It’s not unusual to find pay-per-head websites featuring a few tech/site design problems popping up occasionally here and there, but, WagerHome’s incomplete home page -as last assessed at the very moment of creating this review- truly surprised us. We even wondered if the site owners even realized the error before releasing the site online. In any case, this odd home-page mishap resulted in something of a premonition for us, in terms of WagerHome’s actual products and service: Overall, a half-baked PPH experience.
Overall, we gave Wagerhome.com a 55 out of 100. It’s hard to figure out why this is not one of the low value pay per head sports betting platforms, given that there is such little information available about their offerings available. If they go back and finish filling out their website, so that you know what all is available, then the pricing structure might make some sense!
At $9/$12 per active betting client per week, you should get premium level offerings for all of the features, and it’s not clear that you do.