We shouldn't gloss over the issue of bookmakers restricting the accounts of winning punters. It's easy to say the problem doesn't exist, but it does.
I found this article posted recently by Paul Ruffy at Betting Profits Bulletin which gives some valuable advice on avoiding account closures and restrictions.
Paul starts his article by explaining a little about his own betting advisory service. But forgive the self-promotion (by the way, Paul's service has received many a positive comment by the Secret Betting Club), and read on and you'll soon get to the advice in question.
Even for the punter that is just starting out and betting in the £5 to £25 range its important to take steps to safeguard accounts the best you can, from an early stage.
But how many tips services can actually say that the main reason people stop subscribing is because bookmakers no longer want their subscribers business?
Have you had your accounts restricted in the past, or closed completely?