DMU entrepreneur launches charitable betting business

By Ollie Churm

DMU student has today announced that his company ‘FMT’, which specialises in giving football betting advice, will be setting up a new platform giving a helping hand to homeless people in Leicester.

Cameron Ghag, 19, a DMU engineering student, has been giving betting advice on twitter under his brand FMT for six months and has gained over 1,500 followers.

He plans to set up a new platform where people can invest £10 into his company and he will use this money to gain both parties money and use some profits to give food and clothing to homeless people in Leicester.

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Cameron said he would rather do the charitable work himself rather than give it to other charities, he said: “I don’t trust other charities to do it, I prefer to do it myself because that way I know exactly where my money is going and I can make sure it’s making a difference.”

Cameron admitted that betting has some risk and accepts he is not always going to win.

However, he claims that there is over a 90 per cent chance of winning by using his tactics and with these odds, he wanted to start his business straight away.

“Saying you’ll start tomorrow is just an excuse, so I decided to just go ahead and get started right now,” he said.

The charity aspect came after Cameron read a book called “the paradox of generosity” from which he says he learnt that by doing positive things, you will receive positive things in return.

He said: “If you give out positive energy the energy will find the perfect time to come back to you, whether it be in a week or a year.”

His ambition doesn’t stop there, he wants to make a platform that isn’t necessarily just for betting, but also having a social aspect, where people can talk about all sporting opinions.

You can find Cameron on Twitter at @InplayFMT

 

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