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FOX Wrote:

Hi all, I’ve been betting on the William Hill website ever since the Premier League season started. A friend told me I should use the William Hill mobile app as it does more than just regular betting. Can someone fill me in on that, and whether it’s Apple or Android? Is it worth getting or hard to acquire?


Yes fox, of course. There’s even one for betting on currency and stock market changes. So if you read the financial pages on the way to work, maybe you could check that out. The app runs on Apple and Android, but for some reason Live Casino is Apple only. I don’t know why that one game should be different.
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Hi guys, I have account with william hill the so called biggest bookmaker in the world.
i have won over 5 grand ,i went to withdraw and they said i am under investigation,and will not let me withdraw.i won the money on football games mostely in premier league. After 6 months now they still say I am under investigation. What should I do?
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jstbets Wrote:

Hi guys, I have account with william hill the so called biggest bookmaker in the world.
i have won over 5 grand ,i went to withdraw and they said i am under investigation,and will not let me withdraw.i won the money on football games mostely in premier league. After 6 months now they still say I am under investigation. What should I do?


Hi there Jstbets, It is unusual for William Hill to do this to a customer from the UK.Are you on the electoral register ? Did you fund your account using a debit card,and are you trying to withdraw using the same debit card ?
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jstbets Wrote:

Hi guys, I have account with william hill the so called biggest bookmaker in the world.
i have won over 5 grand ,i went to withdraw and they said i am under investigation,and will not let me withdraw.i won the money on football games mostely in premier league. After 6 months now they still say I am under investigation. What should I do?


Hello jstbets, that's the first time you mentioned Stock Market day trading.If you won that way through luck and skill,then William Hill should have been hedging any big positions profitably and should be keen to keep you.If you have managed to find some error or weakness in their system/setup,then well done but they are probably looking for a way to avoid paying you,as that would cost them money.Good luck !
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popleli Wrote:


Hello jstbets, that's the first time you mentioned Stock Market day trading.If you won that way through luck and skill,then William Hill should have been hedging any big positions profitably and should be keen to keep you.If you have managed to find some error or weakness in their system/setup,then well done but they are probably looking for a way to avoid paying you,as that would cost them money.Good luck !


Hello popleli, I only played on stocks when william hill stopped me withdrawing.All winnings were from football when they had instant cash out button.
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jstbets Wrote:

Hi guys, I have account with william hill the so called biggest bookmaker in the world.
i have won over 5 grand ,i went to withdraw and they said i am under investigation,and will not let me withdraw.i won the money on football games mostely in premier league. After 6 months now they still say I am under investigation. What should I do?


Hi jst bets, when you were prevented from making a withdrawal, did you start betting on stocks because William Hill had either stopped you betting on football altogether or else had severely limited your stakes on football bets?
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Hello, severely limited, only played on stocks after i could not get a proper bet on football.I Waiting to see what reason they give for not letting me withdraw.
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Hello, Ithink william hill lost a lot of money when someone at w-h decided to have instant cash out football markets.After about 7 months they brought 8 second delay in.Thats when i stopped playing with them and thats when the problems started.
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jstbets Wrote:

Hello, severely limited, only played on stocks after i could not get a proper bet on football.I Waiting to see what reason they give for not letting me withdraw.


Hi jstbets, yes, williamhill will limit you fast, but they not scam nd I think they will let you withdraw.
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popleli Wrote:

Hello, severely limited, only played on stocks after i could not get a proper bet on football.I Waiting to see what reason they give for not letting me withdraw.


Hi jstbets, yes, williamhill will limit you fast, but they not scam nd I think they will let you withdraw.
Not for all, I bet in william hill much year and I don't get any limits.
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Hi miller3, how much you bet on one pick?
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marchboy Wrote:

Hi miller3, how much you bet on one pick?


Hey marchboy, sum is not big, sometimes €10 sometimes bigger, about €50.
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I like williamhill casino, I have bet on live casino and darts and they have always paid me by bank within 2 business days. Very respectable bookmaker!
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Hello for all, I am in the process of building up a database of horse racing results to help me statistically build up a betting profile. I want to get hold of a site where I can access all the historical racing results alongside the betting odds but I can’t find one. I’ve heard that William Hill horse racing results have been available but could not find them on the site, Can anyone help?
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eight Wrote:

Hello for all, I am in the process of building up a database of horse racing results to help me statistically build up a betting profile. I want to get hold of a site where I can access all the historical racing results alongside the betting odds but I can’t find one. I’ve heard that William Hill horse racing results have been available but could not find them on the site, Can anyone help?



