The Interesting Sections from the BetBright T&C’s Document

Although not the most thrilling aspect of any bookmaker analysis, it is just as important when thinking where to lay your bet. Before making any sort of financial commitment to an operator it is totally worth reading through the full agreement so you know what you’re getting yourself into! Here you can access the full BetBright terms and conditions document. The whole terms are laid out very neatly in a multi-page document that you can navigate through easily and find exactly what section you’re looking for – very consistent with the high-functioning easily mapped betting platform the operator runs! In order to learn more about the BetBright business and sportsbook; take a look at our main review BetBright page, the BetBright promotions range and BetBright live betting by following these links. Take a look below for our analysis of the BetBright terms.

The T&C’s in Full

Here we will show certain extracts from the BetBright terms and conditions document that we deem relevant to our analysis of the bookmaker. We will attach our comments and thoughts on what we present so you have the professional opinion of this document.

1. Who We Are

2. Our Licences

3. Risk

4. Changes to these T&C’s or the Services

5. Account Opening

6. Account Security

7. Transactions of your Account

8. Mistakes

9. Complaints & Disputes

9.6Betbright informs you about the existence of the European Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform. This may be used to resolve betting disputes online and allows consumers, traders and ADR providers to file, respond to, and handle disputes (including disputes where the trader and consumer are in different countries within the EU) online. In order to file a dispute please navigate to the European Online Dispute Resolution platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/). All approved ADR providers are capable of handling disputes filed through the ODR platform.

Comments: As we mentioned briefly in our mobile review of BetBright, this is an operator that has a fantastic reputation for settling disputes fairly and adhering to the regulations placed upon gambling operators. The link here is a dispute resolution platform for players of BetBright.

10. Anti-money Laundering

11. Placing your Bets

12. Free Bets, Promotions and Special Terms

13. Maximum Payout

13.5Regardless of individual betting rules and maximum pay-outs, the maximum winnings to any group/syndicate of customers (bets which we regard as being from the same customer/source/multiple accounts from same customer) is £50,000.

Comments: BetBright have a low cap on the maximum win amount when you put this in comparison against the huge pay-out limits of bookmakers like William Hill. But this amount is still massive, and should satisfy the vast majority of players gambling needs.

14. Fraud & Void Bets

15. Suspension or termination of an Account

16. Closure of Accounts

17. Protection of Children and Vulnerable Persons

18. Responsible Gambling

19. Acceptable Use of the Website and the Services

20. Downtime/Force Majeure

21. Customer Service

22. Links from our Website

23. Intellectual Property Rights

24. Third Party Rights

25. Severability

26. Your Personal Data

27. Waiver

28. Liabiltiy and Indemnity

29. Governing Law

30. Entire Agreement

31. Transfer and Assignment

32. Communication

33. Cash Out

33.2BetBright reserve the right to remove the Cash Out facility from customer accounts without prior notice. In this circumstance you may still see references to Cash Out on the site but will not be able to Cash Out.

Comments: Cash-out features can never be 100% relied upon as a punter, but to be honest you should only lay bets you’re confident can win, and should never be thinking before you place the bet that you will certainly cash-out – this is just bad strategy. Cash-out is merely an insurance policy if things aren’t going well. BetBright is stating here that in some instances where cash-out was advertised on a market, it may become unavailable whilst in-play.