This project is basic data entry. Ideally, the person who takes this job would be familiar with sports betting and its associated vernacular/terms: risk amount, odds, types of bets. At [url removed, login to view], people keep track of their betting records in individual threads. What you would be doing is taking that information and inputting it into our bet-tracking system. Each user will have his own thread, where he keeps track of the bets that he makes during the season and his win/loss record for the season. For instance, this thread found on that page: [url removed, login to view] With this thread, you would record his one bet so far into our system, which would then show him as 0-1. You would need to verify his 0-1 record in our system vs the 0-1 record he has for himself. You would also need to verify the -3.3 units in our system with the -3.3 units that he has recorded for himself. Records will need to be 100% accurate. You will need to verify that the bets you recorded for each user correspond to the bets that the user recorded for himself and that the win/loss record that a user posts for himself is the same as what is being recorded in our system. Usually, there are around 30-40 users for the NFL and 30-40 users for NCAAF, to give you an idea of how many users you would need to keep track of. Since football season is long, I would be paying you in monthly increments. This project would last through January for a total of 6 months, so whatever your bid is, I will pay you 1/6 of that every month. When bidding, please state if you know anything about sports betting - what terms you know, if you know what teams belong to what league, things like that.
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