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1 Why do I have to register?

You have to register with Bet3000 to have access to our complete online offering. When registering, you open a free, non-binding customer account. Selecting a unique username and password guarantees absolute security. Your login data enables you to make fast and secure deposits and withdrawals at Bet3000, and change your settings or contact data if necessary. All your data will be securely stored…

2 Why must I confirm my email address?

When you register or add an email address to your account, it is absolutely necessary that you indicate a valid email address. Your betting account can otherwise not be activated and you will be unable to make deposits or place bets. This procedure is exclusively for your security and is also a condition of the Maltese Gaming Authority MGA. It aims to ensure that only the customer who is registered…

3 Why do I have to provide personal data when registering?

Every customer that wants to register at Bet3000 must enter his/her correct personal data for legal reasons. Without this information, we cannot allow you to use our offering. When registering, you must enter your name, your date of birth, your address and a valid email address. By entering your data of birth, you are confirming that you have reached the minimum age (18) required to use our offering.…

4 How can I register?

1. Click on the orange button REGISTER NOW at the top right-hand side of the page. 2. Complete the registration form and then click on SEND . Don’t forget to confirm that you have read the General Terms and Conditions first. Note: your password must be at least eight (8) characters long and must begin with a letter. It must not be the same as your username.

5 Why can’t I register? / error messages/ data rejected

If you have forgotten your login data (username/password), please contact our customer service team who will be happy to help. Here is a list of all possible sources of error to help you resolve incorrect or missing entries: Make sure that you entered the same password twice. Please enter a ZIP code. Please select a country. Please enter your last name. Please enter a valid password. Note: your password…

6 How is my data protected?

Bet3000 treats your data as highly confidential and uses all the latest technological security measures to protect it. A firewall blocks unauthorized access to data. Our software also operates with digital Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption to protect the details of all online transactions from third-party access. This is the Internet security standard for online transactions and is used by all…

7 Do I have to make a desposit when I register?

No, there is absolutely no obligation to make a deposit when you open your customer account. However, you must have sufficient credit in your account, if you wish to use the Bet3000 sportsbook immediately after registration. You have up to three months to make your first deposit after opening your account. Bet3000 may close the unused account if no deposit has been made by the end of this period.…

8 Does registering with Bet3000 involve any obligations?

No. Opening a customer account is non-binding, and there is no obligation to make regular payments or place a minimum number of bets. You are only bound by our General Terms and Conditions (GTC).

9 How can I check whether my registration was successful?

You will receive immediate email confirmation that your account has been successfully created once you have completed the registration process.

10 Why is my password rejected during registration?

a) According to state regulations, passwords should be particularly secure for Internet offerings involving money transactions. As a simple password such as your spouse’s or child’s name along with a date of birth can be easily guessed, the following guidelines should be observed: The password must be at least eight (8) characters long and must begin with a letter. The following characters are…

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