That's absolutely fine, follow this link to The Gambling TImes guide to turning off iesnare. Maybe you'd be interested in turning a hobby into money though? In which case you might want to read up on matched betting and see if it's of interest to you.
If you're still reading, then you might be wondering what else iesnare is doing, and why we'd be posting on it here. Well we're interested in it from the point of view of bookmakers sharing information. There's nothing against signing up for multiple bookmakers in their terms and conditions, but they don't want customers doing it as they could then seek out the best prices and value in the market, and that hits bookmaker profits.
So regardless of why you arrived at this site, you need to turn off and block iesnare, it does you no good, but it could do you harm.
Coming here and using the link the turn off instructions will do you some good, but it could be brilliant for you financially if you just stick around and read up on what we're doing here and how it can make you some money.