On first look, PerHeadZone.com doesn’t appear all that bad at all: The color scheme doesn’t hurt your eyes on the get-go, nor does it raise any instant flags in terms of price costs or services, but the reason we think it a bit on the bad side is because PerHeadZone’s website says very little (if anything at all) about its product offer; instead of showcasing available specials or exclusive deals, they chose to shower us with some vague notions and lots of pretty fluff… but that is about it. Most of the stuff they DO openly advertise consists of the exact same set of products that every other pay-her-head provider features in their basic package.
Overall, we gave PerHeadZone.com a 33 out of 100. It is one thing for a pay per head sportsbook platform at the value end of the pricing spectrum to be a little vague about what it offers. However, PerHeadZone.com charges well toward the higher end ($9 or $10 per betting client per week) – and tells you basically nothing about what you can expect to offer your clients. For now, I would look elsewhere.