20 Ways Bookies Can Grade Their Current Pay Per Head Services
Now that the NFL football season is half way over bookies need to ask themselves the question; is my current pay per head bookie service living up to my expectations, exceeding them, or failing miserably?
Here is a quick checklist to help a gambling bookie evaluate their current pay per head service;
- Have I or any my players experienced any bookie website or bookie service downtime whatsoever?
- Is making sports wagers online or over the telephone, or smart phone always simple& easy?
- Is my bookie websites speed always fast especially right before kickoff?
- Have I or any of my players who use the wagering call center been placed on hold for a long period of time especially right before kickoff?
- Have any of my players been shut out on making a wager due to either slow internet speed or being put on hold in the bookie call center before kickoff?
- Are my players wagers placed within the betting call center always being recorded?
- Does the wagering and pph customer support staff speak fluent English?
- Am I happy with the bookie agent pph customer support that I am receiving?
- Has the bookie agent pph support team taken care of all my wants needs and desires in regards to player set up and profiling?
- Are my players always receiving a sharp betting line?
- Have there been any bad lines posted by the pay per head line management team?
- Are the sporting events & horse races being graded on a timely basis?
- Have there been any mistakes grading sporting events or horse races?
- Have I had to count on the pph claims department at all? And if so have they done a good job?
- Has mine or my players’ personal information remained private & secure?
- Have my players’ gambling balances been accurate?
- Is the bookie agent reporting accessible & accurate?
- Has the accounting department been professional and easy to deal with?
- Did the pay per head service deliver on any and all bookie bonuses promised?
- Would I recommend my current pay per head service to a fellow bookmaker?