Matched Betting (when done correctly) is a low-risk way of utilising your own hard earned cash to access free offers from bookmakers and then maximise (again in a low-risk way) the amount of the bookmakers free cash that you are able to keep.
Matched Betting can be started with funds of as little as £50 of your own money (assuming you start on Bookmakers £10 free bets, which is recommended).
It is not rocket science but does require you to have some understanding of maths and the ability to use simple spreadsheets.
It is also most important that you invest your own time in understanding the basics of Matched Betting.
I thought I would share this with anyone who is interested. I am quite experienced at it and can answer most questions. My source for info was Moneysavingexpert.com but the information is freely available on lots of sites.
If reading and understanding you want some advice let me know before you start and I will give some do's and don'ts before you start and answer any questions. But it is important that you invest the time understating a little rather than questions like 'How do I do it?' I am on here most days.
Are you working for a MB company? Post about it quite frequently.
I am not sure what a MB company is. I guess you mean something like Profit Accumalator. MB companies were not around when I did it. I am not to sure what they do as I have never joined one as I think you have to pay money to them to join. I think they tell you how to place mug bets to fool the bookmakers into thinking you are a mug bettor therefore you keep receiving free bets and it makes it more sustainable.
When I did it I just accepted that I would eventually get banned by a bookmaker and just move on to the next one. Subsequently my way of doing it does have a shelf life. My shelf life was ten months at which point I was making £4 a week, I then decided to call it a day.