McBookie appears to have ditched Jenningsbet (not the first to do so) and is now being powered by Victor Chandler.
my experience about them.
i have account there long time but to be honest never used them, only one time some years ago.
i made deposit with credit card.
when i withdraw money appeared on my card back in 3 working day.
these days i made deposit by moneybookers. won some money. they have some good odds on under/over market, sometimes even better than pinny.(always better than bet365)
BetVictor has a <a href="http://banners.victor.com/processing/clickthrgh.asp?btag=a_791b_6670">pr... offer</a> to bet on the Grand National 2013 Antepost market and if your horse is a non-runner they will refund the losing stake as a free bet (up to £50 per horse and £100 per customer).
Is there any other bookmaker with similar non-runner free bet offers for the Grand National?
There is a ugly side to gambling which the bookmakers have successfully kept well hidden form the public at large. Increasingly common and at odds with the proliferation of TV ads urging US to 'BET NAW". Yes, it is the restricted account.
If you have been around for a while and won a lot of money off a bookmaker you may expect to have your account closed. Maybe a nice letter telling your account is not 'econmically viable' and that it will be closed. A badge of honour and that was the way thing used to work, but not anymore.