Aka Agent-Book.com, aka 3FHI.com, aka we’re not even sure who they are anymore!

It isn’t probably a good thing to kick off your process of reviewing a PPH site by finding out that the website in question is not even the “real” website to review.

BWager.com looks cheap, looks clumsily put together and much worse than that, they’re not even who they claim to be.

Throughout our brief site review, we quickly discovered that their actual PPH services stem from a domain with the name of Agent-Book.com. What is Agent-Book.com? We have no clear idea. We only know that it’s kept popping up a lot in our searches recently, and their endeavors are also of very recent dating, though they claim they have over 50 years of “combined” experience.

At $5 per head, BWager comes in too cheaply to a market that is increasingly looking to raise its value, so take their services with a HUGE grain of salt. We found just too many issues with their presentation and available information throughout our investigation, so we’re only giving them a 35-points score, for a tragically-poor first look.

Our Suggestion? – Stay Away! We can’t believe a PPH website developed only this year could still look like a Geocities site from waaaay back in the day.

/100

Total Score
Price /15 Points
Promos /10 Points
Agent Admin /15 Points
Sportsbook /15 Points
Casino /10 Points
Horses /5 Points
Call Center /10 Points
Payment Methods /5 Points
Mobile Friendliness /15 Points

PPH REVIEW DETAILS

Price 7/15 Points

They claim it’s $5 per head, and that would cover every service available, consisting of all the usual product offerings in generic PPH websites. There isn’t any trace of different price packaging for those players who possess varying sizes of customer bases. Probably only worth the try if you have a humongous list of very active players.

Promos 2/10 Points

Here’s a conundrum: BWager promotes a 2-week free trial, no deposit needed.

Sounds fantastic but also terribly shady. Sure they can present a decent front to the bookie hopefuls for a full two weeks; after all, throughout the first two weeks you will hardly find the need to process payouts or engage in other complicated procedures, so you might not even notice, but more often than not, the more important aspects about a PPH service cannot really be found out in only a fortnight.

There’s no mention of any other promotions.

Agent Admin 5/15 Points

BWager.com claims to offer “detailed reporting” and other useful player management tools, and so claims everyone else. It seems like they allow some type of interface changes to the agent’s PPH site, though we’re not sure since all it said is “flexible design.” Design of what? – Don’t know.

There isn’t either an option to test their management tool before signing up, but we suppose that’s because they allegedly let agents check out the experience for free via the 2-week trial.

If you do choose to try them, don’t forget to let us know how it went.

Sportsbook 7/15 Points

Same ole’ story: Lots of sports odds, horse and hound betting, live betting, mobile betting and some likeness of a prop-building tool, though we didn’t get to see how any of these looked or worked. They did say they offer European-styled betting and Asian handicap for soccer, which is always a decent thing to provide to more international sports fans.

Casino 4/10 Points

The basic menu listings showed all the typical virtual casino games, though we failed to find any actual footage of the games themselves, or any names of available casino game developers from their game portfolio. They did mention they feature live versions of Blackjack and Baccarat.

Horses 2/5 Points

The horses section of BWager.com had just as little practical information as the rest of the site. The available scribbles said that they offer all major US tracks and that all events are automatically imported into your horses platform in order to save you time in fixing up the betting card for your players. Everyone else also has that; it’s kind of a “given.”

Call Center 2/10 Points

“Multilingual Services” they claim.

What Languages? – We don’t know. English is expected, as BWager’s poorly redacted content is also in English, but since these folks are based out from Cebu in the Philippines, we’re thinking they probably employ someone who speaks standard Chinese, and maybe some Spanish speakers as well. They don’t seem to have any kind of a Live Chat, and a contact phone number we found appears to belong to a mobile line in Costa Rica. Really?

Payment Methods 1/5 Points

BWager claims to feature several convenient payment methods, but strangely enough, there isn’t a single detail about any actual deposit or payment options available at the moment. Their headquarters being located at Cebu in the Philippines also raises some serious concern, as the destination has been known for over a decade as a hotspot for the laundering of funds coming from wretchedly illegal betting operations.

Mobile Friendliness 5/15 Points

BWager.com claims to be mobile-friendly, and that they provide bookies with all the mobile-rendered tools to better manage their players. Just like with every other site aspect, the information was very limited and there was no actual mobile services footage to be found anywhere.