Hey man, Really difficult because I am not sure if anyone really keeps hold of the odds for very long. I guess there are various databases that you can pay for, but as far as places to go for free data I’m not sure. Some of the betting exchanges keep good records of the odds as well. However, I’m really interested in what you are trying to do – if you do end up putting everything together I would love to have a look.
Cheers!
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Hi eight, Interesting question! There are horse race results databases available but you will find that they have data missing or the presentation is in such a way that you will have to re-input everything to make it readable. You are much better if you are going for a paid subscription service that will be able to set everything up for you, including the analysis because the hassle involved in doing it yourself would be extreme.
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Philip Bowcock – William Hill sees international growth as the fix for potential UK downturns

Updating investors on William Hill Plc Trading, Group CEO Philip Bowcock has detailed that the FTSE bookmaker will move to prioritise expansion within overseas markets in an attempt to combat any potential growth impacts felt from forthcoming UK regulatory increases.

William Hill recorded positive results for its 17-week trading period to 24 October, however, Bowcock believes further international growth will plug any gaps in UK revenue triggered by the forthcoming fixed-odds betting terminal (FOBT) restrictions.

He said: “We are still predominantly UK-based with UK revenues, and if you think that regulation is only going in one direction then by default you need to start thinking about diversification outside the UK.”

The statement also detailed strong US growth, driven by mobile growth, a factor that William Hill will look to build on in 2018. The company is further “looking forward to” the impending Supreme Court decision relating to the relaxing of the laws surrounding sports betting, and a positive result will inevitably further the plans for an extended international footprint.

In terms of having the right personnel in place to oversee this growth and transition, as group leader Bowcock speaks with confidence with regards to William Hill’s new executive team and governance, describing leadership as “well set” to deliver on corporate goals, as “the evidence of the last twelve months has proven that”.

The Australia Problem

As detailed in the Q3 trading statement, there was a 5% drop in amounts wagered in Australia – a blight on an otherwise positive quarterly update. Bowcock highlighted the ban on bookmakers offering credit to customers, which came into place at the end of April, as the primary factor for the decline. The Point of Consumption (POC) Tax has also been in place in the state of South Australia since July, and Bowcock notes that William Hill are “working on the assumption” that this will become a nationwide tax by 2019.

With that in mind, he describes how the company is “being very careful about investment at this time”, and is deploying a short-term mindset when dealing with this market. Nevertheless, Bowcock dismissed any idea of William Hill abandoning the Australian market completely, noting that “they bet more than anyone else, and that makes it a very interesting place to be”.

He summarised by saying “we are comfortable with where we are and we continue to aim to grow”.

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British bookmaker William Hill names Roger Devlin as next chairman

Dec 20 (Reuters) - British bookmaker William Hill said on Wednesday it named Roger Devlin as its chairman designate, who will take over from Gareth Davis in April.

Devlin, who is currently chairman of British pubs company Marston’s Plc, will join the board on Feb. 1 and will start as chairman on April 2, when Davis steps down. (Reporting by Rahul B in Bengaluru; Editing by Gopakumar Warrier)
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Tough regulatory terrain sees William Hill review Australia business

FTSE bookmaker William Hill has this morning confirmed, that it is undertaking a strategic review of its Australian business, following new government regulations on credit betting and the likely introduction of further state taxes imposed on betting firms.

Presenting its ‘unaudited 52-week trading statement’ (period ending 26 December), William Hill governance detailed strong 2017 progress, with the company expected to declare corporate profits of circa £290 million 11% up on full-year 2016 performance.

As anticipated by industry analysts, the bookmaker benefited from favourable football results recorded during the Christmas period.

The bookmaker would further highlight its corporate progress achieved under its ‘transformation programme’, with William Hill reporting stronger operating margins combined with UK and US market growth.

However, new consumer protection measures imposed by the Australian government on ‘credit betting’ have impacted the performance William Hill Australia.

Furthermore, Australian market conditions may become tougher as state lawmakers push for individual betting taxes and legislation for betting stakeholders.

Updating investors Philip Bowcock, Group CEO of William Hill Plc, commented: “We have delivered a strong result in 2017, reflecting our focus on rejuvenating digital assets, growing the US and building an attractive omni-channel proposition. At the same time, we are continuously improving how we enable customers to gamble responsibly.”

“We are excited about the opportunities ahead in 2018 – a World Cup year – with our competitive position reasserted in the UK and with the potential for sports betting to open up in the US.”

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Bookmaking giant William Hill were this week fined £6.2m for breaching anti-money laundering and social responsibility regulations.

William Hill Fined £6.2million By Gambling Commission

This is the second biggest penalty ever imposed by the Gambling Commission and is especially significant given the impending decision on fixed-odds betting terminals.

According to the investigation by the Commission, deposits were made with money linked to criminal offences. William Hill did not adequately check this according to Gambling Commission executive director, Tim Miller.

The investigation looked at the period between November 2014 and August 2016. £1.2m of the fine will be William Hill ”divesting” of the money earned from the aforementioned transactions, while they owe £5m for breaching regulations.

William Hill chief executive, Phillip Bowcock, has stated that William Hill “fully-co-operated” during the investigation and have introduced “new and improved” policies and levels of resourcing.

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