchbook Sign Up Offer – 0% Commission guide.

    Provided you sign up through a Matchbook link on Matched Betting Blog, the 0% commission rate should automatically be applied to your new account. If you have any issues, you should contact their customer support directly on the Matchbook site and they should be able to help you.

  • andy8086 0

    Hi, I signed up for Matchbook on 20-Aug-21 via the link and got the 0% commission deal. However beginning on 04-Sep-21 I can see 2% commission is being deducted.
    Is there something I have misunderstood?
    Thank you

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    Matt
    Keymaster
    743

    Sorry to hear that Andy.

    Hopefully @matchbook-exchange can look into this for you?

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    bettingbitz 21

    Does this work if I already have a matchbook account?

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    Matt
    Keymaster
    743

    No it doesn’t @bettingbitz, the 0% is just for new customers.

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    ajsjhd54 0

    Hi @matchbook-exchange, I signed up with the link to get 0% commission but when bets settled, Matchbook still charged commission. I got in touch with customer support through chat and they told me to get in touch on the forum. My Matchbook username is ajsjhd54. Thanks.

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    Jambo 0

    Hi @matchbook-exchange I’ve got the same problem as some others here and was told by matchbook support to ask you to help get the 0% commission sorted. My account name is jamiesmithen
    Thanks

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    Matt
    Keymaster
    743

    @ajsjhd54 and @jambo, did Matchbook sort this for you?

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    Jambo 0

    Nothing from them @Matt and new lay bets are still getting the commission 🙁

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    Matt
    Keymaster
    743

    I’ve contacted them @jambo so hopefully you’ll hear from them soon.

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