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Is online sports betting on sites like bodog legal in North Carolina?

I live in North Carolina and I want to start betting on sports. I'm just trying to calculate out if it is legal and if not what the punishment would be if it was continued even though I know it is highly unlikely that it has been continued.

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  1. crushalot22 Says:

    It is legal because the site operates off shore. You are making transactions over internet. Be careful who you deposit money with. I hear a lot of people have trouble collecting from some sites because of the fact they are offshore. No one can really help you here if someone tries to screw you… You can do this legally, though.

  2. King Cobra Says:

    It’s a matter of dispute whether it’s legal however the government hasn’t ever gone after individual bettors and there’s millions of them in the U.S. The issue isn’t so much whether it’s legal or not – it is in Nevada clearly for instance – it’s the government’s wanting to get a cut of the action and offshore companies aren’t subject to U.S. law.

    I wouldn’t touch Bodog with a 10 foot pole these days as they are having extreme issues with payouts. Payouts are challenging for everyone these days – you get your money but it’s a matter of how long you have to wait. The best sportsbooks don’t take U.S. players anymore and my top recommendation these days is Sportsbook.com (http://affiliates.commissionaccount.com/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag=a_7136b_126 which will give you good odds and decent payouts. You can also play at one of the softest poker rooms on the net out of the same account which can be a big bonus.

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  3. Potsie Says:

    There has never been a prosecution or arrest of any American for online gambling! It’s not illegal to bet online with an off-shore sportsbook! There is NO federal law that makes the act of wagering online illegal. The only federal law that addresses gambling is the wire act from the 1960’s which makes it illegal to place wagers via the telephone. The US government passed a port security law and tacked on provisions (UIGEA) that make it illegal for BANKS, not players, to fund or accept payment from gaming sources. The only problem (for the govt) is that there are dozens of third party methods available for funding and no way to trace ACH credits. In other words, the new provisions are only for show and the end result is a waste of ink. I still use my VISA check card and e-check on my favorite sites. Online gaming will be impossible to completely eliminate from the US. The best they can do is make it inconvenient. Eventually I see the industry being regulated and taxed…heavily!

    The only states with laws directed towards online wagering are Michigan, Illinois, Louisiana, Oregon, Wisconsin, Washington, Indiana, Nevada, New York, New Jersey and South Dakota. Although these states do have specific laws pertaining to online gaming, there has not been any charges laid.

    Some sites have decided, on their own, to no longer accept American players. These are the publicly traded companies and most have returned to private owners. There are still many highly reputable sites that welcome and cater to American clients.

    Bodog is a really unreliable site for Americans especially. I know people who have been waiting for months for their payouts. For the best online sportsbooks be sure to use a GPWA approved gaming portal like This will ensure that you are using a reviews site that is independent of the recommended sites. See the reviews at the link above for recommendations of the top sportsbooks. Whether you prefer a large sign up bonus, lots of props, low/high betting limits, or free payouts, you’ll find the site that fits your needs. You will also find free daily sports picks, betting tips, up to the minute odds and more. Good luck!

  4. Jacques Strappe Says:

    It’s not illegal to gamble online in North Carolina, but it would be a crime to yourself to open an account with Bodog! There are a handful of trusted sites serving AMERICANS in the online sportsbook world. The bulk of them are listed at where each site reviewed is known for longevity in the business, customer service, and fast payouts. The site linked also has great articles pertaining to secure deposit/withdrawal methods, free sports picks, and even online poker tips. Hope this helps.

  5. GamblingMaster Says:

    Bodog sux man 🙂
    Its not illegal to play online, you can play at USA welcome sites such as the ones listed at
    Intertops is the best because it unites sportsbook, poker and casino.

  6. Libby | online sportsbooks Says:

    It’s not illegal to gamble online; however there are a lot better sites to play on. I’ve Bodog has had a lot of trouble and it takes awhile for any payout to occur. Keep your money and play with a site that is more American friendly.

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